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Lysefjorden is a Norwegian fjord located in Forsand municipality in Rogaland county and is 42km long. Lysefjorden Inn Ultramarathon follows the routes to Stavanger Tourist Association and is 62km and has a total of 2500m elevation. The race is scheduled for the seventh time on 8 June 2019 and is Rogalands hardest ultramarathon. The race is a distant race where the fastest person who run all the 62km wins. The race places great demands for the participants, but is an experience you rarely get in one sports competition. The terrain is airy and spectacular. On the actual marathon day, the quiet nature exchanges with chering, a contrast that often gives an adrenaline kick, but you will still have enough time to be alone with the mountain and the fjord.
 
The course changes from running down to the fjord, to them highest mountain into the fjord. The runners will see Norway’s most popular mountain – Preikestolen (Pulpit Rock). On the other side of the fjord you will see Flørlitrappene, which has the world’s longest wooden staircase in 4444 steps. Further in along the square you will look over to Kjerag with its characteristic ”Kjeragbolt”. The race passes unique places like Hengjanenibbå (miniature of Pulpit Rock) and abandoned farms like Bratteli and Bakken that cling to the mountain side. Before reaching the finish line, the race will pass a big water magazine.
 
Many set goals for race distances from a few km to many miles. The desire to set a tough goal comes creeping, running it has effect on you. Endorphins will make you want to run longer and faster. To stretch boundaries and constantly improve and stay faster is an incredible kick. Much sits in the head, never give up – miles get to smile.
 
The easiest sport is to run, it can also combine with an active everyday life. You can do it anywhere, at any time, it’s free and the risk of damage is relatively small. Many add plans and new goals.
 
Lysefjord Running is the organizer of the race and aims to carry out this every year. The race is of great interest, something we as an organizer appreciate. We are impressed and will thank all the runners who set up and perform this of strength. A big thank you to the team who sets up from early till late in the evening – they are doing a fantastic job. Thank you also to our partners and sponsors that make it possible to arrange
 
We wish you good reading and hope to see you on the participant list.
 
Regards,
Willy Steinskog
Manager

Date: June 8th 2019
Distance: 62 km
Elevation: 2.500m
Substrates: Terrain / road
Start time: 08:30  Oanes Kai
Run Cuts: Preikestolen Fjellstue, Songesand quai and Nordre Støstjærna (food station)
Max Time Finish: 62km. 14,5t. Kl.23: 00 Lysebotn
 
There will be 2 split times during the race. At about  7km and 25km. The trail is particularly demanding with many ups and downs and requires a lot of participants. Along the way, the race will have run cuts and a maximum finishing time. The race will have run cuts at Prekestolen Fjellstue, Songesand quai and near Nordre Stølstjærna.
 
Participants who do not arrive at the above checkpoints at the specified time will not receive registered end time. If you quit the race, it is important that you inform the race leader immediately.
 
The individual is responsible for returning to the start / finish area or places of your choice. If the participant chooses to quit the race, the closing time at Songesand will be a good place to do so because of ferry boat to Lysebotn or back to the starting area.
 
Medal to all who complete, main prize to 1.2.3. in ladies and men’s class.
 
RUN CUTS
Prekestolen Fjellstue (ca.12km.) 3t.(kl.11:30)
Songesand quai (ca.25km) 7,5t.(kl.16:00)
Nordre Stølstjørna (ca.50km) 12,5t.(kl.21:00)
Max finish time: 62km. 14,5t. Kl.23:00 – Lysebotn.
 
After 23:00 no end time will be given, but completed. After 23:00 our equipment will be rigged down.
 
