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Ladakh Marathon

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Marathon 42 KM


Starting from the NDS Memorial Stadium, the 42.1km Marathon route follows the Leh-Manali highway past the ITBP camp to the settlement of Choglamsar from where runners cross the Choglamsar bridge on river Indus fluttering with prayer flags. With the Stok range of mountains on the right hand you follow the true left bank of the river Indus past the Chushot Imambara towards the scenically located Stakna monastery perched atop a rock shaped like a leaping Tiger. 1.5 kms short of the monastery course takes the Stakna road through a fantastic route lined with thick willow bushes across Stakna bridge to reach the Manali-Leh highway. Ahead runners can see the dramatically located Thiksey monastery covering an entire hillside and resembling the Potala Palace of Tibet on their right. The route linked with poplar and willow trees continues on the highway past white washed Stupas which stand as a contrast against the sandy windswept landscape and bright blue skies above to the Shey palace on your right and the grazing grounds on your left till the Church of Shey. All along scenery never ceases to mesmerize you. You then turn left to run through the main street of lower Shey village till Sindughat and then catch the Manali-Leh highway. On the left you can see the brightly painted Chortens and the residence of His Holiness the Dalai Lama. You then reach Choglamsar village and retrace the route for the remaining 6 kms to the finishing lines of the NDS Memorial Stadium grounds.

DISTANCE

42 KM

START TIME

2:45 PM

CUT-OFF TIME

2:45 PMHOURS

ENDURANCE LEVEL

High

REGISTRATION FEE


EARLY BIRD

INR 0

NORMAL

INR 0 (Early)

LATE ENTRY

INR 0

Number of registration capped for each category or the closing date of registration to be announced by the organiser, whichever is earlier. All the registration fee are subject to 6% GST and the above published price are exclusive of GST.

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