Many parents won’t allow their child to go on a school field trip or school outdoor education trip unless they are chaperoning, so it’s no surprise that those same parents may find the idea of sending their child to sleep-away camp incomprehensible. As a camp parent, you may get a shocked response from one of these “non-camp” parents. They may ask you things like, “How can you stand having your child away from you for so long?” or, “How will she survive without you?” or, “Isn’t he too young to go camping alone?” Or, they may comment, “I would never send my child away to camp for two weeks.” In all of these negative responses, there is an underlying criticism of your parenting.
If you find yourself in the awkward position of being criticized for the decision to send your young child to camp, you may want some extra “ammunition” to defend your decision. And, if you are never in the position of defending your camp decision, let this list remind you about just a few of the many reasons why you are being a great parent by sending your child to camp!
You are giving your child the gift of magical childhood memories — dirt, adventure, story, and joke-filled days and nights spent with friends outdoors, under the stars, and around the campfire. These childhood memories will last forever.
“Our best childhood memories do not include adults.”
– Michael Thompson,
Going to camp has made most more independent and a much better people-person.
You are giving your child a break from the pressures and stress of competitive sports, school, and you. Forgive me if that offends, but I, too, am a well-meaning but over-involved parent who provides just a bit too much advice, feedback, and guidance to my children. Our kids need a break from our well-intentioned involvement in their lives.
Camping gets you unplugged. From a personal level, camp has helped me appreciate nature and the outdoors a lot more than I think I would have if I didn’t go. I can go without my phone or connection to social media awhile because camp has shown me that amazing stuff happens when you put your phone down and have a nice conversation with someone.
The bonding and friendships that happen at camp are different from those that occur at school and on sports teams. The intensity of living together and experiencing life together, without distractions, creates the ideal setting to form lifelong friendships and really get to know people well.
Psssst first time camping parent, your shy, quiet nine-year-old might come to Stepout Adventure camp not knowing a soul. A weeks later, he/she came will come home transformed. Blossoming. Made friends, learned a multitude of activities, felt safe, loved, confident, and happy — really, really happy. This is me to you.
To register for stepout Adventure camp, Click HERE
This article was originally published at http://sunshineparenting
The woods offer a special reprieve from daily life at the same time that they present unusual challenges, and it’s this combination that makes camping such a wonderful avenue of growth. Beyond the fun and fresh air, camping can teach teens and pre-teens valuable life lessons and a wide range of experiences opportunities for self-discovery, learning and physical and mental wellness.
Camping shouldn’t be an unpleasurable or overwhelmingly uncomfortable experience, but you may have to face life without padded walls for a few hours. This is a good thing. The point isn’t to suffer, but your sleeping arrangements don’t need to include a memory-foam mattress. You may feel chilly, so step closer to the fire. You may not have your favorite snack on hand, so you’ll appreciate what you do have.
Go into the tiny discomforts with gratitude, and they’ll melt away by the light of the campfire.
So, we are headed out to Chalbi Desert this loooong Mashujaa weekend. This will most definitely be useful to the people that are tagging along for the North experience
We are putting this down so as you don’t get caught in the great outdoors unprepared. Here is what you would need to know or bring for a successful first desert tour/camping trip.
2. The sun rays that bounce off of sand can seriously damage your eyes. so please, it’s very important to bring polarized sunglasses with to Chalbi desert.
3. A bandana is a desert multi-use must-have. Use your bandana as a headband, face mask, camp flag
4. When it comes to clothes, choose lightweight fabrics that are moisture-wicking so you can reuse the same top and bottoms a few times
5. Plan to be selective with your personal care items and bring only the basic necessities:
One of the best things about camping is spending uninterrupted quality time with friends without the common high-tech distractions. Maximize the fun with these things:
Stay cool and dry with clothing that is synthetic, quick-dry or moisture-wicking. A hat and sunglasses are excellent ideas. Pants are good to protect your legs if you’re prone to sunburning.
Pro tip: wear a wet bandana around your neck when hiking in the intense heat.
1) Jeans – Don’t encumber yourself with stiff, inhibiting jeans! Denim and hiking don’t mix well.
2) Jewellery/ Nice clothing – There’s no need to impress on an adventure like this one.
3) Unnecessary electronics – You definitely will not need your fancy laptop, x box or ipad while you’re in Chalbi Desert.
