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环济州岛越野挑战赛

环济州岛越野挑战赛

  • 2017-10-14 06:00:00开始
  • 韩国/South Korea,济州国立大学

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赛事信息

比赛时间:2017年10月14-15日

比赛地点:韩国济州岛

TRANSJEJU是一项在韩国济州火山岛上进行的超级越野赛,选手将穿越汉拿山国家公园(联合国教科文组织认证世界文化遗产),赛道变化无穷,在不同的海拔有1800多种亚热带、温带和亚北极植物,哈拉火山(韩国最高的山),四季分明,展示给选手层次丰富的景色。环绕这座山的山峰是世界上最大的朝鲜冷杉森林,也就是现在最流行的圣诞树。赛道的景色非常壮观,有水面如镜的Baekrokdam火山湖,还有怪石林立的Youngsil Gaim峡谷。

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赛事总监


Byeung-sik Ahn是是第一届Trail Jeju以及TNF Korea (2016)的赛事总监,居住在济州岛,深知岛上的路况路线,是第一个完成UTMB的韩国人。

Clement Dumont 是2000名选手参赛的第六届香港Translantau赛事总监, 他也是Asia Trail杂志的创始人兼总编辑。 2013年与妻子萨布里娜(Samrina)共同创办了总部位于香港的Asia Sport Connection

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报名费

TransJeju 100公里:USD 150

TransJeju 50公里:USD 80

TransJeju 10公里:USD 35

报名100公里,50公里需提供健康证明;100km报名后或2017年9月15日之前上传成绩证书;比赛当天不接受报名。


项目介绍

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TransJeju100

100公里项目覆盖Hallasan National Park最美丽的小径,累计海拔高达3,400米。这是一个具有挑战性的赛道,需要足够的训练才能在28小时内完赛。这条路线包括Hallasan火山(1950m)的陡峭的爬升,沿路有火山口的壮丽景色。

赛事是半自给自足形式(赛道共设9个补给站),要求选手携强制性装备。报名参赛100km需提交最近2年内100km越野赛完赛证书或者在50公里越野赛12小时以内完赛的成绩证明。


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发枪时间:2017年10月14日  星期六   上午6时 (关门时间:28小时); 

起跑地点:济州国立大学

比赛报道和酒店入住:Jeju Palace Hotel  星期五   下午5点开始    (距离济州机场有10分钟车程)

关门时间28小时,相应地设置几个检查点强制关门,以确保所有的选手在此时间限制内到达终点。

计时点食物清单:赛前公布


TransJeju 50

50km项目覆盖济州岛的汉拿山国家公园,可欣赏到2,300米的高程。也是一个具有挑战性的轨迹,其中哈拉森火山的1500米爬升。比赛半是自给自足(赛道共设4个补给站),要求选手携强制性装备。

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开始时间:2017年10月14日 星期六 上午6时(关门时间:12小时);

起跑地点:济州国立大学

比赛报道和酒店入住:   Jeju Palace Hotel  星期五   下午5点开始    (距离济州机场有10分钟车程)

关门时间12小时,相应地设置几个检查点强制关门,以确保所有的选手在此时间限制内到达终点。

报名参赛需提交最近2年内50公里越野赛完赛成绩证明。

计时点食物清单:赛前公布


TransJeju 10

10公里的路线穿过济州岛西西里浦西里里村,累计海拔高达300米。加西里村在韩国拥有最美丽的跑道地形。可以体验济州岛的Oreum,农场和草原,村庄必看景点之一的Gammajang路就完美呈现了济州岛及其周边美丽的风景。

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上午8:00,免费的摆渡巴士从 Jejusi Sport complex和Seogwiposi 1Ho gwangjang出发

开始时间:2017年10月15日 星期日 上午10时(时间限制:3小时);

起跑地点:Jeju Horse Park

比赛报道和行李寄存:星期日上午八点开始,位于Gasiri的Jeju Horse Park

10km比赛时间表

08:00                       摆渡车出发(起点Jejusi Sport complex,Seogwiposi 1Ho gwangjang)

