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Maehongson Pai, Maehongson
08-10 December 2017 18:00.
A. 100 Miles8 December 2017 (6:00 PM) - 10 December 2017 (6:00 PM)
B. 100 km9 December 2017 (10:00 AM) - 10 December 2017 (6:00 PM)
C. 50 km10 December 2017 (04:00 AM) - 10 December 2017 (6:00 PM)
D. 13 km (Road)10 December 2017 (07:00 AM)
The trail running event that started from “Passion”. I once had a question and I kept repeating myself that between the trail running of 100 miles distance and creating a 100 miles trail running route, which one is more challenging, but it is not that important since I made my decision; I created the route.
My passion started from the dream I had; running the 100 miles trail. I felt and sensed the feeling of 100 km and 100 Miles Thailand. Today, I put the entire dream I have got as the ‘runner’ down, and spend most of the time creating the most challenging trail running event that challenged the participants, and me. My only dream is that… I wish to see Ultra-Trail Panoramic as the top trail running event in Asia.
This year, I added 50 km distance to the race, but this route existed but I do need sometimes to make it proper. Our team concentrated on 100 miles which make us decided not to do it last year. Importantly, we added 10 km for everyone!
Before the registration, I would like to ask you to read all the details provided below for your entertainment during the race, and for your own benefits. If there is any query, please feel free to contact us via info@teelakow.com.
Run from A to B for both distance, difference start point, but the same finish point. For 100 Miles distance, when participants run for approximately 60 km, you will see the start point of 100 km distance. After that, partner will be using the same route to the finish point.
For 10 km and 50 km, the same finish point.
Please read and understand the race policies below: (Rule Section)
Entry Fees
  • 13Km
  • 50Km
  • 100Km
  • 100Mi
  • 450 THB
  • 1,000 THB
  • 3,900 THB
  • 5,500 THB
  • 450 THB
  • 1,400 THB
  • 4,700 THB
  • 6,500 THB
  • 450 THB
  • 1,800 THB
  • 5,500 THB
  • 7,500 THB
Rule
Registration conditions
A. 100 MilesParticipants must complete 100 km distance race event at least once within 18 months. Please forward the proof of race participation via info@teelakow.com. The server will allow you to register without any checking, but on the race day, if proof of race participation is not provided, participant is prohibited from joining the race.
B. 50, 100 kmNo registration conditions
Competition and Timing
2 distancesStartFinish
A. 100 Miles (48 hours)8 December 2017 (6:00 PM)10 December 2017 (6:00 PM)
B. 100 km (32 hours)9 December 2017 (10:00 AM)10 December 2017 (6:00 PM)
C. 50 km (14 hours)10 December 2017 (4.00 AM)10 December 2017 (6:00 PM)
Start Point and Finisher Line
2 distancesStartFinish
A. 100 MilesMae Hong Son
Fern Resort
Pai distraict, Mae hong Son
(Paiwittayakarn School)
B. 100 kmBaan Mak Prik SchoolPai distraict, Mae hong Son
(Paiwittayakarn School)
C. 50 kmPai distraict, Mae hong Son
(Paiwittayakarn School)
Pai distraict, Mae hong Son
(Paiwittayakarn School)
IMPORTANT: Please read before register
  • The organizer reserves the right to change any of the details.
  • Giving your seat to other is not allowed.
  • No refund in any cases.
  • In case of your unavailability that prevents participant from joining the race, the shirt of the event will be shipped to the participant with 50 Baht shipping fee (in Thailand), and 350 Baht shipping fee (worldwide).
  • BIB and race kit collection is not allowed to be collected by third-person. Participant must collect your own BIB and race kit.
  • Accommodation booking for 10, 50, and 100 km must be in Pai district only.
  • For 100 km distance, there is a car service to the start point (Baan Mark Prik School) which will take 2 hours to reach the destination.
The departure point of 100 km is at Pai Waittayakarn school on 9 Dec. 2017 at 5:00 AM.
