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Ponovno bomo pripravili notranjski TRAIL praznik. Letos za vas ponujamo razdaljo 50 km, ki ste jo deloma spoznali že lani, in krajšo razdaljo (25 km), ki bo prav tako vznemirljiva in lepa.

 

 

Spolno paro pa se pripravljamo na leto 2018, ko vam bomo z veseljem ponudili tudi 100 milj in 100 km razdalji.

 

 

                      

50 KM

1 qualifying point for 2016 Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc® registrations (3 new ITRA)

Start: Postojna, 23 September 2017, 07:00
Finish: Postojna
Length: 51 km
Positive altitude difference: D+ 2130 m | D- 21230 m
Time limit: 12 h
4 refreshment points: Lovrenc, Planina, Rakov Škocjan, Polana

RULES AND TERMS OF PARTICIPATION

REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT
 

Participants shall be considered as registered once they pay the registration fee.
 
Registration fee:

– 45 EUR till 31.7.2017

– 55 EUR til 9.9.2017.

Registration ends on 9.9.2017, or when the number of places is full. The number of participants is limited to 200.

The registration fee is payable by PayPal or by bank transfer to the trail association’s bank account.

Športno društvo Slovenske steze – SLO trail

Bratov Čebuljev ulica 15

1000 Ljubljana

IBAN: SI56 10100-0053668834 Intesa Sanpaolo Bank

SWIFT/BIC: BAKO SI 2X

PayPal: info@slotrail.si


The registration fee includes the starting pack, maintenance of the refreshment stations and a meal upon finishing the race.
 
Application for participation in the race is open to persons over the age of 18.

Log in, pick up starting packages:

BAR BOR, Tržaška cesta 2, Postojna
22.9.2017 od 16.00 do 20.00
23.9.2016 od 05.00 do 06.30

 MANDATORY CONTROL MEETING BEFORE THE RACE

All information related to the logistics, eventual changes to the trail, medical care and answers to eventual questions will be provided half an hour before the start of the race at the start in Postojna.

RULES OF THE RACE

Each competitor is competing exclusively at their own responsibility, whereby they are obliged to take into account the inherent risk to trail running, including their own personal physical and mental abilities, considering the demands and the length of the trail. Before registering for the race, competitors should test their realistic abilities of semi-autonomy on long distance trail runs in conditions similar to those on the actual race (mountain trails), as well as their preparedness to independently solve problems, which can occur in these types of activities, particularly the challenges of the climatic conditions (altitude, night, fog, wind, rain…), remaining confident that they are able to overcome the problems that are brought about by fatigue, minor digestive disorders and upset stomachs, as well as the physical and mental strain of the trail, independently. Competitors should be totally aware that the role of the organiser is not solving said problems and that safety during the competition is completely dependent on the individual competitor’s ability to adapt to the prevailing circumstances.

  1. Competitors must make sure they protect the natural surroundings. Any kind of littering or destruction of natural habitats is strictly prohibited. Waste will be able to be disposed of at all control points.
  2. The competition trail will be marked. Competitors should stick exclusively to the marked trail and report to the organisational team at each control point. Making short-cuts on the trail is not allowed.
  3. The race includes running on roads that feature public transport. Competitors should respect the traffic regulations on roads with public transport.
  4. Competitors need to run the trail on their own. Supply and an accompanying team is only allowed within the refreshment point areas. Any trailing along and supplying the ompetitors beyond the designated zones is prohibited.
  5. Competitors are not allowed to use any means of transport (bike, car…) Any physical assistance to competitors in the sense of moving along the trail is prohibited. Cheating is not allowed.
  6. Competitors must wear their starting numbers in a visible position throughout the race.
  7. Competitors may only change their gear or equipment at designated points.
  8. Before starting the race, competitors will have to display the mandatory gear. Competitors must carry this gear throughout the race and display all of the items listed below upon request of the organising team. The list of mandatory items includes the following:
  • Water carries or flasks with a min. 1,5l of water,
  • A cup to drink from,
  • Spare food,
  • A whistle,
  • First aid kit,
  • Astro foil,
  • GSM phone that has emergency numbers available,
  • Personal document,

The mandatory gear is the minimum required equipment. We recommend that competitors take their tried and tested gear that will protect them from weather and other impacts on the trail. Use of walking canes is advisable, but is not mandatory.

By applying to enter the race and paying the registration fee competitors confirm that they are aware of and understand all rules of the competition and agree therewith, and undertake to comply with the rules and to take part at their own responsibility.

Any type of failure to comply with the rules will mean disqualification for the respective participant.

SIGNPOSTS ON THE TRAIL AND THE TERRAIN OF THE TRAIL

The trail will be fully marked with tapes, flags and boards with directions. At critical sections volunteers will make sure that competitors follow the right trail.

The trail predominantly runs through natural surroundings across mountain trails, forest trails, dirt roads and in some parts through unmarked territory. To a very small extent, the trail also runs across or along paved roads, particularly in settlements and when crossing major roads.

The terrain of the trail on mountain trails, forest trails and partly in unmarked territory is demanding. Competitors should be particularly attentive of descents that are technically demanding. The terrain of the trail on descents is composed of shingles, broken rock and stones, while wooded areas may feature many roots. Special attention should be applied on descents.

