HK168 is an ultra-endurance race that takes place in Hong Kong. The 168km course starts in Hok Tau on the Pat Sin Leng Country Park and covers some of the most beautiful scenery in Hong Kong, including remote villages, ancient forests, nature trails, reservoirs and steep hills.
The race course is divided into 4 major sections. The first section goes around the northeastern part of Hong Kong and then goes up to Tai Mo Shan to finish the second section at Tsuen Kam Au. The third section goes around the Tai Lam Country Park and comes back to Tsuen Kam Au. Last section starts to climb Tai Mo Shan again and crosses the Shing Mun Reservoir to finish point under the Lion Rock. The course involves a cumulative elevation gain of over 5,400 meters and the cut-off time is 50 hours. This is a unique, challenging and beautiful run for the trail running enthusiast and a chance to take part in an unforgettable event.
Event Day: 6th to 8th December 2013
Start Point: Hok Tau Campsite
Finish Point: Lion Rock Park Playground
1. Full 168 and Half 168 Categories (Individual Race):
Open - no age limit
Senior - over 35
Master - over 45
2. Relay 168 (team of 2, no age limit, each team member runs half of the full course)
Full 168 & Relay 168: 50 hours
Half 168: 28 hours