4) Your whole kitchen
AZENI KUPACK SASA!!!!!!!
The other day someone asked me what I gain by waking up early in the AM to just run like a night runner ok morning runner trihihihi well the thing is, my first induction in this running like a mad man business was afew months ago! I had gone out to map the escarpment madness route( another ESCARPMENT MADNESS edition is coming up) I was pushed and did a whole 14K I came back to the base camp crawling, driving back to Nairobi for the first time in years my foot was light on the gas pedal, reason…..my thighs were on fire!
Thereafter I decided to start off running at my own pace every morning. Run fun or leisure, rather than competitive this way I pace up steadily and easily handle without chasing my last breath. (But theres this group of Humans called Wakimbizi! apana refugees) ……….. woi! (Si they can pressurize you for no reason, you wake up on a monday morning at 5AM to do your routine once you are done, you check out the leader board you see a human has clocked 35KM already sasa hii mutu kufika end of week si he/she would have clocked over 150KM of running helter Skelter- Let me use this phrase here, aint used it in over 2 decades.
The thing is, people know they should exercise. Everyone knows you have to take care of your body. Unfortunately, knowing is not enough. You have to get your kerea off the couch and start doing.
Below are just a handful of the benefits that you can gain from recreational running:
Running is easy, fun and free. Actually, The hardest part about running is actually getting started once you get started all you need is motivation. Having a running buddy or joining a running group helps give you the inspiration you need to keep going. There are a good number of running clubs out here depending on your locality- If you’re considering entering the running scene checkout this clubs that came top of my head
PUT YOU BEST FOOT FORWARD
This Mashujaa long weekend, we are doing it the Shujaa way!
We are going to a peaceful tropical Island. LAMU. A place whose history is mysterious and fascinating. The endless beaches, the medeval old stone town, tiny villages among coconut and mango plantations…..Town that dates back to as far as 12th century speaks to the heart and soul!
DAY ONE. FLIGHT FROM NAIROBI TO MANDA ISLAND
Touch down at the Manda Airport. Check in at Amu House! A real swahili house with a fascinating atmosphere, in a stunning island. This traditional Swahili home has been transformed into something else. We’ll have dinner at select restaurants near the house/ order dinner at the house.
After dinner, we head out to the Floating Bar. A wooden pontoon supported by 250 plastic drums and floating in the channel between Lamu Town and Shela.
We get to explore islands within the island. Be warned, the charm of the island is its natural beauty: coral atolls, mangrove forests, remote archipelagos, and secluded lagoons. and the white sandy beaches breath taking to say the least.
Takwa ruins ( it’s accessible from 9-11am depending on the tide) This is a little heaven, carry your cameras.
Manda toto island.
Shela beach ( this is a safe place to have lunch)
Pack some bikinis
Get back to the house and freshen up for the night party.
There is a bar 200m from the house ( prestine) or rather head out to floating bar and make merry 😂😂
After breakfast, pack your day pack and hop in a dhow.
Full day exploration. To Kipungani island. It’s a private beach.
Lunch will be served by the shores. Be ready to enjoy seafood.
Watch the sunset on your way back.
Our last day
After breakfast, those who would wish to try out the donkey riding have a chance before catching our flights back to the city.
What Is Included In The Package
Accommodation – sharing on B&B
Day 2 boat rides and Takwa park fees.
Day 3 excursions plus lunch.
Lunch and dinners (except day 3 lunch)
Boat rides to floating bar.
Charges: KES 33,500
Make payments via MPESA
Paybill, Business Number 695596, Account no: Your name
Confirmations and queries MUST be confirmed with 0725 157 834 0757628532 | [email protected]
Date 21st September 2019
The Aberdares is one of the most vibrant mountain ecosystems in East Africa. While the upper moorland is well explored, the lower montane forest remains a mystery. On the Muranga side of Southern Aberdares is a series of waterfalls. One of these waterfalls is Kahiti accessed from Mwisho wa Raha Shopping Centre in Muranga. The hike to the waterfall is of moderate difficulty and suitable for both first time and veteran hikers.
