Is the route marked?
No. The references are the sea on the right from start to finish.
Will I walk many kilometers alone?
Yes. In some parts of the route the isolation is total. The feeling of isolation will be greater the deeper into the night they go.
What type of route do I find?
The route is essentially on the beach, with the exception of the kilometers connecting Chui and Barra do Chui, which will be on asphalt and via the RS 699.
Can I be assisted on the route?
No. Support outside the Support Bases (BA) is penalized with disqualification. Assistance outside the BA is only permitted for the Organization and for medical help.
What are the temperatures like at this time of year?
Variable and unpredictable. We have already had editions with temperatures above 35º and below 20. We have already run in rain, strong wind and thunder, under real storms of wind and rain. We have already been forced to interrupt the race for some participants because the conditions did not offer the comfort and safety that everyone deserves.
What are Support Bases?
These are places where all participants can eat, drink and rest. These are places where silence and harmony must prevail.
How many support bases are there?
They will be in quantity and quality that allow you to overcome the challenge with comfort and safety. In the case of this edition there will be 6.
What kind of supplies will I find?
At the Support Bases, BA, the organization will provide solid and liquid food in the quantity and quality necessary to replenish energy and hydrate. The organization will also take care to make available food suitable for the type of effort you are expending.
Are there supplies along the way?
Yes. However, the test must be carried out in self-sufficiency between support bases. Deliberate support outside the support bases is not permitted and results in immediate disqualification.
Can I sleep outside the support bases?
Should not. Resting outside of support bases requires special care, such as getting out of the way that most cars use. Avoid leaving the sea. Whenever it does so, it leaves a mark indicating that it is close.
How do I get to Rio Grande?
For those who are not from the state of RS, foreigners, the most practical solution is to travel by plane to Porto Alegre and then by bus to Rio Grande. The journey between the two cities can take up to 5 hours. If you are traveling in a group, it may be worth renting a car in Porto Alegre.
There are plane trips between Porto Alegre and Pelotas. Consult your travel agency. Pelotas is just over 40 minutes from Rio Grande.
How do I travel from the meeting place to the start point?
The organization provides this transportation on race day.
How do I travel after the race? Do you have a bus?
The organization provides this solution by offering, for a fee, the possibility of a bus stopping by the hotel early in the morning to take everyone to Porto Alegre Airport.
Do I have mandatory equipment?
Yes, they exist. They will be indicated in the participant guide.
Can I have the T-shirt finisher medal without having finished the race?
No. These prizes are exclusively for those who finish the race. We wouldn't be fair to those who did everything, sometimes in extreme conditions, to finish the race.
What is the maximum test time?
54 hours is the maximum time to complete the entire race distance.
Do I have to take batteries?
We recommend that you do so. Bring batteries so that your equipment, such as headlights, works whenever you need them.
Are there time barriers?
The time barriers between support bases will be indicated in the participant guide to be sent days before the race. They are to be fulfilled by everyone.
What do I need to participate?
Have adequate physical condition and be prepared for the difficulties of the race. It is also necessary not to suffer from any health problems that limit the practice of ultra sports. endurance.