FOOD STATIONS 
25km. – 49km. – 62km (finish area)
Energy drink – banana – snacks – some salt to bite in – Coca Cola – water (varies from food to food station

Price kr. 990,-
Ticket sale closes June 7th 2019 at. 18.00
 
Covers
– Planning / Preparation and organization, etc.
– Boat from Lauvvik to Oanes (saturday morning)
– Medals for everyone who completes
– Transporting bags from Oanes to Lysebotn
– Foodstations
– Simple barbecue food in the finish area
– Lysefjord Running Buff
– 2pc, gel from squeezy
 
– When registering, you must acknowledge that you have read and understood the race manual.
– The registration is binding and it is not possible to sell / overtake space already allocated.
– There is no refund for illness, injury, cancellation, etc.
– Anyone 16 years old 08.june.2019 / can participate.
– There is no refund on the purchased ticket
– Max participants: 400
Waiting lists are set up, if someone unsubscribe the race, the first on the waiting list will be contacted
 
New from 2019
You can sell or give away your starting number up to 14 days before the race. This is done by logging into your account at EQTiming.no and change the information on the ticket. IMPORTANT: Please check that you update ALL information (name, phone number, email, etc.) as this is used to communicate with the participant for the race. It is also important that we manage to contact the participant in the race for safety reasons.
It is NOT allowed to meet on run to retrieve start number on another name one by itself.

By bus to Lauvik Saturday 8 June 2018
From Sandnes, it will take about 30 minutes and about 40 minutes from Stavanger to Lauvvik quay. In the dock area we have parking guards that help you.
 
Boat from Lauvvik to Oanes (Start) Kl.745 with arrival Kl.0755
(this ferry departure only included in race ticket)
 
A shared bus service is set up for payment from Sandnes to Lauvvik (More information coming)
 
After the race 
– More offers are updated before registration opens.
–  Award ceremony (approx.17: 30)
– Everyone who completes the race will be awarded a medal
– Great dinner dishes can be purchased at Lysefjorden Tourist Lodge STF
– Speaker – musikk – intervjuer / peisestuen hos Lysefjorden Turisthytte STF
– Maybe the base jumpers lands in the finish area.
We recommend as many people as possible to book accommodation in Lysebotn. Lysebotn is a great place and here recommended to families and friends meets up to chere the runners in goal. Great emphasis is placed on high quality and well-being both before, during and after race, with a good social frame and speaker.
 
Transport out from Lysebotn Saturday June. 8
Helgøy Skyssbåt arrange 2 boat departures from Lysebotn in the evening race day – for a fee.
19: 30 Lysebotn, Oanes, Forsand, Lauvvik NOK 400, –
21: 30 Lysebotn, Oanes, Lauvvik, Stavanger NOK 400, –
Book your ticket on post@helgoy.no .The registration is binding and you need to prepay the ticket. The ticket / booking is only valid after it is paid. Ticket can not be refunded. Remember to book. Limited tickets.
 
ACCOMMODATION IN LYSEBOTN
1.  booking@lysefjordenturisthytte.no (finish area for Lysefjorden Inn Ultramarathon)
2. Hauane Bed og Breakfast Lysebotn
3. Kjerag Lysebotn Camping Resort
 
ACCOMMODATION / SANDNES / OANES/ PREIKESTOLEN FJELLSTUE:
– Preikestolen Fjellstue post@preikestolenfjellstue.no (LINK) (17 km.from the starting area, Oanes)
– Quality Hotel Residence Sandnes
– Lysefjord hyttegrend (located 1km from the starting area)  Oanes
 

The race starts at Oane Quai at 08:30 and follow road towards Tau (approx.7km). At Heiatjørna there is a path to Preikestolen Fjellstue – hilly terrain.
From the lodge you follow the path towards the Pulpit. With the Lammatoknuten the trail divides the path – follow the path down a steep hill towards Bratteli and Bakken.
After passing the Skogavatnet you will see Hengjande (majestic sight). Trail follows on the mountains (fantastic view down to the fjord) before you walk down into thick forest and on to Bratteli and Bakken farm (great place).
From Bratteli, walk down (stone stairs) before crossing on the left towards Songesand (difficult area) .
From Songesand follow the road (approx.5,5 km.) Before reaching Helmikstølen (Checkpoint at Helmikstøl).
Furthermore, follow the tractor road  (approx. 4.5km.) Daladalen where you pass Songedal Tourist Lodge. tractor road  will cross the trail towards Fyljesdalsskaret. (from here you can see construction road opposite the valley).
Furthermore, trail down towards Fyljesdalsvatnet for a long / steep hill up to the road where you turn right (the highest point of the race at about 700 meters).
Follow the road (approx.13km.) Down towards Lysebotn- Lysefjorden Tourist Lodge.
 