05:30 Hrs Pick-up from International Life House
06:00 Hrs Drive to Tuthu Village in Murang’a County, 2,192m ASL
09:30 Hrs Arrive at Deep Valley Lodge, Tuthu; change of clothes if necessary
10:00 Hrs Begin the Hike to Kahiti Water Falls at Mwisho wa Raha Shopping Center
12:30 Hrs Arrive at Kahiti Water Falls; Photography
13:30 Hrs Hike back to Tuthu Village
15:00 Hrs Stop Over and Photography at the scenic Water Intake Point near Mwisho wa Raha Shopping Center
15:30 Hrs Drive to Deep Valley Lodge, Tuthu to freshen up and Late Lunch.
18:00 Hrs Drive back to Nairobi
Citizen: KES 3,450
Residents: KES 4,450
WHAT TO CARRY
1. Proper Comfortable hiking boots with good grip
2. Rain Coat and Rain trouser
3. Powerful Whistle
4. Emergency Safety kit (Evacuation card, personal first aid items, matchbox)
5. Water (At least 3 litres)
6. Mkeka hat or sun screen
9. Snacks& Refreshments
10. Day Pack Bag
Use MPESA Paybill 695596, Account Your Name
Confirmations: 0729 995 059
The paved roads of the usual running spots in the city can become monotonous for experienced runners or even recreational runners, so a growing interest in trail running is not at all suprising. Last weekend we took the ridges and the riftvalley escarpment by surprise!
The saying goes: ‘If you want to run, run a mile. If you want to experience a different life, run a marathon. We say, If you want to talk to your faith, run an Escarpment Madness’. Well, faith(s) were talked to this weekend at the EscarpmentMadness especially the chaps that did 30KM. To put it in perspective, road running is for realists. Run a marathon, a half or a 10k and you’re competing against a clock. You’re trying to get your body to run as efficiently as possible for the shortest amount of time possible. Trail running, however, is something entirely different. 70 plus runners braved the cold weather and afew minutes past 8;00AM madness started.
……………………….Had just climbed do Mt. Kilimanjaro then you signed up for the madness. Then you realize there’s no going back… I mean, it’s a Sunday, woke up at 4.30 and I’m at Kinungi 😁😁… But good thing is that there’s nothing as refreshing as conquering a challenge… Especially when you know you ain’t the only one who loves this ‘sport’ called running… And when you know there’s others who signed up for the same race, so the trail won’t be lonely 🙂… Oh, and that huge gratifying medal at the finish line!!
It was gruesome but very satisfying. Thanks to the organizers for keeping us upbeat! Thanks for a great experience. 🙂 M. Orangi
……………………..Escarpment Madness Trail run 2019 was a master shocker to many. It wasn’t the normal trail run many recreational runners are used to due to the several steep hills participants had to literally climb. The chilly weather and great support along the routes by the organizers made the tough rough terrain bearable. This was my toughest run ever and I’m glad I crossed the finish line after 2 hours and 26 minutes having done 20kms.Kudos to the organizers and it’s a route worth trying again! Edwin Odira
…………………It was that day that Imms Wanji suggested that hills would be calling some of us by name but shock on us we were the ones who were humbled and called every one of them by the names bestowed on them by the team at Bucketlist Adventures. I won’t say I didn’t have fun despite the challenge. I did. The support team was the other reason I hacked Stage 3 and 4. One support team member there is no song he didn’t sing from the top of his mind throughout those uphills. Thie Ūkiumaga….Ndaiga uthie Ūkiumaga to Haha ni Gûte into Swahili and back to Tuthie na mbere hanini hanini muthenya uyu niuguthira.
Statements like,”Gutire thina utathiraga ona uyu no uguthira(no problem is permanent even this one will end) made me laugh a good one.It was necessary for that altitude of about 2500+ to be beaten. I was blessed by their company until they allowed me to break away.
No human is limited if we successfully tackled this. The human spirit is amazing and this just gives me the power to believe anything coming after this can never be too tuff. Njoki Kimani
With this experience under participant’s belt, we can be sure a good number is game for another run, you know what? If you really want to connect with your body, nature and your fellow runners, there really is nothing like the Escarpment Madness. So need to try out? Click here for the Escarpment Madness 2.0
Mt Elgon was once Africa’s highest mountain, far exceeding Kilimanjaro’s current 5,895m. Millennia of erosion have reduced its height to 4,321m, relegating it to the 4th highest peak in East Africa and 8th on the continent. At 4,000km² Mt. Elgon has the largest volcanic base in the world. Located on the Uganda-Kenya border it is also the oldest and largest solitary, volcanic mountain in East Africa. Its vast form, 80km in diameter, rises more than 3,000m above the surrounding plains. The mountain’s cool heights offer respite from the hot plains below, with the higher altitudes providing a refuge for flora and fauna. Here is an expedition like no other you would want to jump on
Day 1: Nairobi – Budadiri, Uganda
On this day fly in the morning from Nairobi to Kitale. From here you will be picked up and proceed to the Uganda border for customs and check in. After crossing our hosts will receive us and drive us to Budadiri our base for climbing the mountain. Gear Check, Dinner and Overnight at the base.
