The team of Himalayan Trail Running has been looking after the famous trail Races such as Everest 135,Annapurna 100 and Annapurna Mandala Trail Race. The details of the races are gicen below. You can join the races by going to their official website from the link given.

Contact us if you want us to take care of the logistics of your event or trail races.

Everest 135

Everest 135, the world’s toughest ultra-marathon in the highest mountain range in the world, the Himalaya!

Inspired by the “Classic Everest Base Camp trail” covered by Everest climbers in the early 20th century, the route takes the early pioneer’s trail to Everest Base Camp starting from Jiri (1878m) in Nepal, leading its way through Sagarmatha (Everest) National Park to Everest Base Camp. The adventure takes runners through the spectacular mountain passes in the Everest region.

Prior to the construction of Lukla Airport in 1964, Jiri was the gateway to the Everest region of the Himalaya. Everest 135 brings back traditional concepts to enrich the journey and ensures the Race is the most memorable experience of your life!

The spirit of breakthrough and self-transcendence has long driven the entire human race forward and the notion of “higher, stronger, faster” and the spirit of adventure have led us towards the unknown. Some people say that “extreme exploration” is the ultimate pursuit of cross-country runners because it perfectly integrates the magnificent natural world and the strong willpower of human beings.

Life and death, redemption and inheritance touch the deepest quiet place of our soul. That’s why Guibin Sports International (Beijing) established the 135-mile cross-country race at Mount Everest. It may be the toughest cross-country race the world has ever seen!


2018 Everest
2019 Everest


2020 Everest

Annapurna 100

The Annapurna 100 is destined to be one of the world’s fine trail running races. It’s got hills, forests, great views of an enormous 8000m peak, Hindu and Buddhist culture, and is probably the only ultra race where you get a tikka on your forehead at 50 km and a garland of flowers around your neck. It’s Nepal’s original ultra-marathon!


2016 Sikles
2017 Sikles
2018 Mardi Himal
2019 Mardi Himal


2020 Mardi Himal

Annapurna Mandala Race

The Annapurna (8,091 m) is a Himalayan summit which holds a special place in the hearts of the French since it was conquered by the mountaineers Maurice Herzog and Louis Lachenal on June 3, 1950. That day, at 2 pm, a man defeated for the first time a summit of more than 8,000 meters. Today, this mountain is the least visited of the ten “8,000” in Nepal.

Five peaks make up the Annapurna massif: Annapurna I (8,091 m), Annapurna II (7,937 m), Annapurna III (7,855 m), Annapurna IV (7,525 m) and Annapurna Sud (7,279 m). About fifty other summits are part of this gigantic mountainous complex with notably the Varahashikhar (7.847 m), the Gangapurna (7.485 m), the Khangsar Kang (7.485 m), the Tilicho Pic (7.134 m), the North Nilgiri (7.061 m) and the majestic Machhapuchhare (6.993 m).

The Annapurna Himal is not the only massif in the region. In the East, it is Manaslu which rises to 8,156 meters. In the West, and this is not new, the impressive chain of Dhaulagiris and its highest peak (8,167 meters) bar the horizon. It is in this exceptional universe, at the heart of the “Mountain Continent”; the Himalayas, land of adventure par excellence, that takes place the Annapurna Mandala Trail.

In Buddhist philosophy, the Mandala is the symbolic representation of the universe with a center and a circle around it. This diagram is a support for meditation, synonymous with eternal restarting, like the representation of time in Asia. Or, like the search for the absolute, for perfection, a quest that never finds what does not exist. It is therefore from the idea of ​​the mandala that the race was designed. Since 2000, if the Annapurna Mandala Trail routes are of variable geometry, depending on the edition, the Annapurna Himal is either the center, the anchor point or the final axis of the event.

Annapurna Tower, Tilicho Lake, Annapurna Sanctuary and Manaslu Tower; Nar-Phu Valley, Mustang – formerly the Forbidden Kingdom – Dhaulagiri Tour, Hidden Valley and Annapurnas Base Camp; Each year, the Annapurna Mandala Trail is a stage race that offers runners and walkers a new route where everyone can walk, either exploring their limits, or discovering a region, or both.

In Nepal, everyone has the freedom to run, to walk on the Mandala. However, the runner is not immortal, the circle is still unfinished … Around the Annapurnas, there is therefore a beginning and an end, a departure and an arrival and between 280 and 350 kilometers to cover on the “Paths of Heaven”


2017 Great Himal Race
2018 Manaslu
2019 Dolpo


2020 EBC to ABC
2023 GHT - Hilsa to Kanchanjunga Base camp