08:00-09:30       入场(Jeju Horse Park

10:00                       比赛开始

12:00                       颁奖

13:00                       关门,摆渡车出发(到 Jejusi Sport complex,Seogwiposi 1Ho gwangjang)


活动安排

10公里

10月15日 星期日

08:00〜09:30 号码簿发放(Jeju Hourse Park,Gasiri,Jeju)

10:00〜起跑

12:00〜颁奖

13:00〜关门

13:10〜班车出发


50公里,100公里

10月13日星期五

17:00〜21:00:强制装备检查+ 号码簿发放(Jeju Palace Hotel

18:00〜19:00:比赛简报

10月14日星期六

05:00~摆渡车从Jeju Palace Hotel 出发

05:30〜准备开始(强制装备检查等)

06:00〜50km,100km 起跑

18:00〜50km组关门

18:10〜50km颁奖

 

10月15日星期日

10:00〜100km关门

10:10〜100km颁奖

其他信息

入住在 Jeju Palace Hotel (从市中心乘坐出租车(约7美元左右)约需15分钟)。


规则和装备要求

赛事为半自给自足形式,参赛选手需于整个比赛过程中携带大会指定装备。比赛不设中途补给包寄存和提取,支援人员只限于各个检查站提供支援。检查站以外不允许支援(如发现参赛选手于检查站以外领取食物或饮料,将对参与者予以惩罚)。

参加TransJeju100 / 50km表示完全接受赛事规程。赛事期间会有随机的装备检查,如果缺少任何一项,赛事监理会酌情决定取消其参赛资格。

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救治和医疗援助

急救站设于赛道不同位置,可参看大会地图。 比赛期间将有医疗队伍值班。

如果在比赛过程中出现不宜作赛或严重受伤的情况,请及时寻求协助:

    自行到急救站

    致电赛事总监

    寻求其他参赛者协助,代为通知急救站工作人员。

发挥互助精神,若遇上其他参赛者受伤或不适,应加以援手并通知急救站的工作人员。

紧记:由于赛道的某些地方比较难以到达,可能会延长等待救援的时间。因此,等待救援期间,参赛选手的安全将取决于跟身的指定装备之品质。

参赛选手在选择求助医疗队伍后,将被视为同时授权并接受医疗队伍的决定。

急救人员特别授权

    终止不适宜继续比赛的选手继续行进(记录号码布号码并退出赛事)。

    在必要时撤离参赛者。

    如有医疗需要,将参赛者送院治理。

紧急救援和接载的费用将由被救的参赛者承担,其中包括救援人员来回救援的费用。

在无法联络赛事总监的情况下,可以直接拨打救援电话(特别身处不在移动网络覆盖范围内,请使用« 紧急呼救 »

参赛者应紧随标示赛道前进。即使休息时,每位参赛选手都必须留在赛道上。任何一个参赛选手如果擅自偏离赛道而导致任何意外,主办单位将不为其承担任何责任。​


检查站

1、每位选手都配有一个号码布,整个比赛中应处于衣服前面或清晰可见的位置。 一经发现选手没有号码布即会受到惩罚,每个检查站都提供茶点(饮料和食物)。

2、为了避免在比赛期间浪费一次性塑料杯或者纸杯,选手需自备水瓶或水袋。 鉴于选手的数量,一次性杯子会在前两个检查点分发。

3、善用每个检查站提供的垃圾桶,严禁赛道上乱扔垃圾,被发现将予以处分 。


寄存包裹

选手包中有一个行李牌,必须在行李牌填上您的参赛编号、手机号码与紧急联系号码。比赛当天早上可寄存行李于大会帐篷并于赛后取回。


退赛

除了受伤之外,选手不得在检查站以外的其他地方退赛。因此,他必须通知负责检查站的人员,比赛号码布作废,并重置电子芯片。

公共大巴车可到达大多数检查站, 因此,从比赛中退赛的选手将被送到最接近的公共汽车/火车(每个跑步者必须有现金 - 见强制性设备)。 在公共汽车/火车时刻表之外,主办单位将安排班机在不同的检查站接送跑步者。 请注意,座位数量有限,优先考虑受伤的退赛选手带回终点处。

