May 5th to 6th 2017

Distances & start time

  • 200K, May 5th at 00:00
  • 100 miles, May 5th at 10:00
  • BUT 120K, May 5th at 10:00
  • 17k, May 5th at 17:00
  • 25k, May 5th at 18:00 (Headlights)
  • 8k, May 5th at 17:30
  • 50 miles, May 6th at 0:00
  • 50k, May 6th at 06:00
  • 25k, May 6th at 10:00
  • All races start at the parking place by the Hammer Lake.

    Minimum age for participation

  • BUT 120K, 200K, 100 miles and 50 miles: 18 years
  • 50K: 18 year
  • 50K: 16 year
  • 17: 15 year
  • 8k: 10 year
  • Qualification requirements for participation in 100 mile and 200K

    To participate in 100 miles and 200K you in the last year have completed several marathons or be experienced trail runner.


  • 200k, 8 loops where runners change direction after finishing one loop
  • 100 miles, 7 loops where runners change direction after finishing one loop
  • 50 miles, 4 loops where runners change direction after finishing one loop
  • 50K, 2 loops where second loop is in opposite directione of the first.
  • 25K, 1 round
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    ATTENTION: All routes are all trail with a minimum of asphalt. For the 50/100 miles there will be 3000/6000 positive altitudemeteres. If the 100 miles runners do not finish within the timelimit but reach 50 miles within the timelimit then the runner will be given 2 points for the UTMB

    BUT 120k

    The route is about 120k

    Navigation is done with maps and GPS file

    The race is run as close to shore as possible of trails or beach. It runs from the Event site at Hammersoe around Hammerknuden and east towards Allinge. The route then goes south to Gudhjem, Svaneke, Nexo, Snogebæk and on the beach against Arnager. Forward from Arnager against Ronne and looked up at Hasle on to Vang and Hammer harbor where to run to the showground.

    The race is run on asphalt about 25 km, beach / trail 25 km, forest and path 70 km

    There will be no support on the route, however, there will be the opportunity to put one dropbag out by Snogebæk at about 50 km

    Action must be taken in shops along the way and it is possible to fill the liquid in several places



    Registration fees

  • 200K, 750 (after march 1h 850), includes medal and maybe a beltbuckle if finishing in maximum x hours
  • 100 miles, 750 (after march 1h 850), includes medal and maybe a beltbuckle if finishing in maximum 28 hours
  • 50 miles, 650 (after march 1h 750), includes medal and maybe a beltbuckle if finishing in maximum 11 hours and 30 min.
  • 50K, (after march 1h 600), includes medal
  • 25K, (after march 1h 400), includes medal
  • 17K, (after march 1h 300)
  • Participants

    List of participants

    Aid stations

    During the race there will be two stations:

  • Mainstation, at the Hammer Sea Lake: Water, soda, soup, energy drink, chocolate, crisps, cake, sandwiches, etc.
  • Midstation, halfway at each round: Water, Coke, soup, energy drink
  • Timelimits and cutoffs
    1. round (18 k), 3 hour 30 min
    2. round (44k)  9 hour
    3. round (70k)  14 hour 30 min
    4. round (96k) 20 hour
    5. round (122k) 25 hour 30 min
    6. round (148k) 31 hour
    7. round (174k) 36 hour 30 min
    8. round (200k) 42 hour

    100 miles
    1. round (4 k), 30 min
    2. round (30k)  5 hour 45 min
    3. round (56k) 11 hour
    4. round (82k) 16 hour 15 min
    5. round (108k) 21 hour 30 min
    6. round (134k) 26 hour 45 min
    7. round and (161 k) 32 hour

    50 miles
    1. round (2k) 30 min
    2. round (28k) 5 hour 40 min
    3. round (54k) 10 hour 50 min
    4. Round (80k) 16 hour

    Timelimit for 100 miles is 32 hours and for 50 miles 16 hours.


  • round (25K), 5 hour
  • round (50K), 11 hour
  • 26K
    Round (26K), 6 hour.

    Race Management reserves the right during the race to stop runners who do not meet the above cutoff-times and exclusion is closed for discussion, as the time requirements must be meet for implementation of the race.


    Medals for all who complete within time limits and winner awards.

    Mandatory safety equipment

  • Liquid Belt / Camelback at least 1 liter
  • Headlights, with replaceable batteries + extra batteries (only at 50 and 100 miles)
  • Plaster 5 ps. / bandage 5m
  • Drink / soup-cup serving only drinks / soup in your own cup
  • Flute
  • Mobile phone
  • At all distances, a check of mandatory equipment is made as spotchecks.


    Look under Rules

    Prize: Belt buckle

    men 100 miles 29 hours and 50 miles in 12 hours

    women 100 miles 32 hour and 50 miles 13 hour

    Starting numbers

    From thursday 5. may from 18-19 and friday from 8.00

    Start number and chip must be collected within 1 hour before the start.

    Numbers i going to be on the front. Its not allowed to bend it. If the number not are visible 15 min time penalty


    There will be 2 depots on the route. A main depot at Hammerport and a fluid depot at Jon’s chapel.

    Main Depot:

    Coca-cola, 32Gi sports drink, coco-cola, water, coffee, tea, juice, Chips, peanuts, 2 kinds of soup, candy, chocolate, banana, orange

    For 100 miles trailes, there will be sandwiches Friday afternoon and hot food on Friday evening and night and (breakfast from 6.00 Saturday morning only for 50 and 100 miles)

    Depot at Jon’s chapel:

    Water, 32Gi sports drink, coca-cola, tea, coffee, soup, chips, peanuts. It is possible to be self-catering in the main depot at the start / finish.

    Prize giving

    When the three first runners has past finishline


    All runners will receive a bracelet to be worn throughout the race. Supporters who have purchased barbecue must also wear the bracelet as a passport to the depot and catering. There will not be given any meals without bracelets (please respect this since we have so many trailers on the hammer trail – thank you).

    Runners may only receive support in the head depot, within the designated area. All supporters must wear support ID, giving them access to run area. Provision of support ID, must be made at registration and it is only possible to have a supporter. If you require a Supporter you must send us info on this – name and who provided support. A supporter must be in place before the start and cannot be assigned during the race unless this is agreed with the race management.

    So if your supporters want to use our custody: Buy access to food for supporters etc. (DKK 100 for adults)

    It is possible to fill its camelbag / liquid bladder before starting. Trailers may only receive at the depot at main depot at Hammersø.

    Trailers must bring their own mug to div. beverage in stores.

    Important that the sheep do not run out of fences, so remember to close the doors. The route is measured several times with Suunto Ambit and is 26 km.

    It is possible to define a dropbag in the main depot. There will be control of your equipment during the race, preferably in the main depot.

    There is a toilet and opportunity bath at Hammerhavn. 300.m from startplace On the route, there are toilets at Vang port and parking place by Jon chapel at both locations will also be able to fill his water bladder / dunk.

    There will be parking at Hammersø.

    Bus connection – use route 2 see more


    The route is marked with strips and there is max 250 m between each marking, so if you do not see a strip within approx. 200-300 m, then you’re off the route. There will be reflections and bright red / white lights on the route at night and signs where to turn.

    We hope to run live coverage of the race on Facebook Group-Salomon Hammer Trail and on our website Let family and friends will follow you throughout the race. Sends the greetings and we will pass them on to you during the race.

    Start and finish

    Hammersø, parking at Hammersøvej, Sandvig, 3770 Allinge

    Please contact us if you have questions