April 15, 2018.

Run Cascais

Trail Cascais Experience 2nd Edition.

In the heart of a classified and preserved region. Ideal paths to run have all these hills. A perfect place to practice the trail where the diversity of paths and landscapes and breathtaking views of the sea will make us travel throughout the day.
There are several reasons why Cascais is a great place for running: The amazing views, the good weather all year round and all the historic buildings.


registration

The Event

  • 01.

    MEDICAL

    Medical assistance will be available at the start, en route and at the finish. It is imperative that runners complete their correct medical information on their entry form. Should you require hospital treatment, you will be charged according to the hospital tariff rate. All athletes are covered by Personal Accident Insurance, in accordance with the law in force. There is a medical team throughout the race course and on finish. The medical services are allowed to withdraw from the competition any athlete who manifest physical or psychological disability signals for to continue the race, or need to receive vital medical care. The Organization recommends the use of clothes and appropriate footwear, sunglasses, hat and sunscreen.

  • 02.

    Bibs Pick-up

    Bibs will be given on the spot one hour before the start at:
    União Recreativa da Charneca. Cascais

    YOUR CONFIRMATION LETTER AND A PHOTO I.D. ARE REQUIRED TO PICK UP YOUR BIB NUMBER! Complete instructions, safety pins, will be enclosed with your bib.

  • 03.

    your email address

    Valid Email address We recommend to all competitors to provide us a valid e-mail@your-address.com this VALID e-mail address is very important, apart that this e-address will be the only way of communication between us, it will serve us to send you more relevant information about the event

Trail Start

40Km: 08:00 am / 20Km: 08:30 am & 10km free pace: 09:00 am

Start and Finish at União Recreativa da Charneca in the town of Cascais, District of Lisbon.
The registration fee for Cascais Ultra Trail includes:

EVENT ENTRY REQUIREMENTS:
Participants must be 18 years or older on race day, April 15, 2018 to enter the ultra Trail Cascais.

Trail event has a maximum net race day finish time of eight hours (08:00), from the time the last runner crosses the start line). Participants that fall behind this pace will not be guaranteed a finishing time. All registration fees and ancillary purchases are non refundable.

It is strongly recommended that each participant write his/her name, telephone number (in case of emergency) and all other medical information, he / she deems appropriate, on the back of the bib. This information can be of the utmost importance if a health problem arises during the race

2nd Edition Cascais Trail Experience

ULTRA TRAIL CASCAIS

ULTRA TRAIL CASCAIS

ULTRA TRAIL CASCAIS

ULTRA TRAIL CASCAIS

Material need

  • MANDATORY SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL In case of very bad weather.

    - Cap
    - Gloves
    - Long sleeve sweater
    - Food reserve of 500 g - Waterproof pants

  • RECOMMENDED MATERIAL

    - Watch (if possible with GPS function)
    - Cream high protection (sun and snow)
    - Red back-light
    - Bats
    - Sunglasses

  • MATERIAL CONTROL

    It may be made on the starting area or in any control zone.

Material

This is a list of required material for the distance of 40 km. There will be control of all equipment, half an hour before departure and at checkpoints.
- Each participant must be in possession of the following required equipment:

Aid stations



The organization is responsible for the proper hydration of all participating athletes, water will be distributed in all supplies, fruit, snacks, sweets and sports drinks in all supplies and upon finish All supplies have solid foods (fruit, dried fruit, potato chips, Marmalade, sponge cake, dry cakes, tomatoes, salt and liquid (water, isotonic, coca cola). In the race of 40km, two of the supplies will have soup.

Ultra Trail Cascais

To participate, it is essential to be aware of the specific distances and difficulties of races and the positive and negative slope of them and to be adequately prepared physically and mentally; To be able to face adverse environmental and climatic conditions such as cold, heat, wind, fog and rain; Know how to manage the physical and mental problems resulting from extreme fatigue, digestive problems, muscle and joint pain, minor injuries, etc.