This weekend is one of the most incredible adventure races in the world is taking place, the SHANGRI-LA Marathon & Ultra on the eastern Himalayan mountains. An event that was founded and created by four individuals who partnered up to bring runners around the world a once in a...
The July/August issue of Asia Trail magazine is out and we are honored that it features a 2-page race report from the Inaugural Shangri-La Marathon & Ultra.
The latest issue of Trail Run Mag is out this week and we are honored that it features a huge article covering the Inaugural Shangri-La Marathon & Ultra. Giving runners and readers a taste of the experience that participants had while attending the spectacular event in the grand Himalayan mountains last April.
We are excited to bring you a very special video from Inaugural Shangri-La Marathon & Ultra. The following video footage was captured on April 24th, 2015 at the event on Meili Snow Mountain in the eastern Himalayas bordering Tibet. This video gives you a small taste of what runners experienced as they took on the challenge and discovered the Lost Horizon. Watch the video and enjoy!
The Inaugural Shangri-La Marathon race report, get an insight to what runners experienced in this challenging yet incredibly beautiful mountain race in the Himalayas.
Organizing an adventure race event like this is a huge undertaking that can only be accomplished with the help of an incredible team, volunteers, Ambassadors, affiliates, partners, sponsors, vendors, spectators and local officials.
The team has been working very diligently to bring everything together for all participants. There have been many challenges to achieve the original plan of camping. To provide everyone with good sleeping arrangements, sanitation, safety, and hot water for bathing after the race.
Last week we got a delightful surprise to be featured on popular Singapore based Run Society. A great website dedicated to runners of the region and around the world.
Through a recent affiliate connection with Run China Marathon we are happy to introduce you to the JinSanLing and YangZhou Marathons in China.
The team has been working hard to get everything prepared for a great race. We have received final word from park officials that, this year, due to the expected large volume of Tibetans doing their pilgrimage, we are not allowed to let the race go into the night in the Meili Snow Mountain park.