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PULAG 100K Course Records:
Male: Dino Mantilez 17:49:02 (2014)
Female: Julie Ann Luchana 25:56:30 (2015)


PULAG 100K Top 5 Fastest Male Runners:

  1. Dino Mantilez 17:49:02 (2014)
  2. Jerome Bautista 19:09:30 (2015)
  3. Roland Wangwang 19:36:40 (2015)
  4. Jones Mortega 21:33:02 (2015)
  5. Kristian Joergensen (Denmark) 22:01:00 (2015)

PULAG 100K Fastest Female Runner:

  1. Julie Ann Luchana 25:56:30 (2015)


Start: May 19, 2017, Friday, 12:01 a.m. / Kayapa Central School
Finish: May 20, 2017, Saturday, 6:01 a.m. / Kayapa Central School

Awarding and Closing Ceremonies:
May 20, 2017, Saturday, 5:00 p.m. / Kayapa Central School

Race Briefing and Race Kit Distribution:
May 18, 2017, Thursday 10:00 a.m. / Kayapa Central School


  • CUTOFF 1- Napo-Tuyak KM45: Ten (10:00:00) hours
  • CUTOFF 2- Babadak KM62: Sixteen (16:00:00) hours
  • CUTOFF 3- Dayap Km102: Twenty Six (26:00:00) hours
  • CUTOFF 4- KM112: (FINISH LINE): Thirty (30:00:00) hours


Drop Bag / Drop Bag Collection: May 18, 2017, Thursday, 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 noon

Every runner is allowed one drop bag which will be brought to Babadak Ranger Station (Km 62) immediately after the collection period.

Support crews will be allowed in Babadak (Aid Station 4) and Dayap Primary School (Aid Station 7). These areas are vehicle accessible.


Runners attempting P1 must understand that challenges exist in this 100-kilometer trail race and they must be prepared to make decisions for their own safety under uncertain conditions without expectation of immediate assistance due to the inaccessibility of many areas to any type of motor vehicle, the remoteness of the race route and the distance between villages/households. While there is no guarantee that the runner is prepared for every eventuality, finishing a qualifying event gives some evidence of being prepared for P1. Additionally, it also improves the chances for a runner to finish the event.

For the safety and welfare of all those involved in this event, participants must meet the following requirements:

  1. He/she must be at least 18 years of age during event day.
  2. He/she must have officially finished within the last 24 months prior to P1 any one road or trail ultramarathon or a triathlon with a minimum 21-km run leg***
  3. Previous official finishers of Hardcore Hundred Miles (H1), Pulag 100K (P1), Four Lakes 100K (FL100), and Old Spanish Trail 50K/65K (OST50/OST60), regardless of the year, are automatic qualifiers.

*** Results must be verifiable over the internet.

All participants must abide by the Race Rules and Guidelines.

Map and Elevation Profile

Pulag 100K elevation and map profile


Pulag 100K (P1) follows the first 100-kilometer route of Hardcore 100 Miles (H1), the center piece event of KOTM. H1 aspirants are encouraged to join this event one year prior to H1 to get a feel of the longer-distance race.

The course is approximately 112 kilometers in distance, less than five kilometers of which consist of concrete paths. It has many demanding ascents and breathtaking descents. The total elevation gain is around 5,628 meters while total elevation loss is approximately 5,169 meters.

The race is worth 5 UTMB® points.

Following is a list of the villages / landmarks runners will pass. (Given the location, terrain characteristics and varying weather conditions, allow for discrepancies in distances/ data recorded during race day). Aid/refreshment Stations and Cut-off points are indicated.

All runners must leave the Cut-off Stations on or before the designated time. Otherwise, they will be disqualified and not be allowed to continue with the race.

START: Kayapa Town Hall (Km 0/1121 masl)

  • Talecabcab
  • Indupit (1866 masl)
  • Pangawan/Boundary (Km14/1484 masl) ***Aid Station 1
  • Dayap Primary School
  • Ambasa
  • Banao Elementary School (Km28) ***Aid Station 2
  • Cabayo Elementary School
  • Napo/Tuyak Integrated School (Km45)***Aid Station 3
    CUTOFF 1: Ten (10:00:00) Hours. DQd runners will hire a motorcycle at their own expense to ferry them to Babadak where they will board the service vehicle to Kayapa.
  • Mount Pulag Grasslands marker (Km52/2747 masl) – TURN LEFT TO BABADAK following the stone path to Camps 2 and 1 onwards. DO NOT proceed to any of the four peaks.
  • Babadak Ranger Station (Km62) ***Aid Station 4 / Drop Bag Station
    CUTOFF 2: Sixteen (16:00:00) Hours. Runners not able to make the cut-off time in this station will be ferried to Kayapa Central School.
  • Balete Barangay Hall (Km74/1531 masl) ***Aid Station 5 (Hot meals will be served).
  • Cabayo Elementary School
  • Banao Elementary School (Km 91) ***Aid Station 6
  • Ambasa
  • Dayap Primary School (Km102/1596 masl) ***Aid Station 7
    FINISH: Kayapa Central School (Km 112/1121 masl) CUTOFF 3: Thirty (30:00:00) Hours.



PhP 4,000.00 for local entrants
USD 100.00 for foreign entrants
Inclusive of race and pacer numbers, trail fees, event shirt, pre-race snacks and post-race meal.
Official finishers will receive a token.


• Bank Deposit: (Local Entrants)
Bank of the Philippine Islands – Savings Account
Account No: 2379 0362 39
Account Name: Constante C Mendoza Jr

• Bank Deposit: (Foreign Entrants)
Bank of the Philippine Islands – Savings Account
Account No: 2379 0362 39
Swift Code: BOPIPHMM
Account Name: Constante C Mendoza Jr
Please refer to your bank’s current PHP rate vis-a-vis USD.
Telephone contact number for record is 63 999 998 7654

• Write name, gender, birthday, nationality, and shirt size (see Asian sizing chart) AND qualifying race on the deposit slip, scan/photograph and email to (Subject: 2017 Pulag 100)
• Wait for an acknowledgment email to confirm your registration.