There will be 2 split times during the race.
At about 7km and 25km. (Songesand quay)
 
The trail is very demanding with manyups and downs and requires a lot of participants.
 
The Ultra Marathon will have run cuts at:
Prekestolen Fjellstue
Songesand quay
Nordre Stølstjørna.
Participants who do not arrive at the above checkpoints before the specified time will not have a registered end time.
 
If you quit the race, it is important that you inform the race leader immediately.
 
The individual is responsible for returning to the start / finish are or places of your choice. If the participant choose to quit the race at Pulpit Mountain Lodge there will be bus / taxi that can take you back to the starting area. Wach one will pay seperate.
 
At the run cut time at Songesand this will be a good place to do this because of tourist boat in / out fjord (cost is covered by participant) If you do not order a boat, we will pic you up by boat – Price.pr.pax NOK.150, – (remember cash)
 
The Lysefjord is also on the world side UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Choosing the right equipment has everything for yours experience and achievement throughout the course.
Follow us on our facebook page for updated information regarding recommended equipment.
 
EQUIPMENT
Food, clothes, mobile phone for use under race (not coverage throughout the race), map, compass – nevertheless, we hope that T is very visible. The race will also be GOOD labeled with red pennants marked Lysefjord Running. An a race like this, the weather may changed suddenly and it could be necessary forthe runners to be prepared for bad weather.
 
NUTRITION
Participants must bring food and food drink (a lot of streams / water during the course. At food stations and in the finish are, there is mineral water (Coca Cola), nutrition drink (squeezy), chips, nuts, bacon, sweets, bananas, water – water given during the course  is taken from streams / water. Offers range from food station to foodstuff. In the finish area, it is given simple barbecue.
 
SAFETY
If a situation occurs like equires external assistance use Official emergency numbers, and take contact with the leader on the given mobile phone: (Tlf.926 10143 – Willy Steinskog)
 
The individual is responsible for his / her own safety during the race and because he / she is well prepared to complete the race. Read the race description carefully and follow the information given on the race website / facebook and info before start . Nevertheless, it is important that each participant prepares GOOD, follows marked trail (Tourist Association grid marked T) and signage. The race track will be marked with red pennants with imprint Lysefjord Running. The individual must Use your own assessment ability on the trail in the current situation, so your safety will be safeguarded in the best possible way.
It will be present healthcare staff at the start, Preikestolen turisthytte, Songesand, last foodstation -Nordstø and in the finish area.
Each participant must bring with you the necessary medication for any illnesses / injuries you have experienced before.
 
INSURANCE
All participants who sign up for Lysefjorden Inn Ultramarathon must know about the different hazards and risks that this entails. Organizer can not be held liable for any kind of damage that should occur in connection with the event.
 
Damage is meant here:
– Damage to person
– Damage to things / theft
 
Organizer has no responsibility for theft. By signing up, you confirm that I have not or have had any diseases that may cause acute seizures and I confirm that I am not affected by alcohol or other drugs during the event. As a participant, you must be aware that you are not insured by the organizer Lysefjord Running if an accident / injury should occur during the event.
 
CANCELLATION
In case of cancellation of our event prior to the day of the event, the organizer can retain 50% of the fees to cover expenses. In case of cancellation of the race due to sudden weather / climatic conditions or other force majeure, the organizer retains the starting quota.
 
PERSONAL INFORMATION AND USE OF PERSONAL PHOTOS AND SITUATION PICTURES
 
By signing up for our event, you agree that your name and image will be published in start and result lists, which will also be posted on web in searchable form, so that previous years results can also be found. These lists may also contain information about age, classes and club membership.
 
