This is the final leg of the 3rd year of the Cordillera Series organized by Team Malaya. This is another gruesome but worthy mountain run for any runners out there. It will have two categories, namely 21k and 42k categories. The registration fees are inclusive of carb-loading or carbo-loading, personalized BIB, light breakfast, post run meal as well as Finisher’s Medal and Finisher’s Shirt for both 21K and 42K runners who will finish the run. Trophies will be given to the top finishers. Registration fees will be Php 1,500.00 for the 21k category and Php 2,500.00 for the 42k category.
Schedule of the event will have an assembly time of 4:30 AM, gun start at 5:00 AM, post run meal at 11:00 AM and awarding of the top finishers at 12:00 NN on October 16, 2016. Based on Team Malaya’s post on their Facebook page, cut-off time will be 7 hours for the 21k runners and 15 hours for the 42k runners. Training is really essential for this kind of race.
For Baguio runners and those living near Baguio City, you can register at three stores, namely Lagalag Store which is located in Upper Session Road near SM Baguio City and below Casa Vallejo which is also located in Upper Session Road, Toyville Gifts En Hobbies which is located on the ground floor of Baguio Center Mall and in front of Allied Bank, and Culture 1982 located below Pizza Volante in Session Road.
For Manila runners, you can avail of a shuttle service from Manila to Kibungan and vice versa, offered by Kabunyan Travel. You may contact them at their mobile number, 09995982785.
Race orientation and carb-loading or carbo-loading will commence on October 15, 2016, at 4PM. You can start claiming your race kits on the same date.
Details regarding the payment of registration are posted on the website of Team Malaya.
The town of Kibungan is almost 60 kilometers away from Baguio City which is equivalent to 2 hours of travel time. There are also several natural attractions that you can find in Kibungan such as Les-eng Rice Terraces, Mayos River, and Palina Rice Terraces. Contrary to popular belief, the people of Kibungan wanted to remove the tag “Switzerland of Benguet” as it gives the wrong impression that there are snow-covered peaks for skiing located in the municipality.