Panoramic view during sunset of Dasht-e Loot, in English "Emptiness desert", located in the provinces of Kerman and Sistan-Baluchistan, Iran. This place is pretty special for being the spot on the Earth where the highest temperature was ever measured (70 °C or 159 °F) and since July 2016 a UNESCO World Heritage Site. it.wikipedia en.wikipedia
The Iranian Silk Road Ultramarathon, 200 km, is a self supported foot race of the duration of a week, split into 5 stages.
The Lut Desert Challenge, 120 km, is a supported self supported foot race of the duration of a week, split into 5 stages.
At the end of Stage 3 runners of the Lut desert challenge receive a bag of food that they give at the organization before the race.
Each competitor must compulsorily bring the material indicated by the organization and at least 18,000 kcal of food.
Entrants must be of legal age and must present a medical certificate issued 30 days before the event.
The contract containing the clauses relating to the specific risks and the rights of image will be sent to the competitors and must be returned signed for acceptance and acknowledgment.
The organization reserves the right to check before and during the match the materials and the amount of calories of each competitor.
Competitors must necessarily follow the path route and check the punch at checkpoints, (penalty if they fail to do it: exclusion of the race).
The water will be distributed at the end of each stage (5 liters) and at each CP (1.5 liters).
The route will be marked by colored flags placed every 50/100 meters (10 if the path is not clear).
There will be a time limit to finish the stage, given from time to time by the Race Director and also the gates to the steps to the various CP.
The ranking will be determined daily and will consist of the sum of the times of each competitor for each stage.