Mobile/Cell phone (smartphone strongly recommended)
- Must be mobile phone with local sim or international roaming allowing for its use in the country (load into its memory the organisation’s security numbers: +66 062 325 4122, don't mask your number and don't forget to leave with the battery fully charged) - Keep the phone on, airplane mode is prohibited and could give rise to penalties. - LiveRun application installed and activated (mobile app for runners) - An external battery is highly recommended
No, personal collapsible cup 15 cl/5oz minimum is mandatory
For Summit 160 and Cliffs 100, runners are required to carry 2 working headlamps (batteries loaded) and 2 sets of spare batteries (for each headlamp)
Yes, you can, but it should be big enough For the case that:
- Both head torches are rechargeable. Runners must carry a spare battery with a capacity of 5000 mah or more. - One head torch is rechargeable, and another is battery supplied. Runners must carry a power bank with a capacity greater than or equal to 2500 mah or more and spare batteries.
No, because in the case of an emergency, the rescue team cannot access the runner’s phone data.
Yes, they are mandatory.
As described in the rule, they are different and irreplaceable.
As described in the rule, collapsible cups and reusable bowls are different mandatory gears.
No, the amount of kcal given is a recommendation.
No. You can wear either shorts or long-legged trousers.. But you will need to bring a pair of pants to cope with the volatile weather (for Summit 160).
We will assess the latest weather conditions close to the race day, before the announcement. It may be 1-2 days before the race day.
No, they are not interchangeable.
Yes. But if runners choose to take hiking poles with them, they must carry them for the entire duration of the race. It is forbidden to start without poles and get them during the course of the race. No poles are authorized in the spare bags.
Yes, because a raincoat is more protective than a windbreaker.
Basic first aid equipment such as equipment for dressing wounds (alcohol, saline, betadine, bandages, plasters, cotton, antipyretics, antidiarrheal drugs, pain reliever , mineral salt for diarrhea, etc.