路线将在交叉口用丝带和箭头标记, 为了更好的夜视,标记物包括一部分反光材料,很容易用前照灯看到, 建议您随身携带地图。

选手必须遵循带有标记的路径,不能走任何捷径,一经发现都将受到惩罚或取消资格的处罚。


交通和住宿

如何到达起点

#摆渡车

摆渡巴士,从 Jeju Palace Hotel到起终点。

 #出租车

从市中心15分钟

#公交车

济州城际巴士总站 - Seongpanak

- 乘坐781或781-1巴士(济州,Seongpanak,Seogui),在Jeu international University(韩国济州谷口德哈克)巴士站下车。

所需时间:约40分钟

※时间和行程可能会有调整。

酒店住宿

我们的官方酒店合作伙伴 Jeju Palace Hotel,贴心为参赛选手提供每晚优惠价格70美元的双人房。

酒店位于济州市中心迷人的地区,坐落在一个完美的位置。有美丽的海滩和当地渔船提供的壮观海洋灯光秀的美景。客人可以方便地前往济州的餐厅和观光景点以及最大的传统市场(东门市场)。更方便的事开车到济州机场仅10分钟,距济州港仅5分钟车程。

请注意,我们将提供摆渡巴士,从济州宫酒店到起终点。

地址:济州市济州市Tapdong-ro 9号

要以特别优惠的价格预订房间,请在官方酒店网站上提交预订表,并确保在备忘录栏中注明“我是TransJeju's Runner”。客人必须在办理入住手续时付款。


完赛奖励

100公里和50公里所有关门时间内的完赛选手都将获得奖牌。

奖励100公里、50公里和10公里各组女子前三、男子前三


徒步指南

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环山路

位于朝鲜半岛南端,汉拿山高度为1950米,是韩国最高的山。主要由玄武岩组成的休眠火山形成。壮观Baekrokdam(充满湖气的火山口)山腰上覆盖着高山植物和郁郁葱葱的树木。

山脉的特点是雄伟的悬崖,陡峭的斜坡,有趣的岩层,特别是无数的五颜六色的杜鹃花。周围的霍拉山周围有360多个小山(济州方言的独特形状的火山,名为“Oreum”),给游客带来新的体验。众多山脉与汉拿山一起,1952年被正式命名为汉拿山自然保护区。

汉拿山有六条远足路。东部的Seongpanak Trail和北部的Gwaneumsa Trail一直延伸到峰会(Baekrokdam)。要求不太严格的徒步旅行的人可经过较短的小径到达山中间。所有路径相对较短(不到10公里),可以在不到一天的时间内登上山顶。不过,建议参观者如果计划在山顶举行徒步活动,要确认下景区营业时间,一天中的开放时间有限。也要多关注其他更受欢迎的一些路线的信息。

* Gwaneumsa Trail(北)-Summit Trail

Gwaneumsa Trail提供徒步旅行者对Hallasan深谷和令人惊叹的地形的最佳景观。沿途的中途线是Guringul(一个熔岩洞穴)和Tamna谷。在秋天,谭娜山谷特别美丽,当叶子发生变化时,冬天当整个地区都在下雪的时候。

 * Seongpanak Trail (东)—Summit Trail

这个相对较长的有轻微坡度是初学者的首选。郁郁葱葱的阔叶树从殴打的太阳中呈现阴凉,在春天,杜鹃花绽放,将山腰变成了令人眼花缭乱的色彩。

* Eorimok Trail (西北)

这个稍短的路线是初学者的另一个相对容易的选择。在春天,附近的草地上装饰着红色的皇家杜鹃花。从石通道到曼山洞,可以欣赏到壮丽的乡村景色和岛屿的标志性的奥列姆斯(Oreums)。

* Yeongsil Trail (西南)

哈拉桑的最短路线,这条小径拥有Yeongsilgiam(一系列不寻常的岩层的壮观的悬崖)。充满活力的秋叶,杜鹃花和皇家杜鹃花覆盖着整个春季和十月后的秋季。

 

