RACES ON FOOT
November 2-4, 2018
REGISTRATION CLOSES: October 1, 2018
THE STORY OF BHATTI LAKES:
BHATTI LAKES holds a special place in the hearts of every Globeracer. It is the first in many aspects, including being the first 100mile race of India, and also a UTMB qualifier. Many ultra runners took their first steps on their ultra running journey at Bhatti. Bhatti trail never seizes to amaze us, changing its form and appearance every year, ensuring a runner who returns to the trail has a unique experience. The trail looks and feels different during the day and night, and no matter how laps one has to run to meet their category requirement, it continue to draw the runner in, challenge the trail runner in them, and at the finish, runners, volunteers and organizes alike are looking forward to its next edition.
In 2017 we have introduced ‘The Home Loop’.
No two runs are ever the same on trails, and Bhatti Lakes’s ever changing terrain and landscape is the best example of what one experiences out on a wild trail that refuses to be tamed. True to our vision to keep you working hard on trails and no less an athlete than any other in the world, we bring to you the “Home Loop’, one that will challenge you to master trail running.
The concept of the HOME LOOP is developed keeping in mind the crazy times clocked by some of the best trail and ultra runners around the world. With Indian Ultra Runners slated to represent the country in Asian Cup and having been to Ireland recently, Globeracers, true to its commitment to the Ultra running community to keep up the challenges on home turf, brings to you the concept of a set time per loop, resetting the clock after each loop. Each 20Km loop is given 2 hours 15 minutes to complete, with a 10 minute interval between successive loops. Only those who complete the preceding loop in the set time will get to compete in the loop that follows.
Come experience this unique City Trail race that is the flagship of Globeracers and the playground of many.
SALOMON X-TRAIL BHATTI LAKES ULTRA is a UTMB point race
Cut – off times:
- 100 Kms – 16 hours
- 75 Kms – 12 hours
- 50 Kms – 8 hours
- 25 Kms – 4 hours
December 8, 2018
- 100 kilometers: December 8, 2am –December 8, 6pm
- 75 Kilometers: December 8, 2am –December 8, 2pm
- 50 Kilometers: December 8, 6am –December 8, 2pm
- 25 Kilometers: December 8, 6am –December 8, 10am
|Race Distance||Race Fees till August 14, 2018 $/ ₹||From August 15, 2018
What’s included in the fee?
- Aid-station support providing water, electrolytes, and medical aid.
- Medal and digital certificate
A participant can choose to roll-over to any of Globeracers’ races in one 12-month period following the race he or she is registered for as per the following terms.
- At 80% of the paid race fee for notifying 45 days prior to the race start.
- At 50% of the paid race fee for notifying 30 days prior to the race start.
- At 25% of the paid race fee for notifying 15 days prior to the race start.
- No roll-over within two weeks of the race.
Above and beyond the notified terms, a participant’s request to roll-over will be considered by the Race Director of the race under special circumstances such as a death or natural calamities that the participant has no control over.
For any of your requests to be considered, please write to us on this email id: firstname.lastname@example.org
We understand unavoidable circumstances can arise any time and we will do our best to consider your request. We also trust you understand that race logistics once in place cannot be withdrawn and our ability to offer you a fee roll-over becomes limited.
Please ensure you bring ample energy supplements, food, and personal medical supplies (if any are needed). You will be allowed one drop-bag at each aid station (4 for 100kms, 2 for 50kms and 75Kms, and, 1 for 25kms, which will be made available to you at aid stations you pre assign them to).
The race is semi-supported with water, electrolytes, fruits and biscuits. Plan and train well to carry water between aid-stations, have your energy and nutrition supplements on you or in your drop bags. 75Km and 100Km runners will have only one aid-station at 37.5km between 25Km and 50Km aid-stations. Plan to carry enough water and supplements between these aid-stations.
- All participants are required to be at the start line 30 minutes prior to their scheduled start times.
