12 uur op een ronde van 8,6 km met 470 klimmeters per ronde. Laagste punt 250 meter, hoogste punt 706 meter.
Skuggenatten 12 hour hill race, Saturday, 6 June 9 am Ė 9 pm
How many times can you run up and down the Skuggenatten mountain in 12 hours? (GPS tracking online)
Registration HERE (NB! Last chance before thursday 4 June 09 AM.)
Watch our INFOFILM
Our Facebook site HERE
GPS-tracking of the race HERE
Welcome to the only 12 hour hill/ up-and-down race in Norway! A challenging and social race through one of the most beautiful mountain tracks in the country, with panorama view all the way to the top. 60-70 % of the track is on bare rock face, 20 % on very nice forest path, and the rest on gravel road down by the start/finish area. You are free to use as much time per round as you want, and you can quit whenever you want.
The start, finish and turning point is at our club house at the Treungen sports arena. You can spend the night in a tent/camping trailer by the club house if you want to.
Self-service: You have to bring the equipment, food and drink that you need, which you place in a depot-tent. (There will be cans of water there). Trash cans 400 meters and 1 km after start/turning, and 1.6 km before finish.
The main tent is in the finish area with a bonfire, music and the race directly from the runner`s GPS-trackers on big screen, for supporters and audience. When you end your race you are welcome to stay at the arena, have a nice time, and support those who are still running. Maybe a barbeque in the tent after the race? Everybody will help keep the track and the arena clean, cheer for each other and participate in the event in a good mood. You are free to use the arenaís facilities; changing rooms, showers, toliets, kitchen and refrigerator.
The start is Saturday 6 June at 09.00 AM. There are to classes: Women and men. The age limit is at 14. The marked track is to be followed at all times. It officially counts as one round when you have come back down. Your last round has to begin before the 11. hour (at 8 PM). The winner is the one with the most rounds (kilometers). If your number of rounds is the same as another runner, the time at the finish line counts. Every time you finish a round, your time will be written down on a poster.
One round is at 8,6 km (4 km up and 4,6 km down), and the elevation gain is at about 470 meters. The first and the last part of the round (appr. 1 km) are different from each other, otherwise you will meet other runners here and there along the track. The marking is very good (the most popular hiking track in the area). The start is at 250 meters above sea level, the top is at 706 meters. After five rounds you have run 43 km in length, which is an official ultra, and 2.350 meters elevation gain. After 10 rounds you have run 86 km in length and 4.700 meters elevation gain.
Costs, registration and prizes:
It costs 270 NOK to participate, including the GPS-chip, and in addition 40 NOK in mandatory NFIF-license (extra insurance) if you do not have NFIFís all-year license. You get a ĎKondisí discount at 50 NOK if you are a member. You have to sign up before Thursday 4 June at 09.00AM.
By registration, you accept that you are participating on your own responsibility and are following the raceís instructions and rules, which are published here.
Registration here: HERE (Last chance Thursday 4 June at 09.00 AM)
Watch Our INFOFILM!
The prize is an exclusive proof as winner of Skuggenatten 12 hours 2015.
All participants can order the Skuggenatten 12 hours shirt directly from supplier afterwards,
Organizer: Treungen sports club.
Contact: Helge Reinholt, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org , phone number + 47 9717 7014
Declaration and security
I confirm that I am participating in Skuggenatten 12 hour at my own risk.
I have read and understood the safety rules and information. I have understood the written and spoken information given by the organizer, and accept that the race takes place in partly demanding woodland and mountain terrain.
I carry the necessary equipment and provisions, and I am physically and mentally equipped for the race.
I am obliged to keep to the marked trail.
I am obliged to abide by the messages given by the organizer.
In the event of emergency situations I will help as best I can and inform the organizer.
I know and follow The Norwegian Mountain Code.
I am aware that the race requires good physical fitness, stamina, endurance and good judgment in the mountains.
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