The Hakusan Geotrail is self-supported 6 stages race of 7 days. The race is from August 25 to 31 in 2019. The competitor check in August 24. The awards banquet is August 31.


Along the 250 kilometers / 155 miles and more 15,000 meters of positive and negative height gain (without parallel in the world) of the Hakusan Geotrail course, the terrain will include grasslands, farmlands, dirt tracks, riverbeds, rolling hills, mountain valleys, plains and plateaus.

 

Hakusan geotrail is the toughest in the world of Self-surpported, 7 day, 250 km, 6 stage footrace!

 

Competitors will pass through local villages and grazing lands where shepherds tend to their flocks.

The course has a number of highlights, including the Hakusan National Park area (where the famous sacred mountain of Japan), Mt.Hakusan (2,702m height), Hakusan-Tedorigawa geopark, Syugendou; Japanese mountain asceticism-shamanism incorporating Shinto and Buddhist concepts.

Located in the foothills of Hakusan mountain. Athletes are provided with water and a place to stay in a tent each day and are also supported by professional medical and operations teams.

Official Website: http://www.hakusangeotrail.com/index_en.html/

Online Registration: http://www.hakusangeotrail.com?p=entry_form_en.html

Email: info@hakusangeotrail.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TeamHakusanMarathon

Twitter: @hakusangeotrail

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/hakusan_geotrail

Upcoming Races

Aug 25 2019
250 KM
Single Loop Course
4 Elevation Rating
Very hilly, ~7500-12,500 feet in 50 miles
3 Surface Rating
Some rocks, root, and/or ruts

Results

250 KM View course top times

Date Finishers Top Result Top Result (F)
08/20/17 No Results Posted. Submit Results
08/21/16 No Results Posted. Submit Results
08/22/15 No Results Posted. Submit Results
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