Similar to the 10K category, we have curated the 17K category specifically for trail running enthusiasts who are either new to this terrain or seeking a moderately challenging experience while relishing the natural allure of Mount Arjuno’s valleys. This category also provides an excellent opportunity to forge new connections and interact with fellow enthusiasts online.
|Sunday, 7 July 2024
|Race entry, Hoodie, Finisher Medal, Goodie Bag, BIB, Refreshment, After Race Meal, Course Photography
|All runners must carry mandatory gear during the race. Details are on the Mandatory Gear page
|CUTOFF PACE REQUIRED
|1hr 34min / 08:34am (Category record male)
2hr 24min / 09:34am (Category record female)
|5hr 00min / 12:00am
|Timing results will be based on net time for men and women
|AWARDS & PRIZES
|All 17K finishers will receive a finisher medal. There will be a prize giving for the top 3 overall male and female finishers – see event schedule
Mantra116 17K is a UTMB World Series 20K Qualifiers.
Finishers of Mantra116 17K will receive 1 ITRA Point
Exploring the scenic landscapes of Jendela Langit, Putuk Lesung, and Putuk Lembu, situated not far from Tampuwono, where Eyang Sekutrem and Sendang Dewi Kunti are located, this category spans a distance of 17 km with an elevation gain of 970 m. Boasting a moderate technical level, it is ideally suited for individuals eager to deepen their understanding of trail running. Anticipate an enjoyable and enriching experience.
Jendela Langit and Putuk Lesung offer breathtaking views of the eastern slopes of Arjuno, with the Wonosari tea garden showcasing its beauty from this vantage point. Numerous historical heritage sites add a cultural dimension to the trail. Extend this invitation to friends and family, encouraging them to join in the camaraderie.
Prepare yourself for a rewarding 17K trail running adventure, where the fusion of natural beauty and camaraderie promises an unforgettable experience.
|START – Kaliandra Resort
|WS12 – Jendela Langit
|WS11 – Putuk Lesung
|FINISH – Kaliandra Resort
*Maps subject to change, and may change for reasons outside of the Race Organisers control. Select the Time Charts tabs to view the cut-off times for leaving the relevant Aid Stations. Time Charts show estimated fastest and slowest times for each race leg and should be used as a guide only. Where the slowest times are greater than the cut-off time, the cut-off time will supersede the slowest expected estimates. If you miss the cut-off then you must follow the directions of officials. Please note that in bad weather conditions, cut-offs may need to be brought forward during the event.
KEY INFO FOR 17K RUNNERS
All the information you need to know before start.
Pre-qualification for the race is designed to assess your physical, mental, and minimum experiential capabilities to ensure your adequacy for participation in the chosen category.
The race course features designated aid stations, each providing varying levels of service and supplies. These stations afford participants the opportunity to replenish, rehydrate, and prepare for the subsequent stage of their journey.
Each runner is required to carry mandatory gear. The mandatory gear list comprises items that we consider essential to ensure your safety throughout the event.
A Finish Line baggage deposit service will be available which allows you to have your own personal supplies (change of clothes, shoes, shorts, post race nutrition, etc.) at the finish line.