Woodland Ultra Half

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  • 10KM Category of Ultra Half – The World’s Highest Race.

    ROUTE DETAILS

    Starting Line

    The race starts from the fabled Kibber Village in Himachal Pradesh. Which is also one of the highest villages in the world accessible by a motorable road.

    Turnaround Point

    The turnaround point on the 10KM race is the basecamp of Kanamo peak.

    Finish Line

    The race ends in Kibber village itself.

    Race Distance

    The total race distance is 10 Kms.

    Weather

    Temperatures during the race may vary between 10′ Celsius to -5′ Celsius.

    Aid Stations

    Well stocked aid stations and volunteers are placed evenly throughout the course.

    Complete with water, carb dense, high sugar, salt based offerings and even first aid and professional help.

    Risk & Safety

    UIAA Certified Himalayan Alpine Guide and Wilderness First Responder Pranav Rawat is also the Chief Risk and Safety Officer on the race.

    Heading a team of dedicated rescuers deployed on the course, Pranav makes sure everyone stays out of harm’s way.

    How To Train

    All registered participants will get a custom training plan to prepare for the race, designed by Kieren D’Souza.

    What’s more? An exclusive invite to a trail running camp preceding the race, hosted by Kieren himself.

    How To Reach

    By Air:

    1. Nearest Major Airports are New Delhi and Chandigarh.

    2. Nearest Minor Airports are Shimla and Kullu.

    By Road:

    1. New Delhi to Kibber Via Manali (bus) 18 hrs.

    2. New Delhi to Kibber Via Shimla (bus) 13 hrs.

    Categories:

     

    Category Name Distance Start Time Fee in Rs.
    10K Ultra Half 10K 06:00AM 2000

     

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