PS: You may also travel overnight by road from Nairobi arriving in Kitale in the morning.
Day 2: Budadiri(1700m) – Mude Cave Camp (3500m)
On this day depart early from Budadiri and drive to the Trail head at Bumasola from where we start the hike. The first section of the hike goes through community farm lands to the Park boundary. The trail then ascends dramatically for 2km popularly known as wall of death formed by the 300m Mudange cliffs. Previously this was ascended by ropes before the current metal staircases that make it easier. After 4 hours the hike takes you to Sasa River camp where you will have lunch. Proceed after lunch to the Mude Cave Camp situated next to a stream. Lying at the transition zone of the forest to the Moorland a climb to a vantage point will reward you with staggering views of Simu Gorge in the distance as well as the Sasa River Patrol Base. Dinner and Overnight.
Duration: 6-7 hours of hiking
Day 3: Mude Cave Camp (3,500m)– Wagagai Summit(4,321m) – Mude Cave Camp(3,500m)
Duration: 6-7 hours of hiking
Mt. Elgon has the one of the world’s largest caldera spanning a diameter of 8km. On the rim of this Caldera are a number of summits with the highest being Wagagai Summit at 4,321m. The Trail from Mude River follows a beeline to the distinct Jackson’s summit and Jackson’s table. The trail goes through alpine vegetation zone before finding the precious Jacksons pool on the way. By passing the Jackson’s summit, the trail then follows the Rim of the Caldera with staggering views of the floor as well as Suam Gorge. The Summit is the accessed after a short steep scramble. After enjoying this highest point in Mt. Elgon return to Mude River camp to arrive early in the afternoon.
Day 4: Mude Cave Camp – Budadiri Village
After Breakfast embark on the descent down the mountain to Budadiri Village. The descent offers scenic views of the Gorges. Check in back to our cottages/huts at the base for the last night at the base camp.
Day 5: Budadiri Village – Sipi Falls- Mbale Town
After Breakfast drive out to Sipi Falls . There is a short trail to enjoy to the majestic falls that drop 110m from the cliff. If it’s in it for you the best way to experience the falls is to rappel down the falls on rope and harness. After the waterfalls a tour of the nearby villages will give you an insight into the ways of life. The after head to Mbale town for rest and overnight celebration.
Day 6: Mbale Town to Eldoret/Kisumu Town
After breakfast transfer to Eldoret/Kisumu Town for onwards flights/Bus Service to Nairobi. Trip ends with great memories.
B. PHYSICAL FITNESS
Due to the nature of the exercise, you need to prepare your body well. It is recommended you do cardio based exercises before the hike. The same can be done by other Cardio based exercises. This will help your breathing as well as aid your muscles.
Pre hikes are organized every two weeks and it would be great to attend them. Contact the Bucketlist team for more insight
C. FOOD & SNACKS
Meals will be provided, as well as basic snacks like cookies, biscuits and fruits. You should also bring your own energy snacks for the duration of the hike. Based on your preference, you can consider nuts, candy, energy bars, soda/beverage, dextrose, Green apples, chocolate bars et al.
Main meals are prepared and served at camp. They include common starch, vegetables, soup and meat.
Any special dietary requirements such as diabetic, vegetarian, lactose intolerant, non-beef must be communicated in advance.
