SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS & RACE REGULATIONS 7 LAKES RUN
These safety instructions are tentative, and can be changed if necessary adjustments are needed.
The race course is not marked, and it is mostly off trail. You need to navigate yourself through the natural environment from start to finish.
The terrain is slow, wet or/and rocky – so count on slow paces.
From past 16 years old with parents consent and signature.
MOBILE/DATA CONDITIONS IN THE MOUNTAIN
Beware that some zones during the race will have no phone and data coverage.
All checkpoints has radio communication for safety.
All participants must bring their own GPS unit with enough battery capacity for the complete race. You need to download the official GPS/GPX file for the race, and make sure it is fully working on your device. You can in addition download Norgeskart, the Norwegian cartography app, for free.
You are responsible for your own total need of food and water during the complete race.
We offer a supplement of 1 station along the course serving simple food and drinks.
Water can be refilled in all lakes and streams during the race.
Take care of the natural surroundings. Trash can only be disposed at checkpoints or after the finish.
NO DOPING ALLOWED
EXTERNAL SUPPORT IS NOT ALLOWED
7 Lakes Run will start at 10:00 in the morning, Saturday 22th August – and the total race time will be from approximately 3,5 to approximately 12 hours.
There will be checkpoints at all 7 lakes and 1 foodstation, you need to stop and register at all of them.
MANDATORY EQUIPMENT IN BACKPACK
* There will be a control of the mandatory equipment in your backpack. You will not be allowed to start if you dont have all the equipment packed *
GPS with enough battery for the complete race (12 hours)
Fully working mobile phone with battery capacity for the complete race (12 hours)
Headlamp with extra batteries
Emergency blanket (140x200cm)
Windproof jacket and trouser
Mittens and hat
Food and water bottle
Powerbank for charging of the required devices
Optional – hiking poles are tolerated. You must keep them the whole race.
We are in a wilderness area, the weather and conditions can change very fast. In case of an emergency situation, you are obliged to stop and help out with first aid to the best of your ability. Let the organizers know as soon as possible. In case of serious emergency, call 113.
The race course can be modified by the organizers if bad conditions occurs.
If you decide to stop the race, let the organizers know as soon as possible.
EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBER NORWAY
RACE OFFICE TELEPHONE NUMBER
Geir Moen - +47 91784660
You must pick up your bib number and sign the safety instructions and race regulations at the latest 1 hour before start.
There will be no common info meeting this year