All participants are required to read and follow the race rules outlined below as well as any rules introduced at the pre-race meeting or on race day.

  1. Participants must follow the designated route, no shortcuts, outside means of transportation, or any sort of outside aid will be tolerated. If the participant’s path does not match the route announced by the organizing committee, the participant will be disqualified and his or her results will be voided.
  2. There will be multiple check-in points during the race. Each participant must pass through and complete every check-in, skipping any will result in immediate disqualification.
  3. The bib number must be worn in a conspicuous position, and it must be clearly visible throughout the race. In order to eliminate the behavior of alternate running and rubbing, contestants must take the initiative to show the number when entering the aid station, and the organizing committee has the right to refuse the replenishment of those who refuse to cooperate.
  4. participants must carry mandatory equipment (listed below the rules) throughout the journey and will be checked during the competition.  If it is not carried in accordance with the regulations, the organizing committee reserves the right to disqualify and violators.
  5. Participants who wish to retire from the run must arrive at the nearest check-in point and inform the staff to sign a withdrawal statement and wait for the organizing committee to arrange for a vehicle pickup; participants who are unable to reach the nearest check-in point will need to contact the number on the bib and notify the organizing committee to arrange a vehicle for pickup.
  6. Participants who cannot reach the check-in point within the closing cut-off time will be disqualified from continuing to participate in the competition; they must sign a withdrawal statement at the closed check-in point and wait for the organizing committee to arrange for a vehicle to return to the finish line.
  7. Participants who need immediate medical attention must contact the number on the bib to notify the organizing committee and first responders. Remain calm, put on the life-saving blanket, and administer medical aid if necessary. Do not leave the area unless told to.
  8. The organizing committee will purchase group accident insurance for all contestants on the day of the competition. If participants need to increase the types and shares of insurance, they must purchase and bear the cost by themselves.
  9. The entire course is dominated by scenic spots and natural tracks. During the race, participants must ensure that the cultural relics, scenic equipment and facilities, and vegetation in the race route are not damaged or littered by humans. If any of the above behaviors are found, those who refuse to make corrections after persuasion will be immediately disqualified and will be handed over to law enforcement for handing.
  10. Participants must follow the guidelines of the outdoor sport of “no traces in the mountains and wilds”; if staff, volunteers, or other Participants find littering during the race, once verified, the organizing committee has the right to cancel their results; welcome; Participants to supervise and report to each other.
  11. This is a cupless race. Disposable paper cups will not be provided at any supply points in this competition. Contestants, volunteers, and staff must bring their own drinking utensils.
  12. During the race, it is strictly forbidden to bring fire into the mountains, and smoking is strictly prohibited. Once discovered, the competition qualification will be disqualified; the relevant departments will deal with the consequences in accordance with the law.
  13. Participants must follow basic etiquette. When passing through the villages, participants must be civil and polite, and must not trample on farmland and orchards, and must not harass the villagers’ livestock and poultry.
  14. This event resolutely resists the act of running for participants and firmly does not allow registered contestants to transfer or lend number bibs to others privately. If a substitute runner is found during the race, immediately take back the number bib and timing bracelet and expel it from the track; the organizing committee will not be responsible for serious consequences caused by the substitute running, and all responsibilities shall be borne by both parties.
  15. This race does not welcome illegal running behaviors. Those who make fake bibs privately or use other race bibs to pretend to be the race bibs, the organizing committee has the right to refuse to enter the replenishment station to enjoy the replenishment provided by the organizing committee to normal participants; All the consequences caused by running away have nothing to do with the organizing committee, and the parties involved are responsible for themselves.
  16. It is strictly forbidden to make dangerous actions on the course that endanger the safety of yourself or others; it is strictly forbidden to conduct behaviors on the course that may mislead other participants (such as lying on the track and sleeping, which may make others think that you need emergency rescue. ); There is no traffic control during the competition. Please keep right when passing the highway and avoid tourists, pedestrians, and vehicles.
  17. Please help participants who are injured or in bad condition. The organizing committee is very grateful for your kind deeds.
  18. For any rules not mentioned here, the organizing committee reserves the right of final interpretation.


“Participants are required to have the following equipment”

Mandatory Equipment168km110km70km42km
Race Bib (By organizer)
Race Chip (By organizer)
GPS (By organizer) 
Lifesaving blanket (By organizer)
Head lamp and batteries
≥1.5 Litter water hydration pack
Mobile phone (Full charged)
Energy bars
Extra dry and warm race gear
First-aid kit

The above mandatory equipment will be spot-checked at the equipment collection point and the track supply station.
Participants who fail to prepare as required will be disqualified or filled up in time according to the seriousness of the circumstances. Safety first, please consciously bring along!


  1. In this event, participants will purchase insurance on the day of the competition. It is recommended that contestants purchase annual accidental injury insurance to give themselves and their families peace of mind.
  2. This event is equipped with professional rescue agencies, medical runners, and team collection.
  3. There are emergency vehicles for competitions along the way. This event will only provide necessary emergency medical care during the race, and it is not covered by the participants’ own illnesses. The public accident insurance only covers injuries suffered due to accidents during the race.
  4. There will be more than 200 volunteers on the course to provide services to the runners, all of whom are senior travel friends and outdoor enthusiasts with many years of outdoor experience.
  5. In the event of extreme weather and force majeure, the organizing committee will promptly terminate the competition.
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