[lvca_accordion style=”style3″][lvca_panel panel_title=”COMPULSORY GEAR”]

  1. Long Sleeve Thermal Top and Long Leg Thermal Pants
  2. Beanie or Balaclava or Equivalent
  3. Face mask
  4. Fleece for cold conditions
  5. Cap/Hat for face, neck protection from sun
  6. Whistle
  7. Reflective Vests
  8. 5-6 red LED blinking lights
  9. Head lamp with extra batteries
  10. Water & Wind proof outer shell
  11. Down jacket or any other insulation outerwear for protection in cold conditions
  12. Spare running shoes. You are required to cross water streams at few locations, a change of shoe might be needed in case one gets wet
  13. Spare running socks
  14. Sun glasses – with adequate UV, sand & wind protection

[/lvca_panel][lvca_panel panel_title=”WEATHER”]Weather during the race duration:

1. Temperature while Race duration will vary from -10°C to 30°C.

2. During the day time it will be pleasant, varying from 10°C to 30°C and barely manageable temperatures as low as -10°C in the night.

3. There are chances of snowfall at the passes during the race duration.

4. Wind blows at very high intensity in Morey Plains and at all the passes. It will carry the winter chill and one will feel the bite when in shade for long.

[/lvca_panel][lvca_panel panel_title=”REACHING MANALI”]By Air:

The nearest airport is at Bhuntar, located approximately 50km away from Manali. Domestic flights connect Bhuntar with Delhi and Chandigarh. Once at the airport, you can take a pre-paid taxi to Manali. However, owing to weather conditions, flights are not the most reliable option for getting to or out of Manali.

By Bus:

Manali is very well-connected to important tourist destinations like Leh, Shimla, Kullu, Dharamshala and New Delhi by means of a network of state-run as well as private buses. The bus journey from Delhi to Manali is 550km, and it is advisable to book your tickets in the air-conditioned Volvo coaches, as the buses are more comfortable than ordinary ones, keeping in mind the long distance of the journey.

Road/Self Drive:

The drive up to Manali is simply breathtaking! You can catch scenic glimpses of the adjoining mountains and valleys from almost every turn that the twisty uphill road throws you in. Though a lot of tourists prefer a self-drive up to Manali, it is advisable to hire a taxi in case you are not comfortable with driving in mountainous regions.[/lvca_panel][lvca_panel panel_title=”LEAVING LEH”]By Air:

The Leh airport is a military airport and only operates domestic flights. It is connected with major cities in the country. Security checks are a little more stringent than usual, please carry a printout of your e-ticket before entering, failing which you might be denied entry. They also don’t permit hand baggage on the flight, though the check-in baggage weight will be inclusive of both. All the domestic flights here operates between 6:00AM -11:30AM, no flight leaves or arrives in Leh after it.

By Bus or Taxi:

If you’re planning to leave Leh in a bus, get ready for an adventurous bumpy ride. It is connected by a state run local bus service which will take at least 4 days to reach New Delhi. No Volvo bus service is available on this route. Private bus or taxi can be hired till Srinagar, Jammu or Manali. The onward journey from the specified destinations can be made by flight, train, bus or taxi.[/lvca_panel][lvca_panel panel_title=”THINGS TO DO IN LEH”]Leh is by far the most peaceful place you’ll visit. No matter in which direction you head out to, peace is ubiquitous.

1. Leh has an excellent selection of sightseeing options that include centuries-old monasteries, serene stupas, precariously-perched palaces, museums and places to which some really adventurous and picturesque long-drives are possible.

2. Hire a cab and hit the silky-smooth BRO roads for daylong sightseeing tours to places such as the

  • Leh Palace
  • Spituk Gompa
  • Hemis Monastery
  • Thiksey Monastery
  • Shanti Stupa
  • Sham Valley
  • Sangam Valley (Confluence of Indus and Zanskar).

3. Laugh your heart out reading funny BRO (Border Roads Organisation) signage like “Love Thy Neighbor, But Not While Driving” and “Donate Blood in Hospitals, Not on the Road”.

4. You can also plan out group excursions to Nubra Valley (via Khardung La Top) for a camping night-out, or to visit the multi-coloured Pangong Lake via Chang La. These two are unquestionably the most amazing mountain excursions one can ever take.

