It's a journey that Google Maps describes as a 262-minute drive, a 20-hour cycle and a 67-hour continuous walk but Amy Lamprecht is giving Dover to Devonport a red-hot crack in under six days.
The Launceston athlete is no stranger to mammoth runs, winning the Ultra-Trail Australia 100 in New South Wales earlier this year with an average speed of 9.04km/h and is just wanting to enjoy the experience with this one.
"It's been on my list for quite a while and we just decided that we have the time now and now seemed like a good time to go and get it done so that was it," Lamprecht said.
ELSEWHERE IN SPORT
"It was a good time of year, we had a free five days.
"It's just different I suppose, it's longer that anything I've ever done but I wouldn't necessarily say harder.
"It's not a race so I will be definitely trying to take my time a little bit and make it as enjoyable as possible as opposed to trying to rush through."
[It's] a use it or lose it kind of thing so hopefully it encourages more people to get out and use it.Amy Lamprecht
Heading off on October 15 and following along the 480-km Tasmanian Trail which runs through the middle of the state, Lamprecht described the lack of sleep as her hardest obstacle but will have a crew of supporters cheering her on.
"My partner [Launceston marathon race director, John Claridge] and my son will come and drive, run and ride alongside me throughout the whole time.
"I also have a few friends [Lynnda Coffey and Paul Wright] who seem really keen to come and help in certain spots."
Sharing the experience with Claridge, who is no stranger to distance running, Lamprecht hopes it might scratch his itch to complete the journey himself.
"It's something that Jono has wanted to do as well because he's not had time to train for it.
"So I think for him, seeing the trail first up in one stretch and seeing how I tackle it will determine how he goes about it if he decides he still wants to do it himself."
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