Rules & Terms


  1. Participants must follow the designated route marked by the organizer. Any use of shortcuts will result in disqualification from the competition.
  2. Participants’s race bib must be worn on the front of the body and must be easily visible at all times. (Do not hang or fold the race bib on the side, as the timing system will not be able to record it).
  3. Littering of any kind will result in immediate disqualification. Please respect the natural beauty of our trails and the right of everyone to enjoy them. Littering will threaten our use of the trails and the future of the race.
  4. Participants must complete the entire course under their own power and are prohibited from relying on external assistance such as pushing or pulling.
  5. Any participant who is unable to finish the race must personally inform the aid station captain of the nearest checkpoint of their decision to withdraw. This serves as official notice of a runner’s withdrawal from the race. Runners who leave the course without turning in their number will be classified as “lost,” initiating search and rescue. 
  6. First aid stations are available at checkpoints and the finish line/start line. Medical personnel have the right to stop athletes from continuing the race if it is deemed inappropriate.
  7. Participants may call the emergency contact number provided by the organizer for assistance during the race.
  8. Participants who arrive five minutes after the official race start will not be allowed to participate.
  9. Beverages provided at checkpoints will not include bottled water/cups. Participants must bring their own water bottles, containers, or hydration packs to replenish water at the aid stations.
  10. There is a baggage storage service available. Please attach the baggage tag to your belongings and hand them over to the baggage storage area. The organizer is not responsible for any loss or damage of stored belongings.
  11. Pacers and pacers' assistants are prohibited. Support personnel must provide runners with drinks, food, or any form of support within 100 meters of the checkpoints. Participants are not restricted from purchasing drinks/food from shops, restaurants, vendors, or vending machines along the way.
  12. Food and beverages provided at checkpoints are for participants only.
  13. This event is only open to individuals aged 18 or above.
  14. All registrations are non-refundable, non-transferable, and do not accept any requests to change race categories.
  15. Participants must carry with them AT ALL TIME the mandatory equipment. The organizer may conduct equipment checks during the race. Failure to comply with the kit checks will result in disqualification.
  16. In the event of amber rain, red rain, black rain, typhoon signal no. 3, typhoon signal no. 8, thunderstorms, landslides, wildfires, protests, road closures, epidemics, or other severe weather conditions, the organizer will consider the safety factors for participants and decide whether to cancel the race. In case of race cancellation due to severe weather or track conditions, the registration fee will not be refunded.
  17. The organizer reserves the right to make final decisions regarding the qualifications, modifications, and interpretations of the above rules without further notice or prior announcement.
  18. The race director has the final decision-making authority.
  19. Violations of the above rules may result in additional timing or disqualification penalties. The decision to penalize and the extent of the penalty will be determined solely by the organizing committee, and no appeals will be entertained.


  1. Participants and/or their friends and family members voluntarily participate in the event and must understand the nature of the activity and the associated risks. They have no right to claim compensation or hold the organizers and sponsors responsible for any injuries, accidents, deaths, or any form of loss resulting from participation in the event.
  2. If there are any doubts about one's physical condition, it is advisable to consult a doctor. Participants should be aware of their personal physical condition during the event and act accordingly. If any discomfort arises, participants should immediately cease the activity and seek medical attention.
  3. Public liability insurance has been purchased for the event. Participants are recommended to purchase personal accident insurance to safeguard their personal safety.
  4. During the event, participants are advised to follow the instructions of the staff. If they need to make inquiries or request assistance from the organizers, they should contact the on-site staff.
  5. Participants are required to comply with the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region of the People's Republic of China laws throughout the event.