Personal data and results will be stored in our database in accordance with the provisions of The Personal Data Act. Registration signifies consent that situation pictures of you are posted on our websites and facebook after the event. Such images will be included in our photo archive and could be subject to similar reuse, such as periodicals and publications. Images can also be used in commercial context. The images are used for newspapers, magazines and other third parties. For resale of images, the buyer is responsible for the use in accordance with the relevant regulations.

Flørli is a vacate settlement along the south side of Lysefjorden with 13 housing houses. Those who previously lived on the site were power workers in Flørli.
 
Maximum there were 30 children at Flørli school and the village had a postoffice and a shop. The school was closed in 1970 and the shop in 1981. Flørli was vacated in 1999 due to automation of power plant operations. Today, some of the houses are sold as vacation cabins and there are rifts about the buildings located in the middle of this tourist pearl. Today there are three permanent residents at Flørli. In 1999, the new power station opens at Flørli, far into the mountain. The old The power station and the stairs are no open for new activities. Flørli has its own art exhibition and in december 2016, there was made a TV program about thos wonderful place.
 
– Flørlitrappene has become the biggest   attraction in Lysefjorden
– Only boat can get you there
– A big pier for smallboats
– There is an cafe in the old power station
– A pub is placed in the old schoolhouse.
 
The race starts at Flørli pier at 12.00. Then continue up the “world’s longest wooden staircase” with 4444 steps. The staircase is 1470 meters tall and has an increase of 741 meters. Along the stairs, the pipes used for power generation were previously located. On the way up there are several rest areas that can benefit from tight leg muscles and quick breath. Next to the stairs there are waier and wooden railings that you can conncet to.
 
The staircase is up to 50 degrees steep and under you the individual seats will be 4-5 meters. They are numbered wood sign for every 500 steps. At the top of the staircase there will be a drink / food station and a split time, while you can enjoying the spectacular view over Flørlibygda far down there and see Lysefjorden in panorama view.
 
Further you follow the gravel road towards Stora Flørvatnet (3km.), Here is the highest point of the race at about 829 m.o.h. At Stora Flørvatnet, the road divides and you turn right and follow the gravel road towards Flørli. After about 1km, run off the gravel road and follow the tourist trail. The path goes alternately on mountain, rock, forest and marsh down towards the Fløyrlistølen with a fantastic view down to the fjord. From Flørlistølen it goes steeply down towards Flørli kai with the finish mark on the pier. The race will be well marked with pennants and lashes marked with Lysefjord Running. The race will have an split time on the top of the Flørlitrappers after about 1.5km.
 
NB! Think about the security.
 
If you quit the race, it is important that you giveimmediately inform the race manager (Willy Steinskog Tlf.926 10143).
 
You individual is responsible for walking back to start / destination or places after own wish.
 
NB! It is not permissible to use spike shoes in the stairs.
 
Regards
Willy Steinskog
Manager

Date: June 22 2019
Distance: 10,4 km
Highets attitude: 829 m.o.h
Terrain: 4444 steps(world’s longest wooden staircase) – further on gravel road, terrain and path
Start:  Kl.12:00 Flørli quay. Seeding with 20.sek.interval between each runner.
Split time: On the top of Flørlitrappene 741m.o.h (1.470km)
Finish: Flørli quay
Max Finish Time: 4 hours
Drink stations: On the top of Flørlitrappene.
 
There will be 1 splitt time during the race. At about 1.47km. The race has a max time of 4 hours.
Runners who do not arrive within 4 houers will not have a registered end time. If you quit the race, it’s important that you tell the race manager, or one in the crew.
 
The individual is responsible for returning to the start / destination or places of your choice.
 
Everyone who signs up in the race will be awarded by a medal when they finish at Flørli. 1.2.3. prize in Women’s and men’s class.