D. CLIMBING GEAR
No. Item Quantity Remarks (Tick if You Have/Mark ‘H’ if you would like to Hire)
1 Backpack/rucksack for porters 1 Pc
2 Day pack Bag properly padded 1 Pc
3 Sleeping bag (-0 to -20 degrees) 1 Bag
4 Waterproof Hiking Boots 1 Pair
5 Marvin/Balaclava /Warm Hat 1 Pc
6 Sunglasses 1 Pc
7 Slim hot water flask 1 Pc
8 T-Shirts – Polyester quick dry. 4 Pcs
9 Warm Jacket 1 Pc
10 Long Rain coat or Poncho 1 Pc
11 Walking pants 2 Pcs
12 Summit Ski Trouser 1 Pc
13 Waterproof windbreaker pants / Rain Trousers 1 Pc
14 Heavy woolen socks 4 Pcs
15 Gloves (Warm Ski gloves) 1 Pc
16 Light woolen gloves -1 1 Pc
17 Fleece 1 Pcs
18 Thermal underwear (Top & Bottom) 1-2 Pairs
19 Camelbak Hydration pack /Water bottles: Carrying Capacity of over 3 Litres 3 litres total
20 Bathroom Kit (Recommended Wet Wipes, SunScreen, Toothpaste, Toothbrush etc)
21 Headlamp with Extra Batteries 1 Pcs
22 Personal First aid items/medicine if any
24 Wide Brimmed sun hat/Baseball cap 1 Pc
25 Snacks to last all days (Personal Discretion)
27 Passport/National ID/Alien ID & Yellow Fever certificate
28 Personal First Aid items
29 Disclaimer & Health self-assessment form submitted.
30 Emergency evacuation cover
Ancillary Gear Items
2 Power Bank/Solar Charger
3 Snow gaiters
4 Ankle support and knee support
5 Book or portable games to use
6 Money for Crew Tips
7 Walking poles
All the above items can be sourced with the help of our team. Do contact the Expeditions team. For hiring and purchase contact us.
E. Expedition Charges
The expedition rates are as follows:-
East African Citizens: USD 650
Non-Citizens: USD 950
• All meals on the Mountain.
• Accommodation at Budadiri Cottages, Mountain Tents and Mbale Town after the Hike.
• Statutory park fees.
• Guides and staff entry fees.
• Experienced guides and rangers.
• Group porters for meals, supplies.
• Experienced Mountain chef and catering team.
• Porter to carry your personal rucksack.
• Local Transport to and from Kitale to Mbale as well as all transfer to and from the mountain.
• Sipi Falls Tour after the hike.
• Transfers back to Kitale/Eldoret after the Mountain.
• Transfer from Nairobi: Return Flight KES 12,000, Road KES 4,000 Both ways
• Visa fees for Non-East African Citizens.
• International Yellow Fever Vaccination Certificate (Mandatory)
• Tips for guides and porters (Recommended tip values – $50-$100)
• Personal Climbing Gear as in “D” above
• Water and Drinks (Though clean water is available for refills but you need to carry water purification tablets)
• En-route meals while on transit. Dinner in Mbale Town.
F. Booking & Payment Terms
You may make payments with KES after which we shall invoice you based on prevalent exchange rates or send directly to the USD account as below.
A/c Name: Bucketlist Adventures
A/c No: 1005055853
Branch Name: NIC Bank, The Mall Westlands.
Postal Address: – P.O.Box 44599,00100- Nairobi Kenya.
Branch code: 105
Bank Code: 41
Swift Code: NINCKENA
Bank: NIC Bank
A/c Name: Bucketlist Adventures
A/c No: 1005055788
Branch Name: The Mall Westlands.
Postal Address: – P.O.box 44599,00100- Nairobi Kenya.
Branch code: 105
Bank Code: 41
Swift Code: NINCKENA
For MPESA: Use Paybill Number 695596 and input your name as the Account Number. (NOT Buy Goods pls)
G. Gear Hiring List
A list of mountain gears is available for hire. These are available from Nairobi. Some gear is also available for purchase from us. Contact us for more information on this.
H. Proposed expedition preparation checklist
Activity Details Proposed Time/Duration
Physical Fitness and Wellness Please see attached Training regimen for 8 weeks before the expedition. Minimum 8 weeks to expedition
Pre – Hikes We recommend two challenging hike every month with over 7 hours of walking and around 500 meters of elevation. They help you monitor your performance and gain confidence. Check with our team for the current calendar. Every month for 3 months
Acquisition of gear Purchase at outdoor retailers or the local market. Latest 3 weeks to the hike
Payment of the Hike deposit To book your spot with an amount to be determined with the expedition team Immediately on planning to hike
Full payment of Hike Final payment of all expedition charges 2 weeks to the hike. Need for more time needs to be communicated.
