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云南 迪庆 德钦
云南 迪庆 德钦


 Meili Ultra Endurance Race 2019


About the run

The Meili100 Endurance Race is the premier adventure event, a bucket list race that must be experienced by trail running enthusiast. 

Featuring a challenging high altitude running experience that takes place on some of the most breathtaking mountains in the world, the Meili Snow Mountains or Kawagarbo Mountains , part of the grand Himalayan Mountain range bordering Tibet in China.

The Meili100 Endurance Race is an ultra trail running of 96 kilometers in length, plus 6000 meters of climb, at an average elevation of over 3000 m. The run is held on a famous course on dirt trails,gravel and cross country in Northwest Yunnan world-wide known as Shangri-La, China. In 2019 May 31-June 1 

The run starts and ends in Feilai Temple, Deqin county and travels through the village of  Yongzong, Xidang, and the Mystery Place of Yunbeng, crossing a major pass in the 3700 m. The highest point on the course being the 3880 m of Ice Lake, the magnificent view point Mystery Fall and Ice Lake must travel above 3000 m of elevation with 2 times return to Yubeng. The run has been held in late May of each year beginning in 2014.

This course offers a graduate level challenge for endurance runs. The course is designed to provide extreme challenges in altitude, steepness, and remoteness. Mountaineering, wilderness survival and wilderness navigation skills are as important in this event as your endurance.



As it is known by local residents and pilgrims, or Kawagebo Peak , is the highest mountain in the Chinese province of Yunnan.

It is located on the border between Deqin County, Yunnan, and the counties of Zogang and Zayü of the Tibet Autonomous Region. 

It rises about 20 kilometres west of Shengping Town the seat of Deqin County, which lies on China National Route 214. What is now Deqin County has been part of Yunnan since the 1720s, when the current border with Tibet was established by the early Qing Dynasty.

 Kawagarbo is one of the most sacred peaks in the Tibetan world and is often referred to as Nyainqênkawagarbo to show its sacredness.


Kawagarbo is one of the most sacred mountains for Tibetan Buddhism as the spiritual home of a warrior god of the same name. It is visited by 20,000 pilgrims each year from throughout the Tibetan world  many pilgrims circumambulate the peak, an arduous 240 km trek.Although it is important throughout Tibetan Buddhism, it is the local Tibetans that are the day-to-day guardians and stewards of Kawagarbo, both the deity and the mountain.

The ancestral religion of the Kawagarbo area, as in much of Tibet, was Bön, a shamanistic tradition based on the concept of a world pervaded by good and evil spirits. Bön encompassed numerous deities and spirits which are still recognized today, and are often connected with specific geographical localities and natural features; the major mountain peaks in the Hengduan Mountains are thus all identified with specific deities. Kawagarbo is one of these. Since its introduction, Tibetan Buddhism has been the dominant religion of the Kawagarbo area, with followers of Gelugpa doctrine being the most common.

Tibetans believe the warrior god will leave them if human sets foot on the peak of Kawagarbo, making the ground unholy. Disasters will follow as they lose god's protection. Tibetans have also established a centuries-old sacred geography around the peak, maintained by religious leaders from local monasteries in negotiation with local villages. This sacred natural site preserves the natural resources and ecological health of the range.


Experience Section 8K

             Elevation       200M+  

             Cut-off           4 hours to Finish Line

 MeiLi Senior Adventurist  27K

             Elevation       1830M+

             Cut-off           10 hours to Finish Line

 MeiLi Superior Challenger  67.5K 

              Elevation      4500M+ 

              Cut-off          10 hours to CP9 

                                   14 hours to CP12

                                   20 hours to Finish Line

  MeiLi Exterme Master  101K

              Elevation      5750M+

              Cut-off          5 hours to CP2 

                                   10 hours to CP5 

                                   15 hours to CP9

                                   20 hours to CP12

                                   26 hours to Finish Line, 101k 

  MeiLi Extraordinary Elite 101K

             2 Sections Rally in 2 Days

             Total Elevation               5750m+

             1st Section Distance      48.5K

             Section Cut-off               18hours

             2nd Section Distance      52.5K

             Section Cut-off               15hours

     Start & Finish

Each group starts at same place, Feilai Temple

but 27.5K finish at CP6 the Lower Yubeng village, runners could stay at village over night then hike out to CP12 the nearest Pick-Up point next day.

(payment of accommodation and diet in Yubeng is excluded from registration fee)

(Pick-Up sevice is extra charged by locals, pre-order is needed)


MeiLi Exterme Master  101K

MeiLi Extraordinary Elite 101K

MeiLi Superior Challenger  67.5K

MeiLi Senior Adventurist  27K

Race Course 3D video(100K

————— REQUIREMENTS —————


  Age limits for Competition Sections   (not for 8K section) From 18 years old to 60 years old.

  Race Certification or iTRA points need    to be provided

  Without any Cardiovascular and Cerebrovascular disease

  Mandatory Gear

      Mobile/cell phone with Chinese SIM card 

      (keep the phone on, don't mask your number and don't forget to leave with the battery fully charged)

      Charge Pal

      Survival blanket of 1.40m x 2m minimum

      Self adhesive elasticated bandage which can serve as a bandage or strapping (minimum 100 cm x 6 cm)

      Supply of water of 1 litre minimum 

      Food reserve with 500kcal (2 gels + 2 energy bars each of 65g )

      A torch in good working order with spare cells/batteries [NOT FOR 27K SECTION]

      A warm second layer top with long sleeves (cotton excluded) of a weight of a minimum of 200g 

      (men's size medium) [NOT FOR 27K SECTION]

 Other recommended gear

     Spare warm clothing, indispensable in the case of cold or wet weather or in the case of injury.