Ordinary prize NOK. 580,-
Ticket sale closes 21.june.2019 at. 18.00
 
Covers
– Planning / preparation and organization, etc.
– Food station in the finish area – drinking station at the top of the stairs.
– Timing and split time
– Prize for woman and men. 1.2.3 place
– Hot tub on the dock
– Nice medals for all who finish the race.
Updates will come.
 
– By registration, you must acknowledge that you have read and understood the race manual.
– The registration will be finally confirmed by the payment of the starting fee.
– The registration is binding. (See point below for selling your ticket)
– There is no refund for illness, injury, cancellation, etc.
– Age limit: 15 years by June 22th 2019
 
New from 2019
You can sell or give away your starting number up to 14 days before the race. This is done by logging into your account at EQTiming.no and change the information on the ticket. IMPORTANT: Please check that you update ALL information (name, phone number, email, etc.) as this is used to communicate with the participant for the race. It is also important that we manage to contact the participant in the race for safety reasons.
It is NOT allowed to meet on run to retrieve start number on another name one by itself.
 
 
Waiting lists will be set up. Upon sign-off, the first member of the waiting list will be contacted.

There is no road connection to Flørli – it is necessary to use a tourist ferry or a ferry boat (only tourist holiday on Saturday)
From Sandnes it will take about 30 minutes and about 40 minutes from Stavanger to Lauvvik quay. On the quay there is awalable parking space.
 
Tour or return to / from Flørli
www.thefjords.no
 
By bus to Lauvik
www.kolumbus.no
 
Accommodation
Apartments in detached houses: There are four similar apartments for 8 people and one for 6 persons – a total of 38 beds.
Booking for accommodation, etc.: www.florli.no/accomodation
 
 
-Flørli Tourist Lodge Stavanger Tourist Association (self-service): 27 beds
 
– Accommodation in own tent, lawn at the pier.

Registration / start number / individual preparation: 11: 00-11: 50
 
– Location of rear / equipment – clothing
– Kl.12:00 START (from Flørli quay)
– Warm-up exercises
– Interval start 20.sec. between each runner
– Split time : on the top of Flørlitrappene
– Drinking station on the top of the stairs /  in the finish area
– Frisk Helseklinikk offers free massage to the runners after the race.
 
AFTER THE RACE
– Prize ceremony – 1.2.3th place I men’s / women’s class.
– Simple food (free) for the participants.
– Dinner can be bought at Flørli cafe
– Large hot tub on the pier
– There is great emphasis on high  quality and well-being both before, during and after the race, with a good social framework
– After Run at the pier / schoolpub / hall
– We recommend as many as possible to book accommodation at Fløyrli  (see separate point of accommodation)

NUTRITION
Participants must make sure to bring food and drink if desired (streams / water during the course). At the food station and in the finish area there are juices, nutrition drinks, bananas, chocolate and more.
At the finish area, the runners is served with simple barbecue food. On top of the stairs, Coca Cola and water is given.
 
EQUIPMENT
Food, clothes, mobile phone for use during the race (no coverage throughout the course).
In a race like this, the weather may changed suddenly and it could be necessary forthe runners to be prepared for bad weather. We recommend a win / waterproof jacket to wear on the mountain.
 
Information provided before, during and after the race will be in Norwegian.
 
SAFETY
If there is a situation that requires external assistance, use the official emergency numbers, as well as contact with the race manager on the given mobile phone (Willy Steinskog tel. +46 926 10143).
All individual is responsible for his or her own safety during the course and for sufficient prepared to complete the race. There will be forbidden zones against passing other runnder in some parts of stairs (steepest parties). Read the race description carefully and follow the information given on the race facebook and info before starting. Nevertheless, it is important that the individual participant prepares well, follows marking / signage and uses own assessment ability in the course of the current situation. This way the security will be safeguarded in the best possible way. There will be present healthcare personnel in the start / finish area.
 
NB! The starting number MUST be clearly visible throughout the race.
 
