By applying to participate in the Pioneer Challenge all participants agree to be bound by the terms, conditions and rules of the Pioneer Challenge including the following:
The challenge period will run 1 July 2020 - 30 Jun 2021
Teams of one to five participants may enter
Teams may take part on one day, or over several days, within the challenge period
All members of the public, including Rotarians, are entitled to enter
Each team is required to nominate a start town and an end town along Route 120
The start town and end town shall be at least three towns apart
Each team is required to pay the entry fee, to participate
Each team will randomly be allocated three pioneers in three towns
A team shall
Photograph the headstones of its allocated pioneers
Ensure that he pioneer's name on the headstone is readable in the photograph
Upload the photograph and a comment about the pioneer's life to the Pioneer Challenge website
Photograph something else they find interesting in each town
Upload one photograph of each town, in addition to the photographs of the pioneers' headstones, to the Pioneer Challenge website
Upload their answers to the town quiz and a short note on what they like about the town to the Pioneer Challenge website
Team members may work together, or may divide the tasks between themselves.
Prize draws will be conducted at the end of each month and at the end of the challenge.
To be eligible for a monthly prize draw, each team is required to have signed off its challenge as complete during the previous month, met the criteria listed above and answered the questions correctly.
A grand prize draw will be conducted at the end of the challenge.
Teams eligible for any monthly draw will be eligible for the grand prize draw.
The winning team in each prize draw will be notified by email, and on the website.
Prizes that are unclaimed after 60 days will be returned to the prize pool.
Any action, photograph or material that is disrespectful to a pioneer will cause the team to be disqualified.
The decision of the judges is final and there is no right of objection to any decision.