The race will now be changed to virtual run. Details will be announced in due course.

Salomon To The Top of Hong Kong Challenge 2020

General Information

28 & 29/11/2020

Start & Finish  Point
Kai Shan, Yuen Long

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Entry list


12 Hours Mountain-Ultramarathon

Run As Many Laps As YOU CAN!

Men Ultra // Women Ultra
(No age limit)
Start time: 18:00-19:00 (Nov 28)
Time limit: 12 hours


11 Laps

Men Elite // Women Elite
(No age limit)
Start time: 08:00-10:00
Time limit: 8 hours

Men Master Elite // Women Master Elite
(Age limit: 40 or above - born in 1980 & before)
Start time: 08:00-09:00
Time limit: 9 hours


7 Laps

Men Open // Women Open
(No age limit)
Start time: 10:00-12:00
Time limit: 6 hours

Men Master // Women Master
(Age limit: 40 or above - born in 1980 & before)
Start time: 09:00-11:00
Time limit: 7 hours

Entry Fee






Entry fee includes a race tee, a finisher medal (ONLY for runners finish the race within time limit) and a special souvenior from Salomon.

Shuttle Bus

There will be no Shuttle Bus service for this race.

Participants who has bought the official transportation for Tai Mo Shan, we will arrange a refund for the bus fee.


ITRA Points

For the original Tai Mo Shan race route, 40km and 26km runners who finished the race within the time limit can obtain 2 and 1 iTRA point(s) respectively. However, base on the ITRA points system, races that contain multiple loops are given penalty points. There will be no ITRA points for the TTTHK race this year.


All finishers (ONLY for runners finish the race within time limit) will receive a finisher medal.

Top 8 runners in each categories will receive a trophy and souvenirs. 

More details to be announced soon.

Race Kit Collection

Date & Time

Shop No.202, 2/F, THE FOREST, 17 Nelson Street, Kowloon, Hong Kong (3 minutes walk from Mong Kok MTR station exit E2, 8 minutes walk from Mong Kok East MTR station exit D)

Baggage deposit

1. Before going to the Start point, the runners have to drop their baggage at a non-public facility, which is not bounded by the Cap. 599G Prevention and Control of Disease (Prohibition on Group Gathering) Regulation.
2. The organizer will look after the baggage for the runners.
3. Every runner will get a plastics bag, a baggage tag with his / her bib number and a cable tie. Please place your bag inside the plastic bag and tie the plastic bag tightly with the baggage tag attached before depositing your baggage.
4. Each runner is entitled to bag deposit once and is limited to deposit one bag.
5. Please retrieve your baggage with your number bib.
6. The organizer has the right to refuse depositing valuable items and oversized bags.
7. Competitors deposit their bags at their own risk. Please do not bring any valuables. The organizer is not responsible for any losses or damages.


1. We suggest you to wear trail running shoes.
2. Wear a watch to keep time. Better with GPS function for after race evaluation.
3. In a few area the vegetation is quite thick. Do lower body protection if needed.
4. Hiking poles are not allowed due to safety concern.
5. Strongly recommend you to bring along with a water bottle or bladder and some food.
6. For safety, please bring along with a whistle and mobile phone for emergency. 

Race rules

1. Runners must complete the marked course on foot under their own power.
2. Refreshments at the WPs are reserved for runners only.
3. Number bib must be visible at all times on the outside of clothing at the front.
4. If you withdraw from the event, you must inform the race officials at the closest checkpoint.
5. If you need first aid help on the course you should call 53811226 to contact event organizer who will make every effort to retrieve you.
6. Stay on the marked course. Short cuts are strictly prohibited and runners found to be using short cuts could be disqualified.
7. Littering is prohibited. Any participant found littering will incur a time penalty at the organizers’ discretion.
8. Breaking any of the rules may incur a time penalty or disqualification. Any such penalties are at the organizers’ discretion and are final.
9. Ensure your own safety and that of others. Be considerate of other trail and road users at all times. Take great care when crossing or running on roads. If another runner is injured or in distress, please assist. The race organizer will gladly deduct from your finishing time any time spent assisting an injured or distressed fellow runner.
10. Y2Y Orienteering Development and Training Limited has its own public liability insurance. This does not include personal accident of participants. We recommend that you have your own personal accident cover.
11. The organizers reserve the right to make changes to the Event Rules, route and/or other arrangements as they deem appropriate.

Safety measures

1. There might be vehicles along a short section of the race route. Runners please KEEP LEFT.
2. The course is rocky, uneven, steep and slippery in some places. Please be careful.
3. Please keep your manners, be careful and avoid bumping into people.
4. Please bring enough food and drink. Bring your own water bottle or bladder to take away water from WPs.
5. If you feel unwell during the race, you should stop racing and seek for help from CPs.
6. The organizer has purchased Public Liability Insurance for the race. Competitors and their parents participate at their own risk. The organizer undertakes no liabilities to any personal injury. Competitors are recommended to purchase suitable insurance.

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