16-18 February 2018
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Frequently Asked Questions

How many people can I have on my team?

Each team is made of approx. 10 people. This includes yourself, your family and the four employees from your team sponsor. For every lead participant, we allow for up to four family or friends to join them.


How much does it cost to participate?

For the lead participants and their families there is no cost. All your costs are covered by the corporate sponsors.


How much is it to sponsor a team?

Each team sponsorship package is $5,000 plus GST. This covers the cost of all members of the sponsored family to attend the event, as well as four of your companies’ employees – covering accommodation, all meals and drinks as well as a share of operational costs to stage the event.


What support will be provide in the lead up to the event?

The Krazy Kosci Klimb is a journey that commences five months prior to the event. During this time we hold three team support meetings to assist you in getting ready for the challenge.
In addition to a comprehensive overview of the event and what you can expect, we will provide you with training tips on getting fit and ready to take on the challenge, as well as loads of support in helping you with your fundraising.
There will be regular emails from the planning team and an event manager that you can contact at any time, should have questions or need assistance.


How much am I expected to fundraise?

Fundraising is not compulsory, however the Krazy Kosci Klimb is a challenge event and part of the challenge is to raise funds in support of Cerebral Palsy Alliance.
Every participant is set a nominal goal of $1500, with each team raising between $8000 and $9500 on average.


I have an electric wheelchair – can I participate?

Yes – by all means, you can participate, however for safety reasons electric wheelchairs are not permitted on the summit track.
We can arrange for an alternate manual wheelchair to be made available for you to participate.


Will my manual wheelchair be ok on the dirt track?

From our experience most manual wheelchairs are fine, with some modifications. Prior to the event our team will assess your manual wheelchair and advise on what modifications are required eg: arranging for mountain bike tyres to be fitted.
We also have a number of ‘freewheels’ available. These act as a third front wheel, providing increased mobility and ease of handling.

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