In case the runners prefer to be at the start point on 8 Dec. free car service will be serve if there is 10 people/car by inform us at info@teelakow.com. Runners can stay at Baan Mark Prik School but runners must prepare their own sleeping bag.
In case that there is no less than 10 people, fee of 3,000 Baht/car must be paid.
Date and Time for BIB collection
100 Miles8 December 2017 at 12:00 AM – 5:00 PM Fern Resort Mae Hong Son
10, 50, 100 km8 December 2017 at 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM (Paiwittayakarn School)
10, 50 km9 December 2017 at 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM (Paiwittayakarn School)
Left-luggage point
Bags, luggage, and belongings are to be stored with the staff on BIB collection day.
A. 100 Miles8 December 2017 at 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM @ Fern Resort Mae Hong Son
B. 100 km8 December 2017 at 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM @ Paiwittayakarn School
Quantity of left-luggage point
  • A. 100 Miles : 3 bags can be drop at these 3 points:
    • 1. Bag drop-off point at 60 km. (CP3)
    • 2. Bag drop-off point at 120 km (A6)
    • 3. Finish point at Pai Wittayakarn School.
    • All bags will be return on 10 Dec. 2017 at 3:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • B. 100 km : Bags drop-off point
    • 1 bag can be drop at the Bag drop-off point at 60 km. (A6)
    • All bags will be return on 10 Dec. 2017 at 3:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Compulsory kits
  1. A mobile phone that contains DTAC, AIS, or True Move sim card.
  2. 2 head torches with at least 150 lumens of brightness. (1 head torch is allowed, but in case of not working torch, committee has the right to stop your race until the torch is replaced.)
  3. Whistle
  4. Hydration pack (1.5 Liters)
  5. Emergency blanket
  6. Identification pills (If so)
Due to safety and security reason, please note on the following details;
We require all 50, 100 and 122km participants to proceed registration, BIB and race kit collection by yourselves but souvenir shirt can be collected by authorized person. Following document must present at the time of kit collection;

  1. Medical certificate (Fit to Run) during period 8-10 December 2017
  2. Completed ‘Waiver Form’ for the race period 8-10 December 2017
    [ Link Download ]
  3. Copy of passport or ID card
*Should you unable to collect race kit on the day, please contact
info@teelakow.com or Line ID: teelakow for alternative arrangement.

Entry is transferable by modifying participant details on the website before 5 November 2017. Here is tutorial video:

You will take all reasonable measures to protect yourself for the risks of participation and you are not suffering from condition which would prevent and/or render you unfit to participate in the event. The event organizer reserves the right to suspend or terminate the participant application should you have health issues.

For more information please feel free to contact us.
Thank you and Regards,
Teelakow Team
Tel: +66 62 324 5950
LINE ID: teelakow
E: info@teelakow.com
Race Kit
Prize
Trophy
Race Male 5 Trophy Female 5 Trophy
100Miles /
100KM   
OverallOverall
Race Male 3 Trophy Female 3 Trophy
50KM   Under 24 yrs.Under 24 yrs.
18 to 35 yrs.25 to 39 yrs.
36 to 49 yrs.40 to 49 yrs.
Over 50 yrs.Over 50 yrs.
Route
Travel
How to travel to Mae Hong Son province
  1. Distance from Mae Hong Son province and other provinces
    • Bangkok 942 kilometers
    • Chiang Rai 630 kilometers
    • Chiang Mai 350 kilometers
  2. Distance from Pai district and other provinces
    • Bangkok 824 kilometers
    • Chiang Rai 307 kilometers
    • ​Chiang Mai 150 kilometers
Traveling by car from Bangkok to Mae Hong Son province
  1. First route : Use highway number 1 until you reach Thoen district, Lampang province, then turn left to highway number 106. After that, turn left to highway number 1103, this highway will pass Hod district. After you reach Hod district, use highway number 108 to Mae Hong Son province. There is only one road, which is highway number 108, which will pass these following districts; Hang Dong, San Pa Tong, Chom Thong, Hod, Mae Sariang, Mae La Noi, and Khun Yuam district, until you reach Mueng district in Mae Hong Son province, which have the distance of approximately 349 kilometers. This route is a long route, which cut through high mountains, but this route has beautiful scenery of nature, and 1,864 curves.