旅游指南

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   Jungmun resort

    Seongsan ilchulbong (sunrise peak)

    Manjang-gul volcanic cave

    Song-ak mountain

    Jeju museum of art


退赛说明

报名成功后无法退款。但可以在2017年9月1日之前可将您的报名项目转让给可代替的选手,额外支付10美元的转让费用。

                                                            

 Transjeju组委会   

  2017年8月

 

   

English Information


 Info

Race DateOCTOBER 14-15, 2017        

Race LocationJeju Island - South Korea 

TRANSJEJU is an ultra distance trail event on the volcanic island Jeju, South Korea. Participants will run  through the Hallasan National Park (UNESCO World Heritage), which is extremely diverse: at various altitudes there are more than 1,800 species of subtropical, temperate and subarctic plants flourishing on the Halla volcano (the highest mountain in South Korea) that change distinctly with four seasons, offering runners ever-changing scenery. Surrounding the mountain’s peak is the world’s largest forest of Abies Koreana, which have become popular today as Christmas trees. This ultra offers majestic views, including the crater lake called Baekrokdam and Youngsil Giam, a cliff composed of weird-shaped rocks.

Race Directors

Byeung-sik Ahn is the race director of the stage race Trail Jeju and the former race director of TNF Korea (2016). He lives on Jeju island and has a deep knowledge of the trail network on the island. He is the first South Korean to have finished UTMB.

Clement Dumont is the race director of in Hong Kong, a trail event on its 6th edition with 2,000 runners. He is also the founder and editor-in-Chief of Asia Trail magazine. Clement is based in Hong Kong where he founded the event company Asia Sport Connection with his wife Sabrina in 2013.


Registration

fee

TransJeju 100km: USD 150

TransJeju 50km:   USD 80

TransJeju 10km:   USD 35

You must provide a medical certificate for the 100km and 50km.

You can upload the certificate upon registration or after but no later than September 15, 2017.

 

NO registration on race day.


THE RACE

TransJeju100

The 100-km Transjeju covers the most scenic trails of the Hallasan National Park on Jeju Island, for a cumulative elevation gain of 3,400 meters. This is a challenging trail run which requires adequate training to complete the full route within 28 hours. The route includes the steep climb of the Hallasan volcano (1,950m) with a breathtaking view of the crater.

This race is semi-self sufficiency (9 refreshment posts are located along the route) with mandatory gear (check here). To enroll for the TransJeju100, you must be a finisher of a 100km trail race OR a 50-km trail race in <12h within the last 2 years.

 

STARTING TIME AND LOCATION

Starting time and location:  Saturday October 14, 2017 at 6:00 am (Time limit: 28h); Jeju International University.

Race check-in and bag drop will start on Friday at 5:00pm at Jeju Palace hotel.

Jeju Palace hotel is located 10min taxi from Jeju airport.

The maximum time allowed to complete is 28 hours. Cut-off at several check points are set accordingly to ensure that all runners cross the finish line within this time limit.

FOOD LIST AT CP: available closer to the event

 

TransJeju 50

The 50-km TransJeju covers the scenic trails of the Hallasan National Park on Jeju Island, for a cumulative elevation gain of 2,300 meters. This is a challenging trail run which includes the 1,500m ascent of the Hallasan volcano.

This race is semi-self sufficiency (4 refreshment posts are located along the route) with mandatory gear (check here).

 

​STARTING TIME AND LOCATION

Starting time and location:  Saturday October 14, 2017 at 6:00 am (Time limit: 12h); Jeju International University.

Race check-in and bag drop will start on Friday at 5:00pm at Jeju Palace Hotel.

Jeju Palace Hotel is located 10min taxi from Jeju Airport.

The maximum time allowed to complete is 12 hours. Cut-off at several check points are set accordingly to ensure that all runners cross the finish line within this time limit.

