Ultra race for experienced runners eager to test themselves on our longest trail. You
will cross the summits of Mt. Škabrijel, Sveta Gora, Mt. Korada and Mt. Sabotin.
- Distance: 58 km
- Elevation: 2864 m
- Refreshment stations: 6
- Water stations: 3
- Date: 10th October 2020
- Start: 7.00, Solkan Kayak Center
Download GPX 58 km
- 13.30 Kanal (30km / 6 hours 30 minutes)
- 17.00 Vrhovlje (45km / 10 hours) - the ridge on Mt. Sabotin will be closed and the
runners will take a bypass. Those who take a bypass cannot finish ahead of the runners who ran
on the ridge.
- 19.00 Finish line (58 km / 12 hours)
- * In case of bad weather and dangerous conditions the organiser can close the
ridge on Mt. Sabotin. Runners would have to take the bypass to avoid the ridge completely.
- 1. Race number (fully visible)
- 2. Water bottle (camel bag, bottle, soft flask etc.)
- 3. Eko cup (refreshment stations don't serve plastic cups)
- 4. Mobile phone (silent mode)
- 5. Emergency blanket
- 6. First aid kit
- 7. Wind jacket
- 8. Headlamp with spare batteries
- * Additional gear might be announced on our Facebook few days before the
- 1. Trekking poles
- 2. Energy gels (marked with runner's race number)
- until 1st July 2020: 40 €
- until 30th September 2020: 49 €
- until the day of the event: 65 €
- * If registrations are not filled up you can register on the day of the
event. In this case we cannot guarantee you will receive a gift pack.
+ General conditions
- 1. Accident insurance for participants is arranged at Zavarovalnica Sava.
- 2. Runners must stay on the official route. Each runner should be familiar with the official route and markings (GPX files are available on this website). Runners that fail to stay on the route are automatically disqualified.
- 3. On few occasions the route follows a road. In these cases participants must follow road traffic regulations.
- 4. Refreshment stations are available only to the runners with a clearly visible race number. Food and drinks served at the refreshment station must be consumed on the spot.
- 5. Trekking poles can be used on all races. (Rule 251 that replaces Rule 251 (Mountain Races) and Rule 252 (Trail Races) of the IAAF Competition Rules (NEW Rule approved by the IAAF Council in force from 1 January 2019).)
- 6. Members of GRS and other medical staff will be present in certain areas. They will stay in touch with the organisers throughout the race. Volunteers will also be present along the route's more exposed sections.
- 7. Dropping waste on the route is forbidden outside of designated areas. Failing to do so results in a disqualification of the runner. All gels and food the runner carries must be marked with the runner's number.
- 8. The race will take place in all weather conditions. In extreme cases where the participants would be in danger due to the weather the organisers can call off the race.
- 9. The participant is aware and agrees with the organisers' decision to define the event as an "extreme sport". As such it involves certain dangers and risks that may involve injuries and death.
- 10. By voluntary enrolling the participants agrees with the rules of the race as well as any changes that the organiser may carry out.
- 11. Runners younger than 18 years cannot register for the 28km and 58km races.