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8th GlobalLimits Cambodia - The Ancient Khmer Path

November 29, 2019 # 8
The event starts at 15:00.

220km – 6 stages
Strictly limited entries only!
Add the ultimate highlight to your running career by combining the adventure of a challenging run with unique and impressive insights into an ancient culture!

Witness the amazement in children’s eyes when they watch you run through their aboriginal villages!

Experience the beauty of unspoiled nature and wildlife in a country that still is one of the world’s best kept secrets!

Start the race in Buddhist temple were monks will be wishing you the best of luck for the race, camp in ancient temples which served as filming location for the movie “Indiana Jones” and refresh your senses underneath 25m high waterfalls.

Run through temple ruins built more than 1000 years ago and finish the race in front of the world heritage site of Angkor Wat!

Finally, relax in a 5***** boutique hotel and join the award banquet with an impressive local cultural show!

Do not miss this unbelievable and unforgettable experience!

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The number for participants for the whole event is capped to 50.


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8th GlobalLimits Cambodia - The Ancient Khmer Path

November 29, 2019 (Friday) - 15:00
Multiday Race
220 kilometers
2,000 meters
4 ITRA Points
Phnom Penh ( )
Sangkat Nokor Thum
Trail Point to Point Countryside Forest UTMB qualifier Solo
The number for participants for the race is capped to 50.

Most of the route is on off-road tracks with partly sandy ground, gravel or forest soil. Only in very few cases (mostly in the area of Angkor), will there be asphalted ground.

Depending on the amount of rain falls parts of the track can be muddy. In this case, please be aware that you might have to cross some deeper water holes.

The course is mostly flat and you will be faced with only two significant ascents only, one to 430m, the other to 212m. The same applies for decents.

Two major traffic roads have to be crossed. Please be careful when crossing!!!

En route, you will go through numerous small villages. Please do not take any food or beverage from the locals.

Usually locals use their motorbike on the tracks, so please be aware of that.

As Angkor is a very famous tourist destination, some road traffic during the last stage in the area of Angkor can be expected.