The Himalayan Crossing

August 28, 2013

generic cialis best pharmacy check cheap cialis soft tabs click cost viagra levitra cialis The Himalayan Crossing – True to its name, the route criss-crosses through mountain ranges of The Himalayas, taking you through Kinnaur and Spiti Valleys, before ending on one of the toughest passes on this planet – The Rohtang La. This is one among those races that are tougher, with freezing temps, icy landscapes, brutal climbs, and some very menacing trails that hurt our egos over and over again. The events include 338K and 153K. 20 mg cialis cheap cialis daily use online buying viagra phuket average price of cialis

Race Date

Jul 27, 2015

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Race Registration

Fee for the multi-day race: $2500/Rs.150,000. To participate in The Himalayan Crossing you can register in the official website.

  • Application dates: Dec 01, 2014 – May 15, 2015
  • Last date for payments: May 15, 2015

Course / Route Map

The course starts in Poo and finishes on one of the toughest passes on this planet – The Rohtang La. The route takes the runners through Kinnaur and Spiti Valleys. Terrain has broken path, dusty sections, snow peaks and narrow trails cut in to the side of mountains.

Stage Start – End Distance (kms) Start/Max Elevation (Meters) Total Gain/Loss (Meters) Day Start time/Cut off
1 Poo – Nako 43 2792/3635 +3971 July 27 6am / 8 hours
2 Nako – Kaza 113 3609/3941 +1520 July 28 3.30am / 21 hours
3 Kaza – Dhankar 32 3897/3951 +420 July 29 1pm / 7 hours
4 Kaza – Batal 88 3896/4553 +961 July 30 4am / 20 hours
5 Batal -Rohtang Top 65 4536/4554 +968 July 31 4am / 12 hours

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Expected Race Day Weather

Dipping to freezing temperatures at night. Day time sun beats down mercilessly at this altitude causing dehydration, sun burn and dizzy spells.

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