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Windhoek Light Fish River Canyon Ultra

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距离 距离 超级马拉松 - 100km

关于 Windhoek Light Fish River Canyon Ultra

The Fish River Challenge (the largest Canyon in Africa) is a non-stop self-supporting race whereby runners will be expected to complete the course in 24 hours. Water will be supplied at designated checkpoints that will also serve to monitor progress of the various athletes and provide updates to the organizers. 

The race commence at the top of the world famous Fish River Canyon where the race village for the first evening will be positioned on the edge with magnificent views. From there, competitors follow animal tracks and paths heading cross-country until they reach the point where they descend into the Canyon. Once down in the Canyon, they follow the river, with an occasional detour across wide meandering bends in the river, and finish at the wonderfully soothing hot springs resort of Ai-Ais.

距离

100 km

  • 100km

65 km

  • 65km

实用信息

住所

Night 1: Tents (2.5m x 2.5m x 1.8m) overlooking the beautiful Fish River Canyon. Night 2: Tents (2.5m x 2.5m x 1.8m) at the hot springs resort, Ai-Ais

年龄限制

No under 18's

急救站

Self-supporting race, with a couple of check points, quantity of checkpoints is depended on the quality of the water in the canyon.

奖牌

Medals for all finishers and winners of the 2 categories names are added to the floating trophies.

最长时间

24 hours

运输

The Shuttle departs Ai-Ais after the prize giving at 08:30 and expected time of arrival in Windhoek is approximately 18:00

Windhoek Light Fish River Canyon Ultra 路线图

Windhoek Light Fish River Canyon Ultra 路线图

开始:

Race Village

Fish River Canyon,na

完成:

Ai-Ais

Fish River Canyon,na

亮点

Participants at the first night race village, situated at the edge of the canyon, are treated to one of the most majestic views in the world, standing on the edge of the plateau they get to see the Fish River Canyon in all its splendor.

概述

For the 100km participants, they also commence their challenge from the race village, the difference being that they follow the edge of the canyon all the way to the hikers descent and view point (approx. 10km). At this point they will descend into the canyon, again at the bottom they will follow the Fish river all the way through to Ais Ais. It must be mentioned that the 100km option is an extremely demanding course, especially as the first 16km from the bottom of the descent to where the 100km meets the 60km route is extremely challenging and slow going. Much of the terrain is made up of clambering over large boulders, crossing the river over loose boulders and patches of dune sands.

Once down in the Canyon, they participants will follow the natural course of the river, occasional cutting away to negotiate their way across the vast bends that tend to get wider as they get further down stream. Depending on the amount of rain during the previous season and the water level in the river, competitors may be required to wade through water up to waist height at times. This will more than likely be an exception however and the general anticipated depth at any crossing should not be more than ankle deep.

When in the Canyon, competitors will be exposed to terrain varying from thick, soft river sand, to harder animal tracks in places and then the ever-present boulder fields that seem to go on forever. The memories of these boulder fields will however erode very quickly once Ai-Ais is reached and competitors get the chance to relax in the soothing water of the natural hot springs.

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