Capital to Country Multi Day Ultra

A Nepalese Adventure

 CAPITAL to country multi day ULTRA

A self sufficient 123 mile race over five stages 

through the incredible foothills of nepal

“MDS meets UTMB”  
Our stunning Country to Capital Ultra will see you run through the mesmerising Nepalese foothills with the mountains as your backdrop.   This self-sufficient race offers entrants the chance to immerse themselves in the culture of Nepal, as well as presenting them with a genuine physical challenge in a unique environment.   Your adventure starts with a visit to the World Heritage Site of the Monkey Temple or Swayambhunath in the west of Kathmandu City. Here you will warm-up with a steep step climb, before returning to the hotel for lunch and a final kit-check after some sightseeing and shopping time.   The historic town of Sanku in the north eastern corner of the Kathmandu valley will be your starting point for this epic journey through Nepal. Following jeep tracks cut in the hillsides, you will pass through incredible tree covered hills and round breathtaking drops.   Your journey will then take you through a diverse mixture of towns and villages, and into areas tourists don’t normally see. Expect a warm welcome and some jaw-dropping temples and holy sites, coupled with panoramas of lush vegetation and snow-capped peaks.   This is a race which is more than worth the steep ascents it traverses through, and comes with the extra advantage of being truly sustainable and providing a boost to what is a precious local economy.   Please be aware, that you will be carrying all your own food and kit so choose what you take wisely!   That said, our ever-hospitable Nepalese hosts will want to look after you so may provide tea, coffee etc at the campsites – that is not cheating! This is meant to be a tough race, but also on that is fun at heart and not an excuse for suffering.   You will stay in pre-prepared campsites for the first three nights, and then enjoy the relative luxury of a village bunk house or tents on nights four and five. On the morning of the fifth day, you will be woken by the sound of a chanting monk who will be blessing the mountain and our runners.   After that, you will be itching to complete the challenge on the final day before enjoying a well-earned traditional meal cooked by the ladies of the village.   We’ll finish with a short downhill walk – you’ll welcome it by then! – to a bus back to Kathmandu, where you will have some time to explore the city and enjoy our farewell meal.   Throughout your adventure, you will be taken care of by our fantastic local race manager and his team, who know the area like the back of their hands.   Your tracking link to the event will be available in the race information below as we get closer to the race.   We are taking only a small team with us from England, along with minimal equipment and trackers that we can’t source in Nepal. Everything else is bought locally and we are paying our local team well in order to help give something back to Nepal in a positive way.   IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS, PLEASE CALL 07989850170.


Arrive in Kathmandu by 9am 24th November 2024.  Event starts 25th November 2024 until 1st December 2024


£325 Initial deposit  (non refundable) payable on booking.

Followed by:

3 Payments:

£425 due by 31st July 2024/£450 – due by 31st August 2024/£450 due by 30th September 2024 – Total payable £1650

Book online here

only 20 places available for each event

Register your interest for  2025 email admin@gobeyondchallenge.co.uk 
Book your place for 2025


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