KHANABADOSH 100 – The Nomads Trail

8 May 2020 - 9 May 2020
Mashobra, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India
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trail race
100 KM
2 days
50 Runners
Difficulty:    Intermediate
ENTRY FEE:    1000 USD

Khanabadosh 100 is a unique 100km trail race set in the lower Himalayas in India. The race is in two stages and is fully supported.

The runners will get to experience local Himalayan culture with a village home stay and a traditional feast with folk music and dance. The race venue is in Mashobra which is well known for its spectacular natural beauty and mountain slopes full of wild flowers in the Himalayan spring.

The race is limited to 50 runners.

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