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June Full Moon Hike

14 June 2019 @ 21:00 23:59

Join the June installment of our Full Moon Hiking Series.
Two groups will hike about one hour away from Jeddah with different distance and pace: Beginners and more advanced hikers are welcome to take part!

Price:

Bring your Own HeadTorch: Only SAR22 until June 10th or SAR30 from June 11th

Leased HeadTorch: Only SAR30 until June 10th or SAR40 from June 11th  

Hejaz Ultra

http://HejazUltra.org

Who's coming?

40 people are attending June Full Moon Hike

Fabrice Laborie Olivier Le FlocH Aseel Ali Ashraf Hosni Cristina Bernardino Thomas Bommer Adnan Alsemiri Nezar Elsaaey Mohamed Yousuf Rami Alfarasani Khalid Shaaker Milan Henegamage Florence Scherrer Salma Ahmed Ihab Saleh Summer Chambers Osama Shalan Mohammed aslam Alangadan Jerret Raffety Javed Jadoon Salman Al Mustafa Tarek Tharwat SHANAKA HENEGAMAGE Mohammed Ali Abdulaziz Sawan Muneeb Saeed Samah Khan Ahmed BATTERJEE  Dinesh Dasanayake Rogayah Bachmid Angelo Orlando Ramy Mohamad Mohammed Aldighaithir Gilles Sardo Ayman Baklola Khalid Alamoudi Muhammad Magdy Amy Osborn Cartier Pascal

Details:

Since September 2018, we’re going hiking under the Moonlight, once a month, as close as possible to the Full Moon.

On Friday, June 14th, 2019, we will hike about 45 minutes away from central Jeddah – the exact location will be shared with registered participants.

We will have TWO groups

  • GREENgroup:  6km – D+ 340m incline – IBP Index: 22
  • BLUEgroup: 9km – D+ 490m incline – IBP Index: 31

As a reference, here are some previous hikes IBP indexes (to know in advance the difficulty of any trail )

Note:

  • You must manage your own transport ( fill up the tank before coming )

Requirements:

  • A small backpack (or hydration pack ) with 1 liter of water per person minimum will be required ( not provided by the Organizers).  Snacks optional.
  • A head torch ( or hand torch ) with RED LIGHT mode.  you will not be allowed to start the hike if your torch doesn’t have a RedLight mode.  The Red Light helps preserve your night vision and will make the hike more enjoyable for all. 68 Head Torches with RedLight are available for lease from the organizers at the time or registration.  Just to be clear: WHITE LIGHT Head Torch will NOT be able to join the group. We will check.
  • If you want to BBQ and/or Camp you need to bring your own food, cooking and camping gear.

Notes regarding the Leased Head Torches:

  • The lease for the Head Torch is 8 SAR ( so it will cost 22 to take part + 8 to lease = 30 SAR)
  • If you don’t want to be disappointed, book early!
  • your Head Torch will only be confirmed upon receiving your payment.  In short, paying by Credit Card will guarantee you a Head-Torch if available. We will however only lock your Head-Torch if you pay by Bank Transfer upon reception of the funds. You must attach your transfer receipt at the time of registration. if not we will cancel the registration. Making a registration before the price hikes up to the late payment fee will not help, unless you do initiate the transfer before that time!
  • If the LEASED head torch option is sold out, please do NOT register for the BYO until AFTER you have purchased a headtorch.  There will be no refund if you don’t find the head torch with a RED light!

Participation Fee:

  • 22 SAR if you Bring Your Own HeadTorch with a RedLight Mode.
  • 30 SAR if you want to LEASE a HeadTorch with a RedLight Mode. ( it is NOT 22+30 … it is 22+8 = 30 )
  • We are not able anymore to accommodate Cash Payment. You can, however, deposit Cash to our bank account and share the receipt if you do not own a DebitCard/CreditCard not can do e-banking for transfer. Our Bank details are available here: http://hejazultra.org/misc/payment 

IBP Index: ( full details on http://IBPindex.com )

The IBP index is an algorithm that analyses the difficulty of a mountain or road bike route or a running trail generating a precise number to help you to compare the difficulty of different trails.

The measure of the difficulty of a route is different from the effort it requires: a route with an IBP index of 60 will be very hard for a debutant, a pretty normal one for someone with an average preparation, and very comfortable for an elite hiker.

 The effort required by a trail depends on: your fitness + the pace of the race + weather conditions + IBP index

Register quickly before the Late Registration fee kicks in or before we run out of Head Torches!