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29 Jul 2018 - 27 Jul 2019

Monterosa Est Himalayan Trail 27.07.2019

The true focus of the Monterosa EST Himalayan Trail will be the MEHT Village, the nerve center of the event with all the Race Services, the relay exchange area and the post-race Pasta Party. The MEHT Village will be the focal point of the event, where all the participants will pick up their race bib; it will be the meeting point where you can exchange opinions with other participants and professionals. The MEHT Village will host an exhibition area dedicated to the partners of the event and to companies that will exhibit products from the sector.
23 Aug 2018 - 17 Aug 2019

La Ultra - The High

In 72 hours and 333 Km in length, La Ultra – The High takes you over three 17,500 ft +. high mountain passes of Ladakh a massive cold desert, part of The Great Himalayan mountain range in India. The region is as brutal as its is beautiful. It can make you experience 40 degree C heat and take you to Minus 12 C cold in matter of 6 hours. Oxygen levels are 50 % of what you breath at sea level. You will touch altitudes of 17,500 feet 3 times in the 333 Km category, 2 times in 222 Km & once in the 111 Km category.This is redefining the limits of human endurance, mental & physical. Only a few in the world of ultra running dare to take up this challenge. In the past 7 years, 76 runners from 24 different countries have participated and 41 have finished.You can now also take part in a team relay format. A team of 3 can run the 111 Km distance in 20 hours in a total of 6 stages. This makes 2 stages per runner. We have added a shorter category of 55 Km as a 10th anniversary special for next year. Here are the details Distance - 55 KmsDate - 19th Aug, 8:00 Am startTime Limit - 11 hrs Reg. Fee - Rs. 8,000 (+ 5 % GST)Qualifying criteria - Should have done a marathon between Jan-May 2019
30 Sep 2018 - 06 Oct 2019

Solang SkyUltra

Since India has an easy access to the Himalayas, The Hell Race brings a new sport for the Indian running community. If you are bored of running regular city runs without a view, Solang SkyUltra is for you.It will be a run in the mountains above ~2000m altitude. The climbing difficulty does not exceed second-degree grade & incline is over 30%. 360° view of the Himalayas with crazy climbs and terrains to run on.A wild story of human endeavor and sheer willpower.
06 Oct 2018 - 05 Oct 2019

Ultra Madeira

The concept of ULTRA MADEIRA is simple... Cross the Island, quickly unifying both ends west and east, with mandatory passage at the mountain massifs, a challenge for anyone how love the sport.The start of the race will be at the most western point of Madeira, at Ponta do Pargo Lighthouse (290m) - Local heritage site - His light will guide the athletes to the long way up until the Forest Park of Fonte do Bispo (10,3km) where the first checkpoint is located, at the beggining of the Paul da Serra plateau.Then runners will follow in alternate ground between roads, singletracks and dirt roads, along the plateau. The next checkpoint its on the other end of the plateau, at the Bica da Cana shelter house (28km). From here runners get down towards Encumeada, in the middle of a luxurious laurel forest (Unesco Heritage) along the PR17, part of the Nature 2000 Network. At the Rocha do Passinho runners will find 900 downhill steps, a trademark of this path!After Encumeada checkpoint (37,3km), we get inside the real mountain massif, along side with the PR1.3, towards the highest peak of the island, Pico Ruivo (1861m). With good weather runners will find magnificentlandscapes for both north and south of the island, specially to the Nun's Valley and Serra D'Água in the south, and the São Vicente valley to the north side. Along this trail its possible to look at caves dug by hand, used in thepast for protection in case of bad weather (in the past this trail was used on a daily basis to connect the north to the south (São Vicente to Funchal).After the Pico Ruivo checkpoint (47,41km), we follow along the PR1 towards the 3rd highest peak of Madeira, Pico do Areeiro (1818m), one of the most challenge trail in the island and one of the most used by thevisitors, with the mix of grounds that we find, from tunnels, "via ferrata" steps, rock steps, viewpoints, floating trails, endless climbs... well, a coecktail of views and emotions that runners will keep in their minds forever!After getting to Pico Areeiro checkpoint (51,8km), we get to the eastern mountain massif, mostly downhill part, passing by the "Poço da Neve", where in the past ice was keeped, and then carried by mens to Funchal, to use in the hospital and hotels, the crossing the Casa do Areeiro shelter, Chão da lagoa, and then the next checkpoint, Poiso (58,6km)We took again the way down, with views to the north of Madeira (Porto da Cruz and Santana) and quickly get to the next checkpoint, Portela (67,4km), before getting some beautiful dirt roads and singletracks towards to Casa das Funduras shelter (73km), the second to last checkpoint, where its possible to birdwatch along the magic forest surrounding at the Funduras forest.Taking, again, another downhill section that will take us to the Levada do Caniçal (water channel for irrigation), with breathtaking views to Machico valley. The last checkpoint is located at the entrance to Pico do Facho (80,8km), before the final descent to the fisherman's village of Caniçal, along a singletrail that goes along old agriculture fields, with the blue of the atlantic Ocean on our right side, and in front, the Ponta de São Lourenço,the Eastern point of Madeira Island. At the end of the descent, a old hand-made stone bridge indicates that you are almost at the finish line. A final run at the promenade, by the sea, and runners will find the Whale Museum (85,1km), and the journey is done! Its important to leave just footsteps behind you!
27 Jul 2019

Krkonošský maratón na Snežku - Riesengebirgs Marathon

2015 will be the 14th edition of the Giant Mountains CANNONDALE marathon held in the beautiful surroundings of the Giant Mountains region.
28 Jul 2019

Curinga Marathon 50km

AVIS CURINGA ATHLETICSPRESENTS THE "CURINGHESE SETTEBELLO"Seven days of sport, culture and entertainment
03 Aug 2019

Devil o' the Highlands Footrace

A 42 mile point-to-point ultramarathon along the West Highland Way trail, through the Highlands of Scotland, from Tyndrum to Fort William.
03 Aug 2019

Canadian Death Race

The Canadian Death Race takes place every August Long Weekend in Grande Cache, Alberta, Canada. This year, Adult Race Day is in July.Since the start of the millennium, elite racers have come to the Canadian Rockies to cheat Death in one of the world's toughest adventure races. The 125 km course begins and ends on a 4200 foot plateau, passes over three mountain summits and includes over 17,000 feet of elevation change and a major river crossing at the spectacular Hell's Gate canyon at the confluence of the Smoky and Sulphur Rivers. Extreme athletes, individually and in relays, push themselves to the limits of their endurance against the breathtaking background of the Canadian Rocky Mountains. Each year, well-trained and totally committed, they battle heat, cold, altitude and themselves. Finishing is the prize. And the bragging rights are priceless.