- Time guidelines for aid-stations:
- 100 Kms
- 25 kms, AS2 – 5 am (3 hours into the race)
- 50 kms AS4 – 9 am (7 hours into the race)
- 75 kms AS2 – 1 pm (11 hours into the race)
- The finish line – 6 pm (16 hours into the race)
- 50 kms
- 12.5 kms, AS1 – 8.00 am (1.5 hours into the race)
- 25 kms, AS2 – 9.30 am (3.5 hours into the race)
- 37.5 kms, AS1 – 11.30am (5.5 hours into the race)
- The finish line – 2.00 pm (8 hours into the race)
- 25 kms
- 12.5 kms, AS1 – 8 am (2 hours into the race)
- The finish line – 10 am (4 hours into the race)
- 100 Kms
- 50 kms and 100 kms participants are allowed to bring 2 and 4 crew members respectively for pacing and/or support. Please ensure organizers are intimated at least two weeks before the race and register your crew members so they can receive their personal crew tags on the day of the race at the race venue. No crew members will be allowed on the route without registration or their crew tags missing.
- 100 kms and 75Kms participants should carry mandatory night running aids such as headlamps or torchlight, reflective vests or armbands and whistle.
- Drop bags are allowed for all race participants. All drop bags must be clearly marked with your name tag provided, bib number and aid-station number to which it is assigned.
- 100Kms – 3 drop bags
- 75Kms – 2 drop bags
- 50Kms – 1 drop bag
- Aid-stations will have water, electrolytes, salt, sugar, bananas, oranges, salty snacks, honey, candy. At some aid-stations our partners/sponsors make hot tea available throughout the race.
- You must bring your own bottle. We will have only large containers of water and you will need to refill your running bottle/hydration pack. Remember that aid-stations are 6.25kms apart, and between 10am-4pm sun is strong and dehydration can be a cause for concern if you do not carry water in between aid-stations.
Location: Briefing at YWCA Anandagiri
Date and Time: Decemberr 7, 2018 @ 1.30pm
Race will start and end at YWCA Anandgiri in Ooty. Please find race location map and route elevation details below for 100Kms, 75Kms, 50Kms and 25Kms routes respectively.
WE ARE WORKING A ROUTE THAT WILL HAVE YOU SCRAMBLING FOR THE HIGHEST HILL 🙂 READY FOR A CLIMB? SEE YOU IN AUGUST 2019
STORY OF HIMALAYAN CROSSING
The Himalayan Crossing – Four best elements of this race – Unmatched Stunning Himalayan landscape, high altitude, rough terrain and extreme temperatures. It’s a celebration of the mountain spirit. These mountains sing to you with their silence, enchant you with their color hues, and silence you with their majesty. True to its name, the route criss-crosses through mountain ranges of The Himalayas, taking you through Kinnaur and Spiti Valleys before ending on one of the toughest passes on this planet – The Rohtang La. This route cuts through mountains and splendid landscapes, is surrounded by snow capped majestic peaks, goes over two of the highest passes, Kunzum and Rohtang, extends through wide valleys, camps by high altitude lake, The Chandra Taal, and takes you to the highest village in Asia, Komic.
So what makes this route a must-do as we make it out to be? We may be masochistic to some extent, to want pain and suffer these climbs, terrain and landscape, but, we believe no runner is left untouched by the beauty, serenity, and tough terrain of the route, surely asking for a repeat!
September 6-8, 2019
REGISTRATION CLOSES: AUGUST 1, 2019
In 2019, Rishikesh to Uttarkashi mountain trails will see the sixth edition of 135 mile
single stage race, through lower Himalayas, with a cumulative 34,000 + feet of climbing and just as much descent! A tough endurance mountain trail race India has seen from Globeracers’ staple, this race beckons mountain race lovers from around the world to experience lower Himalayas, ending the race in a town that is known world over for its holy settlements, the famous Nehru Institute of Mountaineering Sciences, and a little further from the town, the Gangotri, the holy town on the river Ganges. Racers will run along the river Ganges for a good portion of the race, climb over hills in the middle of the night, and take on the final challenge of climb up to Uttarkashi at the end of the race. The route cuts through spectacularly scenic villages.
Have you tested your endurance lately? Experience beautiful Himalayas in the month of September when rain soaked earth springs to life and cools the hills.
UTTARKASHI 135 is a GLOBERACERS’ race.
This race is a The North Face® Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc® qualifier for 2019 with 4 points.