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MOUNTAIN RACE

Four Sisters Ultra on Mt. Siguniang features 4 courses with distances ranging from 35K up to 110K. Each route provides a unique challenge that becomes harder the longer you go, yet every course gives you the incredible breathtaking experience of Four Sisters Ultra on Mt. Siguniang. A bucket list adventure race at the highest elevations that must be experienced by adventure runners around the world!

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35K COURSE

While not an easy challenge, the 35K mountain race is the easiest and shortest route available to participate in Four Sisters Ultra on Mt. Siguniang. The course terrain features a blend of trails, dirt roads, and wooden plank pathways. The entire 35K course gives participants the incredible breathtaking views of the Mt. Siguniang peaks.

km
DISTANCE
m
ASCEND
m
DESCEND
PEAKS
CHECKPOINTS
h
CUTOFF

CHECKPOINT STATIONS

Below is a breakdown of the checkpoint and supply post stations on the 35K course, the total distance to each from the start, the gap between, the elevation ascent and descent between each station and the required cut off time to each.

站点
Site
名称
Name
海拔
Altitude
(m)
分段距离
Segmented (km)
累计距离
Accumulated (km)
分段爬升
Segmented climb
(m)
分段下降
Segmented fall
(m)
关门时间
Closing time
Start游人中心
Tourist Center
325800006:00
CP11中梁子
Zhong Liang Zi
40747.97.91066549:20
CP12枯树滩
Ku Shu Tan
35356.814.721297511:50
CP14喇嘛寺
Lamasery
3479923.716621915:10
Finish游人中心
Tourist Center
32588.732.432755718:00
累计
Accumulative total
32.41771180512H

COMPLETION RATE

Due to the challenging terrain, high altitude, and course conditions, this race has a moderate completion rate with runners making it all the way through from start to finish. Below are 2018 completion numbers for the 35K race.

Departing ParticipantsCompleting Participants35K Completion Rate
Men17716090.40%
Women1149785.09%
Total29725788.32%
  • 2018 men's top 35K finisher Zhou Qing (Taipei, China) finished the race at 03:59:45
  • 2018 women's top 35K finisher Zhang Xinyi (China) finished the race at 06:03:03

50K COURSE

Extending from the 35K course, the 50K mountain race increases the challenge by adding in both distance and elevation. The course terrain features mostly a blend of trails, dirt roads, and a section of wooden plank pathways. The entire 50K course gives participants the incredible breathtaking views of the Mt. Siguniang peaks.

km
DISTANCE
m
ASCEND
m
DESCEND
PEAKS
CHECKPOINTS
h
CUTOFF

CHECKPOINT STATIONS

Below is a breakdown of the checkpoint and supply post stations on the 50K course, the total distance to each from the start, the gap between, the elevation ascent and descent between each station and the required cut off time to each.

站点
Site
名称
Name
海拔
Altitude
(m)
分段距离
Segmented (km)
累计距离
Accumulated (km)
分段爬升
Segmented climb
(m)
分段下降
Segmented fall
(m)
关门时间
Closing time
Start游人中心
Tourist Center
000005:00
CP6打尖包
Da Jian Bao
36857.77.7518676:50
CP7八角棚海
Ba Jiao Peng Hai
43875.613.38101089:40
CP8花海子
Hua Hai Zi
37916.319.619579112:20
CP11中梁子
Zhong Liang Zi
40747.126.747919614:30
CP12枯树滩
Ku Shu Tan
35266.833.526277916:25
CP14喇嘛寺
Lamasery
3476942.516621918:40
Finish游人中心
Tourist Center
32568.751.233355721:00
累计
Accumulative Total
51.22763271716H

COMPLETION RATE

Due to the challenging terrain, high altitude, and course conditions, this race has a moderate completion rate with runners making it all the way through from start to finish. Below are 2018 completion numbers for the 45K race which has been extended to 50K in 2019.

Departing ParticipantsCompleting Participants45K Completion Rate
Men32411435.19%
Women884146.59%
Total41215537.62%
  • 2018 men's top 45K finisher Li Bo (China) finished the race at 07:57:16
  • 2018 women's top 45K finisher Zheng Liping (China) finished the race at 09:05:15

75K COURSE

Extending from the 50K course, the 75K mountain race takes participants deeper into the mountains to increases the challenge by adding longer distance and more elevation gain. The course terrain features a blend of trails, dirt roads, and a section of wooden plank pathways. The entire 75K course gives participants the incredible breathtaking views of the Mt. Siguniang peaks.

km
DISTANCE
m
ASCEND
m
DESCEND
PEAKS
CHECKPOINTS
h
CUTOFF
75K Course

CHECKPOINT STATIONS

Below is a breakdown of the checkpoint and supply post stations on the 75K course, the total distance to each from the start, the gap between, the elevation ascent and descent between each station and the required cut off time to each.

