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Elevation Chart and Route Maps

Marhi - Rohtang Pass - Gramphoo - Khoksar - Sissu

Stage 1 | RohtangLa | Altitude -3980m

  1. The race flags off from Marhi (Altitude – 3364m) on 19th June at 8:00AM.
  2. The participants of full marathon will have to climb for 16 km till Rohtang Pass at an altitude of 3978m with an elevation gain of apx. 750m.
  3. The muddy and slushy gravel road after Rohtang Pass can be frustratingly uncomfortable despite of it being downhill.
  4. The downhill gravel road continues for 18km till Khoksar, left with the last 10km on a metal tar road on rolling terrain.
  5. Day 1 Marathon finishes in Sissu at an altitude of 3074m.
  6. A separate vehicle will transfer the full marathon participants to the Hotel in Jispa. The 54km journey will take apx 1hours 45min to reach.

Zing-Zing Bar - BaralachaLa - Bharatpur - Sarchu

Stage 2 | BaralachaLa | Altitude -4902m

  1. At 7:00AM, the participants will be transferred to the Race start point at Zing-Zing bar (Altitude – 4320m), 36km from Jispa.
  2. After 30 min of warmup session, the marathon will start at 8:30AM.
  3. Runners will climb for 16km with an elevation gain of 615m to reach the second pass on the route Baralachala at an altitude of 4904m.
  4. The entire route after Zing Zing bar will be covered in snow, requiring runners to cross through snow walls. The landscapes are breathtaking but demanding as hell.
  5. The snow clad landscape dramatically changes after crossing Bharatpur to a barren cold dessert. The race finishes at Sarchu (altitude – 4694m) next to the campsite.
  6. We will halt at the beautiful Swiss camping site today at Sarchu.

Brandy Nallah - Gata Loops - NakeeLa - LachungLa - Pang

Stage 3 | LachungLa | Altitude -5090m

  1. At 7:00AM, the participants will be transferred to the Race start point at Brandy Nallah (Altitude – 4160m), 31km from Sarchu.
  2. After 30min of warmup session, the marathon will start at 8:30AM.
  3. The cruelest day of all is today, starts with the 21 spiraling Gata loops spread over 13km and 500m of elevation gain.
  4. Runners will have to climb for 20.2km to reach the 3rd pass on the route Nakeela at an altitude of 4937m.
  5. After crossing NakeeLa one will go down till Whisky nallah and then again climb Lachungla at an altitude of 5053m.
  6. The climb from Gata Loops through Nakee La and finally to Lachulung La is probably the most torturous one on the whole route.
  7. After coming to Nakee La the runner might try to seek respite and hope for a descend, but going gets tougher when one has to climb another 7km to reach Lachulung La.
  8. The next 9km after Lachungla is flanked by mountain ranges on both sides featuring some stunning sand and natural rock formations.
  9. The full marathon finishes 12km before Pang and from where the runners will be transferred to campsite.

Pang - Morey Plains - Debring

Stage 4 | Morey Plains | Altitude -4760m

  1. At 7:30AM, the participants will be transferred to the Race start point at Morey Plains (Altitude – 4760m), 7km from Pang.
  2. After 30min of warmup session, the marathon will start at 8:30AM.
  3. Morey plains are astonishingly flat with hills flanking from either side, spanning for about 45km with an average elevation of 4700m. The road through Morey plains is one of the most striking geographical features one will encounter on this road.
  4. One might chance upon meeting people who are still leading a tough nomadic life in this cold desert.
  5. One might feel for it to be an easy day due to its flat terrain, but don’t get your hopes high. The cold breeze and high altitude will make it an equally tough day.
  6. The marathon finishes in Debring next to the camping site at Debring (altitude – 4700m).

Debring - TanglangLa - Rumtse - Leh

Stage 5 | TanglangLa | Altitude -5333m

  1. The race will start from the camping site at 6:30AM.
  2. The participants will climb for 18km with an elevation gain of 754m to reach the highest pass on the route Tanglangla at an altitude of 5343m.
  3. Tanglangla is also known for being the world’s second highest motorable pass.
  4. Being the highest point on the route, the air will be thin making it even more difficult to breathe.
  5. The participants will continue their downhill run till Rumtse, where the misery finally ends.
  6. The runners than will be transferred to Leh in vehicles after lunch in Rumtse. The final 85km journey will take 2hrs 30min to reach Leh.
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