Frequently Asked Questions

What happens if my team members change last minute?

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Any last minute changes need to be made and agreed with the Event Manager. 

What happens if I am driving a different car to the one I’ve registered for parking?

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National Park Passes are organised for the registration provided. These registrations will be confirmed with you 2 weeks before the event. Please ensure you provide the correct information or you may have to purchase your own National Parks Pass.

Can I add another car to register for parking?

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Yes but please do let us know by 17th January

Can we get medical assistance on the mountain?

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Yes.We have an ambulance with 2 paramedics on the mountain.At every check point we have a registered nurse. We also have a team of physiotherapists. 

What happens if we’re not climbing at the rate needed to complete the climb?

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This is the 9th year of the Krazy Kosci Klimb and while challenging, we have previously always made sure that everyone is safely off the mountain well before 5pm.

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

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The Krazy Kosci Klimb is a journey that commences five months prior to the event. During this time we hold two team support meetings to assist you in getting ready for the challenge.

The two meetings will be held at the Cerebral Palsy Alliance head office at Allambie Heights and it is expected that all teams attend both of these meetings.

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 support in helping you with your fundraising.

There will be regular emails from the event team and there is an event manager that you can contact during business hours, should you have any questions or need assistance.

How much am I expected to fundraise?

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Fundraising is part of the challenge and you will be raising money to enable the event and in support of the Sports Program at Cerebral Palsy Alliance. 

Every participant and team are set a nominal goal and is able to change this themselves based on what is achievable. 

We appreciate your support and without your fundraising this event would not be possible. Aim high!

What if we are late for the start time?

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It is very important you leave the accommodation in Jindabyne in plenty of time to arrive at Charlotte Pass to park and be ready to climb at your allocated start time. If you are running late please SMS Events Team.

When will I know my allocated start time?

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This will be communicated to you onsite when you arrive at the Sport & Recreation Centre in Jindabyne. Teams will leave between 7am-8.15am on Saturday 10th February 2024.

Can I bring an extra family/team member?

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If you would like to bring an extra family member or team member over and above the team limit you can put in a request to the Event Manager.  Availability is dependent on venue capacity. There may be a cost for extra members. 

If you have any questions please contact the Events Manager.

Who do I contact if I have more questions?

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If you have any questions or would like more information please contact our Krazy Kosci Klimb Event Manager, Mary via:

Email: or 

Or fill in the online form here

Can I bring my RaceRunner Running Bike or other walking aid to use on the mountain?

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You are more than welcome to bring a race runner or other walking aid however they are not suitable for a lot of the climb due to the terrain. Often participants have used it over the start & finish line. Can be left at basecamp and we’d have it ready for the last finish line leg.

Can I use my own wheelchair?

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Electric wheelchairs are not permitted on the mountain and standard ones are not suitable. If you have indicated that you will require a wheelchair, we will provide you with an all-terrain wheelchair. This will be available from November 2023.