LOLOLIMA TRAIL will take place at 83 islands Distillery – Stella Mare, 5 km east of Port-Vila.
LOLOLIMA TRAIL RACE INFORMATION
The Lololima Trail is a versatile trail
with a stunning waterfall in in the wild.
Man, Woman category
Minimum age 16
What are the meeting times?
How can I get to the race location?
- By car – Places are very limited, please organize carpooling.
- By bus or taxi.
The organisation does not cover your transport from Port-Vila to 83 islands distillery.
Check in and BIB distribution
It will be possible to collect your bibs and t-shirts from 6:30 am.
To facilitate the distribution of bibs and t-shirts, please remember your bib number.
It will be emailed to you soon.
Start time: 8 am
A briefing will be given at 7.45 am.
The races will start at the scheduled time.
Any late teams will be automatically disqualified.
Please note that no water, food or equipment will be present at the different checkpoints of the race.
There will be no water bottle distribution!
You must bring your own bottles.
Water tanks will be available at 83 islands distellery only to refill your water bottle (departure and arrival).
Equipment suitable for walking/running in the wilderness and self-sufficiency is therefore essential:
- A pair of walking/sport shoes (flip-flops are not allowed).
- A bag containing at least 2 Liters of water.
- Food to sustain your effort for a period of 2 to 4 hours.
- 1 whistle for each runner.
It is recommended to have your legs covered (pants, high socks, tights, …), a hat.
The organization reserves the right to check the conformity of the equipment of each runner, and, if necessary, can decide to prohibit the departure or to disqualify a team not having the required material.
The LOLOLIMA TRAIL PACIFIC ENERGY is a race in Individual (men and women, aged 16 years old and more).
At each checkpoint, make sure that the controllers have checked your team’s numbers (be patient if there is a wait, take advantage of it to eat and drink).
The races are marked with purple paint and cloth tape.
At regular intervals, you will also find information posters informing you about your progress, according to the official map of your course.
Abandon / Disqualification
If you wish to abandon your course, do so only at checkpoint 1 by giving your bib number to the controllers who will take the appropriate measures.
The disqualification will be pronounced in the following cases:
- Absence of race number or race number not visible on the chest;
- Exchange of race number before or during the race, not in accordance with the organization;
- Not respecting the time barriers ;
- Taking a road that does not conform to the courses established by the organization;
- Non assistance to another runner.
Safety is everyone’s business.
By your behaviour during the event, you must make sure to maintain your own physical integrity by adopting a speed adapted to your aptitude and physical condition.
Throughout the course, ProRescue staff will be present to provide first aid if necessary. They will be equipped with a radio and will be able to take the most appropriate measures for your situation.
If you need assistance:
- Stay on the road ;
- Identify with your map the nearest Prorescue point and try to get there ;
- Use your phone by calling : 555 3153
- Ask for assistance from another runner ;
- Use your whistle to alert the teams around.
1 Promedical station will be at your disposal for this event:
- Start/Finish site;
Winning Prize & Prize-Giving Ceremony
- INDIVIDUAL [WOMAN & MAN]
- First place: 15,000 VT
- Second place: 7,500 VT
- Third place: 2,500 VT
The results will be published online and live as the finishers arrive.
Free wifi will be available provided by 3 Link Powered by Kacific
The race takes place in the plantation on rough terrain and river : hilly, steep and muddy.
Some passages include small river crossings.
An after party is scheduled from 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm at 83 Islands Distillery.