5. Trekking expeditions to Stok Kangri peak or Markha valley.

6. Enjoy shopping in local markets full of Tibetan curios, and all of them are open to some hard bargaining. Leh’s Tibetan refugee market is full of Buddha heads, kitschy jewelry, prayer wheels and flags, T-shirts and many other touristy must-buys.[/lvca_panel][lvca_panel panel_title=”THINGS TO DO IN MANALI”]Manali offers the most captivating views of magnificent mountains, verdant valleys and splendid sunsets. It’s all picture perfect.

  1. Walk around old Manali town
  2. Hadimba Temple
  3. Naggar Castle
  4. Vashist Temple & Water Springs
  5. A day trek to Beas kund, Brighu lake, Bijali mahadev or Patalsu.



[lvca_accordion style=”style3″][lvca_panel panel_title=”F.A.Q.”]01. What is the Hell Race series?

  1.  The Hell Race is a series of endurance races associated with Mountain biking, Trail running, and Trekking. The events will be organized on the remotest and toughest locations in the country.

02. Where does the race start and where does the race finish?

  1. The race starts from Manali in Himachal Pradesh and the race ends in Leh, in Jammu & Kashmir in India.

03. Is there a fee waiver?

  1. For children, below the age of 12, the 3 km run is free.

04. What is the entry fee?

  1. The fee ranges from Rs.34, 999 to Rs.74, 999 based on the type of race you are participating in.

05. Who is the race open to?

  1. To both, professionals and amateurs.

06. What is the distance of the race?

  1. There are 4 categories – 14 km, Half marathon, Full marathon & 480km ultra.

07. Is there a cap on the number of runners who will participate?

  1. Yes, 60

08. When will my registration be confirmed?

  1. An email will be sent to you, once you submit the fees on

09. What does my entry fee include?

  1. It will include accommodation for 9 days, all food & beverages for 9 days, race fees, and hydration during the race.

10. What kinds of surfaces will I be running on?

  1. It will be the mixture of broken tar, mud and Jeep track.

11. What are the liabilities?

  1. The Hell Race team will make every effort to make this run comfortable for Runners. But the run will be organized in the remote location with high altitude. Organizer will provide all the possible medical support during run. But we will not be liable for any miss adventure.

12. Will I need insurance?

  1. It is necessary for every participant. Any competitor without the necessary insurance will not be allowed to take part in run.

13. What are the medical benefits you are providing during the race?

  1. Ambulance with oxygen supply, all required medicine and doctor will be available there. A chopper will be on standby mode all the time for any emergency. In case of emergency, if you want to avail chopper evacuation, the participant has to pay all the expenses.

14. Will you provide us with a route map for the race for each day?

  1. Everyday route map with elevation gain, elevation loss, hydration point, start and finish point will be provided to you a day before the race during the race debrief sessions.

15. What is the typical race day food menu?

  1. We know this is going to be an intense run. We will design our menu with high fiber, high carbs and high in protein.

16. Is there any prize for the winners?

  1. Running through these landscapes is a prize in itself. Unfortunately, no cash prize for the winners.

17. How will my luggage be handled?

  1. Your luggage will be marked with your registration number. It will be handled carefully by race volunteers.

18. Where do I sleep every day?

  1. After an intense run, the body needs a good sleep to recover for the next day run. We will make it possible to give best possible stay available there. We will provide you hotel rooms with hot shower wherever it is possible. Else you will stay in camps.

19. What is the arrangement for electrical ports?

  1. Hotels will have electricity. In camps, solar panel will do the job.

20. Will hot water be available every day?

  1. You will be provided with hot water when you stay in hotels and with hot towels during your stay in camps.

21. Can I bring friends and family as supporters? Is there an additional cost?

  1. Yes, you can bring family and supporters along and there will be an additional cost for this. The cost is at par with those who participate in the race.

22. Can I experience the race as a volunteer?

  1. Yes you can.

23. Can I rent a dedicated support vehicle for these tough terrains?

  1. Yes you can rent but at an additional cost which has to be incurred by you. You need to place a request with us 3 weeks in advance.

24. Will there be a medical vehicle during the race?

  1. Yes

25. I need more information, and have a special request. Who can I write to?

  1. Write to us at ‘’ or call on +918744002299, +917503680807