Pay attention to the instructions and the rules.
The event has a list of minimum safety equipments, which should be carried by the participant. The event organizers have a right to do random tests to check up on that participants are carrying those equipments on the course.
TimetableTapahtuman alustava ohjelma. Tiedot täydentyvät. The organiser reserves the right to make changes. Please follow this page for additional information.
9.8.2019 perjantai / On Friday
|15–22||Numeroiden jako / Bib Pickup||Kokouskeskus / Conference Centre|
10.8.2019 lauantai / On Saturday
|7–8||Numeroiden jako / Bib Pickup||Kokouskeskus / Conference Centre|
|9.00||Tunturimaraton lähtö / 42km start|
|9.15||Tunturipuolikas lähtö / 21km start|
|9.30||Tunturikymppi lähtö / 10 km start|
|11.15–11.30||Tunturipuolikkaan voittajan maaliintuloennuste / 21 km expected winner|
|12.40–13.00||Tunturimaratonin voittajan maaliintuloennuste / 42 km expected winner|
|17.00||maali sulkeutuu / finish line get closed|
|19.00||Palkintojenjako / Prize ceremony||Hotellin ravintola / Hotel's Restaurant|
The event centre is Hotel Pyhätunturi.
Bib Pickup will be arranged at Conference Centre in front of Hotel Pyhätunturi.
You will get a map, a bib number and safety pins.
If you had ordered some additional material, you’ll receive them also.
Map is not suitable for orienteering, but you can still follow your progress on the trail. Map will be printed on a waterproof paper so it doesn’t need extra cover.
The course is marked properly and tightly by the signs and the wooden sticks flagged with orange tape (height ~0,5 m). There is no need for navigation to complete the course.
Races & Map
Matkojen tiedot / Race details
|Pituus / Distance||43 km||21,5 km||10 km|
|Noususumma / Elevation||1 145 m||690 m||400 m|
Link to the map 2018
The map will be updated for 2019, but there won’t be major changes to the route – if at all.
Equipments= mandatory = advisable
We give you
- Bib – must be visible on the front side of the runner, the timing chip is included to the bib!
- Working and fully charged mobile phone protected from water with race emergency phone number +358 40 6605 281 saved
- Elastic adhesive bandage – packed water tight (minimum 6cm x 100cm)
- Water bottle or a hydration reservoir – minimum capacity of 0.5 litres
- Emergency blanket
- Water cup – to avoid wastage there are no disposable cups at the aid stations
- Emergency rations – at least 250kcal
- Mosquito repellent
- Salt – very good aid in case of stomach problems
- Blister patches, sports tape
- Toilet paper
- Shell jacket (windproof will do)
- Poles / telescopic sticks – If you decide to use, they are to be carried throughout the whole race.
There are three official aid stations in general.
Karhunjuomalampi (10km, 21km and 42km)
Huttuloma hut (21km and 42km)
Water, sports drinks, salty and sweet snacks are available at all aid stations. Aid stations will also take care of vegans, gluten-frees and those allergic to chocolate – at least. Please pay attention while signing up that you inform us about your special diets. Yet we can’t promise to be able to take account all special diets.
There are no mugs at the aid stations, but you can refill your own mug, bottles and/or water reservoir.
There are toilets here and there along the way but bring your own toilet paper.
Use of external aid is only allowed at the official aid stations.
The organiser reserves the right to make changes. Please follow this page for additional information.