FOOD LIST AT CP: available closer to the event

 

TransJeju 10

About the 10KM Course

The 10-km course of Transjeju traverses Seogwiposi Gasiri village on Jeju Island, for a cumulative elevation gain of 300 meters. Gasiri village possesses the most beautiful trail running terrain in Korea. Visitors experience Jeju Island's Oreum, farm and grassland. Gammajang path, one of the village's must-see attractions, offers a wonderful introduction to the beautiful scenery of Jeju Island and its surroundings.

 

STARTING TIME AND LOCATION

Starting time and location: Sunday October 15, 2017 at 10:00 am (Time limit: 3h); Jeju Horse Park in Gasiri.

Race check-in and bag drop will start on Sunday at 8:00pm at Jeju Horse Park in Gasiri.

The free shuttle bus from Jejusi Sport complex and Seogwiposi 1Ho gwangjang departs at 8:00am

 

Schedule of 10KM Race

​​   08:00                    Shuttle bus departs(Jejusi Sport complex, Seogwiposi 1Ho Gwangjang)

08:00-09:30              Race check-in(Jeju Horse Park in Gasiri)

   10:00                    10km Race start

   12:00                    10km Award

   ​13:00                    10km Race Finish and Shuttle bus departs(to Jejusi sports complex and Seogwiposi 1Ho Gwangjang)


Event Schedule

10km

Sunday, October 15

08:00 ~ 09:30 Bib Distribution(Jeju Hourse Park in Gasiri, Jeju)

10:00 ~ 10km Start

12:00 ~  Awards(10K)

13:00 ~ End of  2017 Trans Jeju 10K

13:10 ~ Shuttle Bus Departs

 

50km, 100km

Friday, October 13

17:00 ~ 21:00 : Mandatory Gear Check + Bib Distribution(Jeju Palace Hotel)

18:00 ~19:00 : Race briefing

 

 Saturday, October 14

05:00      Shuttle Bus departs from Palace Hotel  to start point

05:30~  Ready for Start(Mandatory gear check etc)

06:00 ~ 50km, 100km Start

18:00 ~ End of 2017 Trans Jeju 50K

18:10 ~ Awards(50K)

 

Sunday, October 15

10:00 ~  End of 2017 Trans Jeju 100K

10:10 : Awards(100K)

 

Other info

Check-in point will be Jeju Palace Hotel.

I will take about 15 minutes by taxi (coasts about USD 7) from downtown.


RULES & EQUIPMENT

Runners are required to be semi self-sufficient, and must have their mandatory equipment with them at all times during the race. There won’t be drop bag on the course and support crew can only provide food/drinks at the check points. NO outside assistance is authorized beyond the limits of the check points (any food/drinks found on the course will be collected by the staff and the participant responsible will be penalized). Pacer and support runners are strictly prohibited.  The participant may be penalized or disqualified for breaches of the rules.

Taking part in the TransJeju100/50 involves accepting without reservation the current regulations and the ethic of the race. There will be random gear checks during the event and if you are missing any item you will incur a penalty up to the disqualification, on the discretion to the race directors.

Mandatory equipment for the 100km:

    Stock of water minimum 1 litre (bottle or bladder)

    Two headlamps with replacement batteries

    Long sleeve layer OR arm sleeves

    Jacket with a waterproof membrane

    Warm gloves

    Warm hat OR bandana

    Mobile phone

    Whistle

    Food reserve (min. 200 cal.)

    Cash

    Race number (phone numbers of the organizers will be on your bib)

    Personal cup.  To avoid the wastage of plastic cups at the checkpoints, you must bring your cup along in order to enjoy the different beverages offered (soda, soup, tea, coffee).

    Survival blanket (recommended 1.40m x 2m)

    Adhesive elastic band for strapping (min. 80cm x 3 cm)

 

Mandatory equipment for the 50km:

    Stock of water minimum 1 litre (bottle or bladder)

    One headlamp with replacement batteries

    Waterproof jacket

    Mobile phone

    Whistle

    Food reserve (min. 200 cal.)

    Cash

    Race number (phone numbers of the organizers will be on your bib)

    Personal cup.  To avoid the wastage of plastic cups at the checkpoints, you must bring your cup along in order to enjoy the different beverages offered (soda, soup, tea, coffee).

