The start is at the “Chencho” Sports Facilities, in Castellón de la Plana, its exact location can be found by clicking here. There is a large parking lot where you can leave your car for 3 days and if you select the bus transfer service in Morella, it will return you to this point. The rest of the locations of the starts for stages 2 and 3, you can consult them by clicking here.
One hour before the start of each of the stages. You can check the schedules and locations here.
You need your ID card or passport with a photo that can prove your identity. Remember that due to the anti-Covid protocol, only the person who owns the number can collect their own number.
Yes, as long as the health situation allows it, you have at your disposal the professional recovery service of Compex Spain, an area of stretchers where the electrostimulators will set you ready for the next stage.
Of course, for all distances.
Yes to both. When you sign up for the Short distance, you will be able to choose the stage you want to do in the form. If you want to do more than one stage separately, for example, 1 and 3, you can also do it, in this case you would have to make two different registrations, registering in each one for the chosen stage.
It will depend on the health situation. If so, it will be located very close to the finish line in each stage, you can check its location by clicking here.
At the beginning of each stage there is an area to leave your backpack with personal items that you don’t carry with you but that you will need at the end of the stage to, for example, change and shower. The weight limit of this backpack is 10kg. The backpack is delivered at the start of each stage, and the collection is done at the finish line.
It is mandatory to carry the track of each stage, either by GPS watch, handheld GPS, or with the mobile, either in the App that supports maps or directly in Google Maps. In the section distances you can find all the track information.
We have worked hard to be able to achieve a linear and itinerant route that includes the most possible trails and the minimum of asphalt. The route type distribution is as follows:
Path: 66,1 kms. (55 %)
Track: 47,5 kms. (39,5 %)
Asphalt: 6,4 kms. (5,5%)
Yes, there are 9:30 hours to do stage 1, and 7:30 hours to do stage 2 and 3. No one has been disqualified for cut-off time.
Yes, there are different compulsory checkpoints, in case of not passing through them, the participant will be disqualified. In each control point there is a partial cut-off time, you can consult it in the section Distances, both in the profile charts and in the roadbooks.
Optionally, there is a bus transfer service that you can choose from when registering. This bus departs from each arrival point and returns you to one of the three departure points that you select.
Yes, if you are able to continue to the next stage, you can continue competing in Top of the Rock and your part-time stage will be marked, although the global time will no longer be valid. If you decide to end your adventure in Top of the Rock, there will be a free bus service to return those who abandon to their starting point, at this time the number will be delivered to the organization and you will be disqualified.
If you have had a mishap in the race and need assistance, we have a comprehensive safety and rescue device (ambulances, motorcycles, electric bikes, cars, personnel on foot.) The first thing is to try to get to the next checkpoint. If you do not see anyone, you can notify via mobile if there is coverage on the phone that you will find on the number or ask another participant to give the warning. You have all the information about the accident protocol in the regulation.
Yes, the race is semi-self-sufficiency category, where the participant must carry part of their food and drink with them, in addition the organization has supplies or bases of life every approximately 10 kilometers. Check the location and composition of each of them by clicking here. At the end of each stage there will be a post-finish refreshment station to regain strength.
Of course, when you register you can indicate it in the form. At the aid stations there will be options that meet your needs.
Obviously, this modality is designed to share the adventure together, but the regulations allow doing it separately, always bearing in mind that it’s the 4th member who gives the team time.
Even if you are enrolled in DUO or TEAM modality, your individual time also counts, so if your partner or the members of your team quit, you can continue the race individually. Also, if you are entitled to a trophy for individual time, you will also receive it even if you run in the DUO or TEAM category.
Yes, you can check them at the end of the section Logistics, where you will also find recommended materials.
Partway. For reasons of respect for the environment, we use the minimum of plastic and elements that can alter it. Additionally, these markings can be removed by the weather, non-organization personnel, or mistaken for other markings (although TOTR has its own custom beacon tape). That is why it is mandatory to carry the track of the route that we provide you, either on a Gps watch, handheld GPS device, mobile App or Google Maps on your mobile.
No, given that the start is from Castellón and there is a lot of accommodation available, we let you choose the option that best suits you, but you can ask us questions about location, prices, etc. Contact us by clicking here.
Yes, thanks to the Morella City Council, on the day of the last stage arriving at its Castle, access to it is free.
For eco-sustainability reasons and to “lighten” your logistics, only one bib-number is delivered regardless of your distance, which you must keep all stages. It is made of a very resistant and durable material, and also has a built-in control chip.
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