CANCELLATION
In case of cancellation of our event prior to the day of the event, the organizer can retain 50% of the fees to cover expenses. In case of cancellation of the race due to sudden weather / climatic conditions or other force majeure, the organizer retains the starting quota.
 
INSURANCE
All participants who sign up for Flørlitrappene Opp must know about the different hazards and risks that this entails. Organizer can not be held liable for any kind of damage that should occur in connection with the event.
Damage is meant here:
– Damage to person
– Damage to things.
 
Organizer has no responsibility for theft. By signing up, you confirm that I have not or have had any diseases that may cause acute seizures and I confirm that I am not affected by alcohol or other drugs during the event. As a participant, you must be aware that you are not insured by the organizer Lysefjord Running if an accident / injury should occur during the event.
 
PERSONAL INFORMATION AND USE OF PERSONAL PHOTOS AND SITUATION PICTURES
By signing up for our event, you agree that your name and image will be published in start and result lists, which will also be posted on web in searchable form, so that previous years results can also be found. These lists may also contain information about age, classes and club membership.
Personal data and results will be stored in our database in accordance with the provisions of The Personal Data Act. Registration signifies consent that situation pictures of you are posted on our websites and facebook after the event. Such images will be included in our photo archive and could be subject to similar reuse, such as periodicals and publications. Images can also be used in commercial context. The images are used for newspapers, magazines and other third parties. For resale of images, the buyer is responsible for the use in accordance with the relevant regulations.

Date: Sept. 22nd 2018
Start: 09:00(Marathon). 11:00 (Halfmarathon)
Distance: Marathon – 42.195 km. / Halfmaraton: 21,097 km.
Total altitude: Marathon: 2.600hm – Halfmaraton 1100hm
Start / Finish : Preikestolen Fjellstue
Number of rounds t/r Preikestolen:
Marathon – 5 times – The first three rounds will get a loop in start / finish area.
Halfmaraton – 2 times – the two rounds will get a loop in start / finish area.. The race end with a 4km round trip around the finish area.
Substrates: Terrain
The highest point of the race: 604 moh
Maximum finish time: Marathon : 9,5 hours ( 18:30) Halfmaraton 5,5 hours  (Kl.16:30).
Runcut: After 33km. At 17:00 (4 th / s Preikestolen Fjellstue – Preikestolen). Halfmaraton after 17km. Kl.4,5timer.
Split Time: At the Preikestolen Fjellstue (finish area) and at the Preikestolen
Price: 650 NOK (Marathon) 550 NOK (Halfmaraton)
 
Participants who do not arrive at the above end time will not have a registered end time. If you quit the race, it is important that you inform the race manager immediately.
 
The individual is responsible for returning to the start / finish area or places of your choice.
 
PREMIER
1,2,3 place in men and women’s class
Everyone who completes the race will be awarded a nice medal.

Price Marathon 650,- NOK
Price Halfmaraton 550,- NOK

Ticket sale closes 20.09.18 at. 18.00
 
Covers
– Planning / preparation and organization, etc.
– Nice medals for all who finish the race.
– Food station in the finish area
 
– Registation opens at Dec 4th 2017 at. 18:00 (CET)
– By registration, you must acknowledge that you have read and understood the race manual.
– The registration is binding and it is not possible to sell / overtake tickets already allocated.
– There is no refund for illness, injury, cancellation, etc.
– Everyone who is 16 years old 22.09.2018 can participate.
 
Waiting lists will be set up. Upon sign-off, the first member of the waiting list will be contacted.
SIGN UP HERE

AFTER THE RACE
– Award ceremony
– Everyone who completes the race will be awarded medal
– Frisk Helseklinikk  offers free massages to the runners.
– Free hot tub for guests at Preikestolen Fjällstue from 6:00 pm
 
We recommend as many as possible to book accommodation:
1. Preikestolen Fjellstue 
2. Pulpit hostels.
 
We recommend that families and friends meet up to cheer for the runners in start /finish along the track.

