Guangzhou 100 is China's first 100km ultra trail race that takes place in the center of a world-class city. With an elevation gain of 4360m, the 100km route covers major mountains and hiking trails in the center of Guangzhou including Baiyun Mountain, Maofeng Mountain, and Fenghuang Mountain, which shows the beauty of this ecological city to runners.
Mogan Ultra is the counterpart of HK100 in mainland China, which is jointly organized by the HK100 team and Kailas. This race is held in the center of Shanghai, Nanjing and Hangzhou—Moganshan Deqing County International Resort. Enjoying convenient transportation, beautiful envi-ronment and rich historical background, it has become one of the most worth-expecting events. In 2019, more than 5,000 runners took part in this race.
Location: Mt. Mogan, Zhejiang province, China
Race Date: October
Distances: 10km, 30km, 50km, 70km, 100km
Elevation gain: 5498m (100km)
ITRA points: 5 points (100km)
UTMS is one of the highest mountain ultra running races in the world. It takes place in Mt. Siguniang scenic area, Sichuan, western China, at an average altitude of 4200m. The course has a total length of over 100km and an elevation gain of over 5136m. The complexity of its terrain and weather has made it become one of the most challenging trail race in China.
Location: Mt. Siguniang, Sichuan province, China
Race Date: November
Distances: 35km, 50km, 75km, 100km
Elevation gain: 5136m (100km)
ITRA points: 4 points (100km)
Hong Kong 100 is an ultra endurance race that takes place in Hong Kong. It largely follows Hong Kong's longest major hiking route, the famous Maclehose Trail, and covers some of the most beautiful scenery in Hong Kong, including beaches, nature trails, steep hills and cityscape views. It has an elevation gain of over 5300m and the cut-off time is 32 hours.
Location: Hong Kong
Race Date: January
Distances: 56km (half), 103km (full)
Elevation gain: 5300m (full)
ITRA points: 5 points (full)