 

Strongly recommended:

    Hiking poles. If you decide to use poles, you must keep them throughout the whole race. It is forbidden to start without poles and recover them up along the way.

    A long sleeves layer in the case of cold weather, rain or injury

    First Aid kits (band, disinfectant, blister pads)

    Sunscreen

    Even though the organiser is covered by liability insurance, participants are strongly recommended to enroll in their own insurance coverage plan. 

 

RESCUE AND MEDICAL ASSISTANCE

First aid posts are positioned at different points throughout the course. A medical control team is present during the entire duration of the event.

If it appears that a runner is in difficulty or seriously injured to call for assistance:

    go in person to a first aid point

    phone the course organizer

    ask another runner to alert the first aid team

It is essential that each runner helps anybody in danger and alerts the first aid point.

Do not forget, that due to the difficulty of access of certain locations, one might have to wait for assistance for longer than anticipated. Your security, therefore, depends upon the quality of the materials that you have in your bag pack.

A runner calling on the medical team must submit himself to its authority and undertake to accept its decisions.

The first-aiders are authorized especially:

    To put any competitor unfit to continue with the event out of the race (by invalidating the race bib).

    To evacuate runners whom they judge in danger, by any means at their disposal.

    To hospitalize at their convenience any runners whose state of health requires it.

Expenses incurred, resulting from emergency assistance or evacuation, are payable by the person rescued who is also responsible for all costs relating to their return from the area to where they were rescued.

If for any reason it is impossible to make contact with the course organizer, you can directly call the rescue services (especially if you find yourselves in a zone « emergency call only » as several sections do not have mobile network coverage).

Each runner must stay on the way-marked paths, even if to rest for a while. Any runner who voluntarily leaves such paths is no longer under the responsibility of the organizer.


CHECKPOINTS

Every runner will be provided with a race bib, and the race bib must be clearly visible and worn on the front and outside of the clothing during the entire race. Runners will be penalized for not having their race bibs with them at all times.

Refreshments (drinks and foods) are offered at each checkpoint.

To avoid the wastage of disposable plastic cups during the race, every runner has to equip himself with bottles or bladders. Due to the volume of runners, disposable cups will be distributed at the first two checkpoints.

Any runner seen littering along the route will be penalized. Trashcans are provided at every checkpoint.

 

DROP BAGS

Drop bag only at the start/finish. A bag tag is provided in your race pack. You must write on the tag your race number, your mobile number as well as your emergency number. On the morning of the race there will be tents where you can drop your bag that you will recover at the finish.

 

DROPPING OUT OF THE RACE

Except for injuries, a runner must not retire anywhere else other than at a checkpoint. He must therefore inform the person in charge of the checkpoint, who will definitively invalidate his race bib and recuperates the electronic chip.

Most check points are easily accessible by public transportation. Therefore, the runner who retires from the race will be redirected to the closest public bus/train (each runner must have cash – see mandatory equipment). Outside bus/train schedule, the organizer will arrange a shuttle to pick up runners at the different checkpoints. Note that the shuttle may experience delays in bringing the retired runners back to the finish area. Injured runners will have the priority if the numbers of seats are limited.

 

COURSE MARKERS

The route will be marked with ribbons and arrows at intersections. For better night vision, the markers include a section of reflective material, which will be easily visible with a headlamp. It is recommended to bring the map with you.

It is imperative that you follow the paths with the markers without taking any short cuts. Any runner seen taking a short cut along the route will be penalized/disqualified.


Transport & ACCOMMODATION


HOW TO GET TO THE START

 #1 Shuttle bus

We will offer a shuttle bus picking up runners from Jeju Palace Hotel to the start/ finish point.

 #2 TAXI

​15min from downtown

#3 BUS

Jeju Intercity Bus Terminal - Seongpanak

-Take Bus No. 781 or 781-1 (Jeju, Seongpanak, Seogui), and get off at Jeu international University(Jeju Gukje Dehak in Korean) Bus Stop.

Travel time: approx. 40 min

※ Time and schedules are subject to change.