COULD THIS BE NORWAY’S HARDEST AND MOST SPECTACULAR MOUNTAIN MATATON?
 
The race begins at Preikestolen Fjellstue and follows the main road to the  Preikestolen. The race will go in a stunningly beautiful and spectacular area with a generally good and well-prepared trail terrace. The trail follows the main road into the Preikestolen and is easy to find, it will also be GOOD marked with red pennants marked Lysefjord Running, plus lots of motivational signs. The runners turn on the Preikestol platform itself. Before the runners come to the turning point, a sign will tell  ”running forbidden”. The reason for the  prohibition is that the runners should not conflict with each other before / during and after turning – safety in terms of width and height. This day, the main road is the priority of the Preikestolen Marathon and Halfmarathon. The main road generally has good passability for the runners.
For Halfmarathon runners, after been at the Preikestolen two times, the race will end with an 4km round track down at the finish area.
We hope that many come to hitch the runners along the track and in the target area.
 
Altimeter up to the Preikestolen:
420
 
Down from Preikestilen:
80 (5 runder)
 
Number of round trips Preikestolen Fjellstue – Preikestolen:
Marathon – 5 on  8 km. each round. The first three rounds will get a loop in the start / finish area. (height meter per round is 30)
Halfmarathon – 2 on 8km each round. The two rounds will have a loop in the start / finish area, also a 4km track after coming down from the preikestolen after the second time.

EQUIPMENT
Food, clothes, mobile phone for use during the race (no coverage throughout the course). In a race like this, the weather may changed suddenly and it could be necessary for the runners to be prepared for bad weather.
Information provided before, during and after the race will be in Norwegian.
 
NUTRITION
Participants must bring food and drink. At the start / finish area, food is supplied with mineral water (Coca Cola), nutritional drink, water and something small to eat. After finishing the race, food is provided with simple food.
 
SAFETY
If there is a situation that requires external assistance, use the official emergency numbers, as well as contact with the manager on mobile phone. (Tlf.926 10143 – Willy Steinskog).
All individual is responsible for his or her own safety during the course and for sufficient prepared to complete the race. Read the race description carefully and follow the information given on the race website / facebook and info before start (at 08:45). Nevertheless, it is important that each participant prepares GOOD, following the marked with red pennants and barrier band marked Lysefjord Running. Individuals must use their own assessment ability in the course of the current situation, so the safety will be safeguarded in the best possible way. There will be present health personnel in the start / finish and along the trail. Each participant must bring with you the necessary medication for any illnesses / injuries you have experienced before.
 
CANCELLATION
In case of cancellation of our event prior to the day of the event, the organizer can retain 50% of the fees to cover expenses. In case of cancellation of the race due to sudden weather / climatic conditions or other force majeure, the organizer retains the starting quota.
 
INSURANCE
All participants who sign up for Preikestolen Marathon must know about the different hazards and risks that this entails. Organizer can not be held liable for any kind of damage that should occur in connection with the event.
 
Damage is meant here:
– Damage to person
– Damage to things
 
Organizer has no responsibility for theft. By signing up, you confirm that I have not or have had any diseases that may cause acute seizures and I confirm that I am not affected by alcohol or other drugs during the event. As a participant, you must be aware that you are not insured by the organizer Lysefjord Running if an accident / injury should occur during the event.
 
PERSONAL INFORMATION AND USE OF PERSONAL PHOTOS AND SITUATION PICTURES
By signing up for our event, you agree that your name and image will be published in start and result lists, which will also be posted on web in searchable form, so that previous years results can also be found. These lists may also contain information about age, classes and club membership.
 
Personal data and results will be stored in our database in accordance with the provisions of The Personal Data Act. Registration signifies consent that situation pictures of you are posted on our websites and facebook after the event. Such images will be included in our photo archive and could be subject to similar reuse, such as periodicals and publications. Images can also be used in commercial context. The images are used for newspapers, magazines and other third parties. For resale of images, the buyer is responsible for the use in accordance with the relevant regulations.