SA Runner Takes On 50 Laps Of The Snake Pit For Charity

One of the most testing training grounds

SA Runner Takes On 50 Laps Of The Snake Pit For Charity

On Sunday September 2, 15 year old Indiah from Adelaide will challenge her mind and body to run 50 continuous laps of the Snake Pit at Fort Largs.

The young animal activist and her 24 year old friend Tian are supporting PATS 4 Peace to help raise awareness and funds for animals in need.

They have a goal to raise $6,000 and have already collected $4,000.

PATS for Peace support charities and organisations such as SA Dog Rescue and horse rescue group Fairview Lodge.

They're also strong advocates of mental health and especially how animals can be a part of helping bring love to somebody's life.

Even the most elite athletes are challenged by the gruelling course Indiah has decided to take on, located right next to the Fort Largs Police Academy.

The Snake Pit is made up of a series of twisted paths and steep, sandy inclines earning it the reputation of one of Adelaide's more testing training grounds for those wanting to increase their endurance and fitness.

To help support Indiah's cause pledge a dollar value per lap here

Insta @canyoubeatindy
Facebook Canyoubeatindy