Work on water intake Many people do not take a lot of water on a normal basis. It is important to train your body to take water easily. Start by taking a glass before all meals and ensure you graduate to half a litre to 750ml in the morning, midday and at night. 2 weeks to the hike
Packing procedure To shield your clothes from the rain line your bag with polythene bags or pack all your stuff in smaller polythene bags first. You need to pack the last day’s clothes first followed by the 2nd last days etc. If your bag is being carried by potters, you need to pack the rain clothes, snacks and all daily necessities in a smaller bay pack since the potters move with their pace A day to the hike
The information listed on this page is the official participant guide for the Escarpment Madness. Participants at a minimum should familiarize themselves with all of this information prior to the event. Participants should share this information with any friends / family / spectators that plan to join them at the race.
DATE, TIME AND LOCATION
Fly Over. Off Nairobi Nakuru Highway Google Maps Directions HERE
Start Time: 8:00 AM
PARTICIPANT’S BIB NUMBERS
Your race number must be worn on the front of your body and be clearly visible at all times. Those who register within 2 weeks of the race will have their names custom printed on their race numbers. The Race bibs will be issued from Monday 2nd of September to Friday 6th September at the following location.
Bib Collection Centre: Marvo Group Office, 2nd Floor, Park Suites, Parklands right opposite Parklands Police Station.
Timings: 0900hrs to 1700hrs.
You may also organize for a pickup via courier or Taxify Boda to the above address and contact our team on 0729 995 059. You may also collect your race pack early on the morning of the run.
Google Maps Directions HERE
There is a shuttle available from Nairobi. The Pickup points will be at Kencom Bus Stop in CBD and also at Total Gas Station just before ABC Place. The shuttle charges are KES 1000 above your regular ticket fees for the event. The deadline for booking the shuttle is Friday the 6th of September 2019.
SELF DRIVE POINTERS
The Camp is on google maps and 2km off the Nakuru Highway. However, there are multiple rural roads that might be suggested on the ground by google maps. From Nairobi drive on A104 towards Nakuru. Its important to factor in the road construction in your travel schedule so plan to leave early. Drive to Flyover and after the Chicken Inn as you start the Naivasha descent there is a Boda Boda shed say 300m after Chicken Inn. You will take a left here and follow the chalk signs. Otherwise, if you miss the bodaboda shed when you get to the welcome to Nakuru county sign take a left and follow maps/signs to the Run2gether camp(Locals know it as the place wazungu run and can help if you are lost). Google Maps directions for the camp area at the top of this document.
CAMPING AND ACCOMMODATION
There is a good campsite with great facilities at the start line as well as some rooms on offer. You may bring along your kids to enjoy the scenery and camp out. Check with our team to make bookings. The campers will get Dinner and Breakfast organised for them.
There will be brunch after the run available at KES 600 as well as assorted drinks on sale.
ORGANIZERS CONTACTS ON THE DAY AS BELOW:-
Chief Race Marshall Munyaka: 0725 157 834
Race Admin Gaston: 0729 995 059 | 0757 628532
At Bucketlist Adventures, we are equally excited about such a running experience: The Enda Go 4-8.
This is a whole new experimental type of running event, the organizers are calling it a 4-8-48. Every 4 hours, you will have to run 8km, repeated for 48 hours. This is to say, 12 runs for a total of 96km with over 4000m of climbing. Guys at Enda say, this equivalent to climbing from Everest Base Camp to the summit. Obviously this is a challenging event. You should not take part in this event unless you are prepared mentally and physically to do at least 14 hours on your feet in a 48 hour period. It should also be the most fun running weekend of your life.
The scenery is out of this world. It is stunning, and after every run, every runner returns to camp to rest, refuel, and get ready for the next run. Given the space limitation of the camping area and trails, participation is limited to 30 runners ONLY. Each runner will be able to bring up to 2 guests to join them for the weekend. This means a total potential of 90 people at the camp sharing this magical experience.
Each runner is required to run with a GPS enabled device to track their run. Each runner will be responsible for uploading run to Strava at the end of each run, including #EndaGo48 in the title and marking the run as a race. This means your Elapsed Time, not moving Time, will then be added across all 12 up to calculate your result.
Every runner will be required to carry the following gear while running. Gear will be checked before each run. You will only be able to start each run, and your results will only count if you are confirmed to have required gear.
1.A GPS watch, GPS enabled mobile phone, or similar device, to record the run
3.300ml of water or sports drink
4.During night runs, a headlamp and backup flashlight will be required.
Sounds exciting? Go yee ahead and register!