Always in search of new projects and the distant horizon, SDPO suggest you the January 23th, 2016 an all new race: the ultra-trail of Angkor. Angkor, in the northern province of Siem Reap in Cambodia, is one of the major archaeological sites in Southeast Asia. The soul of the Khmer kingdom, the temples of Angkor are a source of inspiration and a national pride for Cambodians theirs beauty fascinate travelers from all around the world.
running past majestic temples , through forests, tiny little rural villages, past rice fields …..you’ll never get bored with the variety of this exciting trail event.
4 distances and events to cater for all levels:
*Can be completed in a relay of 4 runners each completing a distance of 32km but
finishing as a team and joining up 3km before the finish.
Phoenix Voyages presents you a World Premiere! Next year, the first ultra-trail race will take place in the very heart of Cambodia’s archeological site, ranked as a World Heritage by UNESCO with 128 km of breathtaking race in an exceptional surrounding. Runners will cross several wonderful temples sites, evolving through impressive landscapes over a vast area where rice fields, jungles, villages offer panoramas of surprising diversity.
Mongolia Sunrise to Sunset 2015: register now!
The 17th Mongolia Sunrise to Sunset 42k and 100k ultra trail run takes place in the week of 1-8 August 2015. Early bird travel packages are available until March 1st on www.ms2s.org!
Mongolia (28 January 2015) – In August 2015, for the 17th time already, adventure seeking runners from all over the world will gather at the shores of Lake Hovsgol in Northern Mongolia for a very special experience: the Mongolia Sunrise to Sunset 42k and 100k ultra trail marathon. Until March 1st, 2015, runners can book a discounted early bird travel package on the event website www.ms2s.org. “It is a whole week of exploration with horseback riding, kayaking, hiking, fishing, sleeping in traditional Mongolian Gers – and of course running”, says race director Nicolas Musy.
The race on August 5th will be as challenging as it is beautiful. Runners pass by yak herds and wild horses, shamanistic Ovoos as well as Mongolian yurts and horsemen, in one of the most pristine and spectacular areas on this planet. Amongst participants, the race is known as the world’s most beautiful 42k and 100k run. A lakeside single track through woods and over windblown lowlands; steep, rocky mountain passes with breath-taking views; river valleys and marshy forests; seas of wildflowers. The accumulated elevation gain/loss for the marathon distance is 2.255 meters, for the 100k course it is 3.365 meters.
Preserving the National Park
The Mongolia Sunrise to Sunset is organised on a non-profit basis. All proceeds are used to keep Hovsgol National Park pristine and to support the culture of the local population via the “ecoLeap foundation” registered in Geneva, Switzerland. Nicolas Musy: “It is not only the pristine nature that makes this part of the world so special. It is also the unique culture of the nomads and their way of life. The nomads should be proud of their abilities and culture.”
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