     Poles in the case of rain or snow for your security on slippery ground

     Sun Glasses

     Sunscreen Cream


     A sum of a minimum of 400RMB

————— REGULATION —————


 Runners may run walk or crawl, but may not make use of any motorized or wheeled vehicles during the race. Doing so could be grounds for disqualification.

 Runners must follow the marked course route the entire way and register at each aid station and timing checkpoint. Taking short cuts, such as cutting off the switchbacks is grounds for disqualification.

 Any littering on the course is strictly prohibited. Race participants are responsible for making sure that anything they throw out goes into a trash barrel. Littering on the course is strictly prohibited.

 Race number must be visible at all times on the outside of clothing. Do not cover over race number with any backpack strap or article of clothing.

 If runners withdraw from the event, the withdrawal form must be signed at the closest checkpoint (unless assisted from the course by First Aid crews).

 Runners must carry the Mandatory Gear at all times during the event. Random gear checks will be performed during the event. Any racer without the mandatory gear will not be able to proceed until they arrange for the missing item to be replaced.

 Runners must obey directions of marshals if missing any time cut-offs.

 The Race Committee reserve the right to make changes to the event rules and requirements, route and/or other arrangements as they deem appropriate.

 Participants must provide true and accurate information to the Race Committee. Any wilful dishonesty may render a runner's entry invalid and the Race Committee reserve the right to amend and / or cancel such runner's entry without compensation

   Event Cancellation

     The Race Committee reserve the right to cancel or cut short the event for the following reasons:

  Adverse weather conditions

  Landslides, rockfalls or hill fires along the course

 Protests or blockage along the course

 Force majeure i.e. due to occurrence of incidents that are beyond the control of the committee and which renders it impossible, unsafe or impractical to hold the event. A force majeure event shall include, but is not limited to, act of God, war, hostilities, invasion, rebellion, revolution, insurrection, riot, commotion, strikes, go-slows, lock outs or disorder, blocked or inaccessible roads or trails, outbreak of disease, acts or threats of terrorism.

 In such event no refund of the registration fee will be provided.

————  REGISTRATION  ————

Transfer Prohibition

 Confirmed registrations are not allowed to be transferred or traded, but may be deferred.

 If a confirmed registrant allows somebody else to use their race bib, the participant will be disqualified and both the registrant and participant will be blacklisted from registration for future editions of the race.


 Confirmed registrations can be deferred to next time,deferment applied only once.

 Requests for deferment from confirmed registrants received before 18 April 2019, otherwise the registration will be eliminated without refund . 

Section Switch

 After registration, Section switch is ONLY available A Month before the race day

 Long distance section switch to shorter distance section will not REFUND the price difference

 Short distance section switch to longer distance section should compensate the price difference

Bag Drop Service

 101K and 67.5K runners have the opportunity to prepare a bag (provided by Race Committee) to self-support along the race. Runner can pack energy fuels, energy drinks, fresh clothes, spare shoes, personal medications, equipment, etc. 

 The bag for 101K Runners will dropped off at CP5, for 67.5K Runners will dropped off at CP12.

 The only available date and time to check-in the bags is on Thursday, 30th May 2019 from 14:00 until 18:00 at the race venue during race kit collection. Bags that are checked-in after 20:00 will not be accepted. It is impossible to check-in bags on race day.

————— SCHEDULE —————

Sign in & Race kit collection

    29th May 2019 10:00am-6:00pm

   30th May 2019 10:00am-6:00pm

    High Mountain Resort Deqin, Yunnan 

Race Briefing

  30th May 2019 4:00pm

  High Mountain Resort Deqin, Yunnan 

Welcome Banquet

 30th May 2019 5:30pm

 High Mountain Resort Deqin, Yunnan


MEM 101K  &  MEE 101 Section 1

   Race Check-in and Drop/Finish Bag Storage

     30th May 2019 23:00-23:40               Feilai Temple

   Ceremony and Warm-up

     30th May 2019 23:40-23:55

Feilai Temple


     31st May 2019 00:00am

Feilai Temple

MSC 67.5K  &  MSA 27.5 

             Participants Breakfast

     31st May 2019 4:00am-5:00am

       High Mountain Resort Deqin,

  Race Check-in and Drop/Finish Bag Storage

            31st May 2019 5:00am-5:40am 

Feilai Temple

   Ceremony and Warm-up

     31st May 2019 5:40am-5:55am 

Feilai Temple


31st May 2019 06:00am

Feilai Temple

MEE 101 Section2


1st June 2019 07:00am

Yubeng Village

  Pick-up for 27.5K Finisher

   1st June 2019 4:00pm

CP12 Ninong Village

   From 4:00 pm each hour a time to High Mountain Resort Deqin by minibus

————  TREATMENT ————

If the registration payment page is not available, please using the PAYPAL account below:466908463@qq.com



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