There will be possibilities of weather extreme changing. You probably will be experiencing heavy rain and temperature variation during day and night time, approximately 21 degree Celsius at day time and 10 degree Celsius at night time. Also beware of hypothermia or heatstroke. Listen to your body!
For your information, 170K, 100K and 70K categories will be starting the race at night time/very early morning. The temperature is approximately 10-12 degree Celsius (with possibility of rain). At the first 7 Km you will be facing the first challenge: The Puncak/Peak of B-29 (2,550 masl), the first water station (W1). Start from 2,000 masl, you have to climb 550 meter to get there.
So it is important for you to have enough rest and acclimatization before the race to prevent from fatigue and breath difficulties caused by deprivation of oxygen supply (hypoxia). This could be dangerous situation for you, please come at least 1X24 hours before the race.
For your own safety, please read carefully the rules and regulations and also the mandatory gear section. This year we are adding “Flashing Reflector Light” as a mandatory gear to put on your backpack. Gear your self up!
- Refusing inspection of mandatory gears.
- Refusing to obey the orders of race control officers, race officers, head of post, doctors or rescue volunteers.
- Continuing to run after cut off time.
- Missing or losing BIB.
- Throwing garbage (intentionally) by participants.
- Not respecting people (organizers staff or other participants).
- Receive assistance from friends or family during the race.
- Cannot show mandatory gears when being randomly checked in the track.
- Cheating (using transportation, using substitute runners, and other unlawful actions).
- Using shortcuts.
- Using someone else’s bib.
Banned 1 Event:
- Using someone else’s BIB.
- Not reporting to race central when deciding DNF or passing COT.
Consuming doping or other prohibited drugs
We urge to all participants to have enough rest time and acclimatization at least 24 hours before the race start—we talked about 2,400 meters above sea level. Love and respect your body!