  2. Second route : Use Asia highway and you will pass Nakhon Sawan, Kamphaeng Phet, and Lampang province. After that use highway number 11 until you reach Chiang Mai. From Chiang Mai to Mae Hong Son route, the route is a fond of tourists because of its beautiful scenery. Use highway number 107 to approach to Mae Taeng-Pai district. From that, turn left to Mae Taeng district using highway number 1095 or Mae Marai-Pai highway, which cut from Mae Taeng district, Chiang Mai province, until you reach Pai district, Mae Hong Son province. This route is a route that can lead to many places such as Huai Nam Dang. Moreover, this route is a macadamized route, which is very convenient.
  3. Third route : This route is shorter than the first route, but there will be no big gas stations and convenience places. When you leave Chiang Mai, use highway number 108, which passes through Hang Dong, San Pa Tong, Chom Thong, and Hod districts until you reach kilometer maker 20, then make a right turn to highway number 1088, which pass through Mae Chaem district. Make a left turn to highway number 1263 at Mae Seuk intersection. You will pass Pang Ung, Doi Mae U Kor intersection. Make a right turn to highway number 108, which pass through Mueng district.
Traveling by car from Chiang Mai to Mae Hong Son province
  1. First route Chiang Mai – Mae Marai – Pai – Mae Hong Son : From Chiang Mai’s downtown, use highway number 107 that can go to Mae Tang district. Approximately 30 kilometers to get to Mae Marai intersection. Make a left turn to highway number 1095.
    Route’s type There are many beautiful scenary, and attractions within the two sideways, which you can stop by and take pictures. There are guest houses and resorts for tourists to stay over. We would like to recommend Tha Pai Spa Camping Resort for you to take a spa bath. The distance is 285 kilometers. It will take 5 hours to reach Mae Hong Son province.
  2. Second route Chiang Mai – Hod - Mae Sariang – Khun Yuam – Mae Hong Son : This route can be called as mountainous route, with 1,864 curves and the distance of 350 kilometers. This route will take 2 hours longer than the first route, because this route is farer from Chiang Mai’s downtown, use highway number 108.
    Route’s type This route has beautiful scenery view of nature such as stair rice field or rice field that planted on the slope of the mountain.
    Disadvantages of the route The route surface is not well paved, because trucks usually use this route. The distance is longer, and there are not many attractions. WARNING, you must check your car conditions, and always fill your gas, because this route has very few gas stations.
Traveling by car from Pai to Chiang Mai : By your personal vehicle, you can use highway number 107, which pass through Mae Rim district until Mae Tang district. When you reach Mae Marai intersection, make a left turn to district number 1095. Continue using this highway until you reach Pai district. The distance in this route is approximately 103 kilometers.
Traveling by an airplane from Bangkok to Mae Hong Son
  • There are no direct flights from Bangkok to Mae Hong Son, you can land off at Chiang Mai and travel to Mae Hong Son by public transportation.
Traveling by an airplane from Bangkok – Chiang Mai – Bangkok Traveling by an airplane from Chiang Mai – Mae Hong Son
Public transportation from Bangkok – Mae Hong Son Public transportation from Bangkok – Chiang Mai – Bangkok Public transportation from Chiang Mai – Mae Hong Son Public transportation from Pai – Chiang Mai
Train transportation
There are trains available daily from Hua Lamphong train station in Bangkok. For more information, please contact:
  • State Railway of Thailand Tel: 0 2223-7010, 0 2223-7020
  • Hua Lamphong train station Tel: 0 2223 3762, 0 2220 4334
  • Chiang Mai train station Tel: 0 5324 4795, 0 5324 5363
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