REFRESHMENT POINTS

Across the trail there will be 6 refreshment points, which will be stocked based on the distance between them. The minimum items on offer at refreshment points will include:

  • Water (stocking up),
  • Sports hydration drinks (top atlet),
  • Chocolate, cakes and biscuits,
  • Fruit (bananas, apples, oranges, lemons),
  • Savoury pastries,

CATEGORIES
 

Category Code Year of birth
SENIORS SE M / SE W 1999 – 1977
VETERANS 1 V1 M / V2 W 1976 – 1957
VETERANS 2 V2 M / V2 W 1956 AND OLDER


All participants who complete the race will receive a memorial plaque. The first five male and female competitors will receive practical prizes and medals.


Top three in all categorie will receive a medal.


No cash prizes will be awarded.

 

25 KM

Start: Postojna, 23 September 2017, 09:00
Finish: Postojna
Length: 26 km
Positive altitude difference: D+ 1038 m | D- 1038 m
Time limit: 6 h
2 refreshment points: Lovrenc, Lohača

RULES AND TERMS OF PARTICIPATION

REGISTRATION AND PAYMENT
 

Participants shall be considered as registered once they pay the registration fee.
 
Registration fee:

– 30 EUR till 31.7.2017

– 40 EUR til 9.9.2017.

Registration ends on 9.9.2017, or when the number of places is full. The number of participants is limited to 200.

The registration fee is payable by PayPal or by bank transfer to the trail association’s bank account.

Športno društvo Slovenske steze – SLO trail

Bratov Čebuljev ulica 15

1000 Ljubljana

IBAN: SI56 10100-0053668834 Intesa Sanpaolo Bank

SWIFT/BIC: BAKO SI 2X

PayPal: info@slotrail.si


The registration fee includes the starting pack, maintenance of the refreshment stations and a meal upon finishing the race.
 
Application for participation in the race is open to persons over the age of 18.

Log in, pick up starting packages:

BAR BOR, Tržaška cesta 2, Postojna
22.9.2017 od 16.00 do 20.00
23.9.2016 od 05.00 do 08.00

 
MANDATORY CONTROL MEETING BEFORE THE RACE

All information related to the logistics, eventual changes to the trail, medical care and answers to eventual questions will be provided half an hour before the start of the race at the start in Postojna.

RULES OF THE RACE

Each competitor is competing exclusively at their own responsibility, whereby they are obliged to take into account the inherent risk to trail running, including their own personal physical and mental abilities, considering the demands and the length of the trail

  1. Competitors must make sure they protect the natural surroundings. Any kind of littering or destruction of natural habitats is strictly prohibited. Waste will be able to be disposed of at all control points.
  2. The competition trail will be marked. Competitors should stick exclusively to the marked trail and report to the organisational team at each control point. Making short-cuts on the trail is not allowed.
  3. The race includes running on roads that feature public transport. Competitors should respect the traffic regulations on roads with public transport.
  4. Competitors need to run the trail on their own. Supply and an accompanying team is only allowed within the refreshment point areas. Any trailing along and supplying the ompetitors beyond the designated zones is prohibited.
  5. Competitors are not allowed to use any means of transport (bike, car…) Any physical assistance to competitors in the sense of moving along the trail is prohibited. Cheating is not allowed.
  6. Competitors must wear their starting numbers in a visible position throughout the race.
  7. Competitors may only change their gear or equipment at designated points.
  8. Before starting the race, competitors will have to display the mandatory gear. Competitors must carry this gear throughout the race and display all of the items listed below upon request of the organising team. The list of mandatory items includes the following:
  • Water carries or flasks with a min. 1l of water,
  • A cup to drink from,
  • First aid kit,
  • Astro foil,
  • GSM phone that has emergency numbers available,
  • Personal document,

The mandatory gear is the minimum required equipment. We recommend that competitors take their tried and tested gear that will protect them from weather and other impacts on the trail. Use of walking canes is advisable, but is not mandatory.

By applying to enter the race and paying the registration fee competitors confirm that they are aware of and understand all rules of the competition and agree therewith, and undertake to comply with the rules and to take part at their own responsibility.

Any type of failure to comply with the rules will mean disqualification for the respective participant.

SIGNPOSTS ON THE TRAIL AND THE TERRAIN OF THE TRAIL

The trail will be fully marked with tapes, flags and boards with directions. At critical sections volunteers will make sure that competitors follow the right trail.

The trail predominantly runs through natural surroundings across mountain trails, forest trails, dirt roads and in some parts through unmarked territory. To a very small extent, the trail also runs across or along paved roads, particularly in settlements and when crossing major roads.

The terrain of the trail on mountain trails, forest trails and partly in unmarked territory is demanding. Competitors should be particularly attentive of descents that are technically demanding. The terrain of the trail on descents is composed of shingles, broken rock and stones, while wooded areas may feature many roots. Special attention should be applied on descents.

REFRESHMENT POINTS

Across the trail there will be 6 refreshment points, which will be stocked based on the distance between them. The minimum items on offer at refreshment points will include:

  • Water (stocking up),
  • Sports hydration drinks (top atlet),
  • Chocolate, cakes and biscuits,
  • Fruit (bananas, apples, oranges, lemons),
  • Savoury pastries,

CATEGORIES
 

Category Code Year of birth
SENIORS SE M / SE W 1999 – 1977
VETERANS 1 V1 M / V2 W 1976 – 1957
VETERANS 2 V2 M / V2 W 1956 AND OLDER


All participants who complete the race will receive a memorial plaque. The first five male and female competitors will receive practical prizes and medals.


Top three in all categorie will receive a medal.


No cash prizes will be awarded.