Creating a Rambling team is easy, as long as you have 4 people you are good to go.

Think "The Generation Game meets Country Calendar".

The team with the most practical nous and good speed will be our Ramble winners.

Town v Country

Just to add an extra bit of competitive bite - when you register for The 4 Legged you will need to enter as either a Town or Country team.

Exact cource distances to be confirmed (as Mother Nature may play havoc), but it will look something like this:

Sat 1 April 2017


8km, all of road stunning bush tracks.

Starting at The 4 Legged Base Camp over the back of the magnificent Woodlands Stud you will walk an 8km course completing a number of challenges along the way. Your time to complete the 8km walk makes up part of your final score along with points for completing each challenge. Then under the watchful gaze of EVERYONE else at The 4 Legged you will complete some final challenges. These scores combined will determine our Champion Rambling Team.

Entry Information

Team Entry


Individual Entry


Here's one final, yet fantastic, reason why you should join us ...

Every dollar of your 4 Legged entry goes to the Painga Project.

We are so grateful that our community, competitors, and sponsors give their time, energy, and support to the 4 Legged, knowing that everything we raise goes to the Painga Project.

Painga simply means ‘well-being’. With the Painga Project, we are focused on the health and well-being of students, families and their communities in low decile South Auckland primary and intermediate schools.

We start at primary and intermediate level because childhood inequality begins at the school gate and it should not become a life sentence. We strive to reduce inequality by supporting and creating innovative programmes early in a student’s education. All students deserve to be able to see what their future can be. This is the age when students either step forward into further education or fall back into a life of hardship and poverty.

While there are many interventions and programmes available for secondary schools, we were drawn to the stark realisation that for many primary and intermediate aged students there are very few enabling opportunities available to them. Without a glimpse into what their future can be, there is a real risk that these students completely disengage with education and are lost to themselves, their families and our communities.