站点
Site
名称
Name
海拔
Altitude
(m)
分段距离
Segmented (km)
累计距离
Accumulated (km)
分段爬升
Segmented climb
(m)
分段下降
Segmented fall
(m)
关门时间
Closing time
Start游人中心
Tourist Center
3258000011.02 3:00
CP6打尖包
Da Jian Bao
36857.77.75186711.02 4:45
CP7八角棚海
Ba Jiao Peng Hai
43875.613.381010811.02 7:30
CP8A花海子
Hua Hai Zi
37916.319.624478811.02 10:00
CP9犀牛海
Xi Niu Hai
43075.625.25086611.02 11:50
CP10双海子
Shuang Hai Zi
4560227.23658511.02 12:50
CP8B花海子
Hua Hai Zi
37917.334.56978811.02 14:40
CP11中梁子
Zhong Liang Zi
40747.141.644624911.02 16:50
CP12枯树滩
Ku Shu Tan
35266.848.426277911.02 18:40
CP13木骡子
Mu Luo Zi
36607.155.52145411.02 20:25
CP14喇嘛寺Lamasery347610.365.812130611.02 22:50
Finish游人中心
Tourist Center
32588.774.533755711.03 1:00
累计
Accumulative total
74.53894384722H

COMPLETION RATE

Due to the challenging terrain, high altitude, and course conditions, this race has a moderate completion rate with runners making it all the way through from start to finish. Below are 2018 completion numbers for the 60K race which has been extended to 75K in 2019.

Departing ParticipantsCompleting Participants60K Completion Rate
Men1656640.00%
Women391641.03%
Total2048240.20%
  • 2018 men's top 60K finisher Lu Junfu (China) finished the race at 09:35:16
  • 2018 women's top 60K finisher Fu Xiaolei (China) finished the race at 12:35:58

110K COURSE

The biggest challenge at the highest elevation is the 110k mountain race. The 110K has a separate start line with the first 40K featuring a mostly downhill descent that eventually connects onto the 75K course, giving participants the ultimate high elevation ultramarathon challenge on one of the most beautiful mountains in the world. You really are running in the heavens.  The course terrain features a blend of trails, dirt roads, a short section on paved roads and a section of wooden plank pathways.

km
DISTANCE
m
ASCEND
m
DESCEND
PEAKS
CHECKPOINTS
h
CUTOFF
110K Course

CHECKPOINT STATIONS

Below is a breakdown of the checkpoint and supply post stations on the 110K course, the total distance to each from the start, the gap between, the elevation ascent and descent between each station and the required cut off time to each.

站点
Site
名称
Name
海拔
Altitude
(m)
分段距离
Segmented (km)
累计距离
Accumulated (km)
分段爬升
Segmented climb
(m)
分段下降
Segmented fall
(m)
关门时间
Closing time
Start红杉林
Redwood forest
3838000011.01 16:00
SP1四姑娜措
Si Gu Na Cuo
35818.68.64630311.01 17:40
CP1十七公桩
Shi Qi Gong Zhuang
3472917.64815711.01 19:25
CP2人参果坪
Ginseng fruit lawn
3347825.63816311.01 21:00
CP3大石包
Da Shi Bao
310310.736.329156011.01 24:00
CP4凼岗药
Dang Gang Yao
40505.7429793311.02 2:50
CP5吾野阿巴郎
Wu Ye A Ba Lang
31817.149.1155102311.02 5:05
CP6打尖包
Da Jian Bao
36858.357.466812411.02 7:50
CP7八角棚海
Ba Jiao Peng Hai
43885.66381214711.02 10:40
CP8花海子
Hua Hai Zi
37896.369.319379111.02 13:20
CP11中梁子
Zhong Liang Zi
40747.176.448019611.02 15:40
CP12枯树滩
Ku Shu Tan
35266.883.223277911.02 17:40
CP13木骡子
Mu Luo Zi
36607.190.32785411.02 19:40
CP14喇嘛寺
Lamasery
347610.3100.612230611.02 22:30
Finish游人中心
Tourist Center
32588.7109.333355711.03 1:00
累计
Accumulative total
109.34675519333H

COMPLETION RATE

Due to the challenging terrain, high altitude, and course conditions, this race has a moderate completion rate with runners making it all the way through from start to finish. The 100K race is the most challenging. Below are 2018 completion numbers for the 100K race.

Departing ParticipantsCompleting Participants100K Completion Rate
Men1183832.20%
Women20210.00%
Total1384028.99%
  • 2018 men's top 100K finisher Shiro Doji (China) finished the race at 15:47:00
  • 2018 women's top 100K finisher Frail Uxue (Spain) finished the race at 20:09:56

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Event Dates: October 30 to November 3, 2019