 

Accommodation

Our Official Hotel Partner, Jeju Palace Hotel, is delighted to offer our runners a special discounted price of US$70 per night for a room with 2 guests.

Located in the lovely area of Downtown Jeju, Jeju Palace Hotel sits in a wonderful location. The hotel is blessed with a great view of a beautiful beach and spectacular marine light show presented by local fishing boats. Guests enjoy easy access to restaurants and sightseeing as well as the biggest traditional market (Dongmun Market Place) in Jeju. Additional convenience comes in the form of a short 10 minute drive to Jeju airport and 5 only minutes to Jeju harbor.

Kindly note that we will offer a shuttle bus picking up runners from Jeju Palace Hotel to the start/ finish point.

Address:         9, Tapdong-ro, Jeju-si, Jeju-do

Homepage:   www.cjpalace.co.kr

To book a room at the special discounted price, please submit the reservation form on the Official Hotel Website and make sure to state  "I am a TransJeju's Runner" in the Memo field. Payment will be made upon check-in.


CATEGORIES

​All finishers of the 100km and 50km will receive a Finisher medal.

Awards for 100km and 50km

Women top 3

Men  top 3


Awards for 10km:

Women top 3

Men top 3

 

Things to do around the area

Surrounding Trails  

Situated on the southern tip of the Korean Peninsula, Hallasan is 1,950m in height and is the highest mountain in South Korea. Formed from volcanic activity, the mountain is a dormant volcano made mostly of basalt. Home to the magnificent Baekrokdam (lake-filled crater), the mountainside is covered with alpine flora and lush trees.

 

The mountain is characterized by majestic cliffs, steep slopes, interesting rock formations, and, in particular, myriads of colorful azaleas. There are over 360 small mountains (uniquely-shaped volcanic mountains called “Oreum” in Jeju dialect) surrounding Halla Mountain that offer new delights to visitors with the coming of each new season. Along with Hallasan, the oreums were officially named the Hallasan Natural Protection Area in 1966.

 

There are six hiking trails along Hallasan. Seongpanak Trail on the east and Gwaneumsa Trail in the north go all the way up to the summit (Baekrokdam). Those looking for a less rigorous hike are advised to take the shorter trails reaching midway up the mountain. All trails are relatively short (less than 10km) and can be hiked in less than a day. Visitors are advised, however, to start early in the morning if planning on hiking up to the summit and to check official operating hours, as some trails are only open during certain hours of the day. Keep reading for information on some of the most popular trails.

 

* Gwaneumsa Trail (North)—Summit Trail

Gwaneumsa Trail offers hikers the best view of Hallasan’s deep valleys and stunning terrain. Midway along the trail is Guringul (a lava cave) and Tamna Valley. Tamna Valley is especially beautiful during the fall when the leaves are changing and during the winter when the entire area lays under a dusting of snow.

 

* Seongpanak Trail (East)—Summit Trail

This relatively long, gently sloping trail is perfect for beginners. Lush broadleaf trees give shade from the beating sun and in spring the azaleas bloom and turn the mountainside into a dazzling array of color.

 

* Eorimok Trail (Northwest)

This short trail is another relatively easy trail for beginners. In spring, the nearby meadows are adorned with red royal azaleas. From the stone pathway to Mansedongsan visitors can catch a breathtaking panoramic view of the countryside and the island’s signature Oreums.

 

* Yeongsil Trail (Southwest)

As the shortest trail in Hallasan, this trail boasts Yeongsilgiam (a spectacular cliff with series of unusual rock formations). It is covered with azaleas and royal azaleas in spring and vibrant autumn foliage starting in October.

 

Tourist Sites :

    Jungmun resort

    Seongsan ilchulbong (sunrise peak)

    Manjang-gul volcanic cave

    Song-ak mountain

Jeju museum of art


Cancellation policy

No refund will be provided for request of cancellation. However, you are able to transfer your entry to anyone else with a USD10 administration fee up to 1 September, 2017.  Please note that it is each participant's responsibility to find a replacement.

 

Transjeju  Organizing Committee 

August 2017 

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