Outrun the Road, Outlast the Trail at the Salomon X-Trail Pilipinas 2015


Trail fanatics & Running enthusiasts are sure to be thrilled once again, with the announcement of this year’s highly-anticipated Salomon X-Trail Run. Back for another round of exhilarating action, this race is one of Salomon’s trail running race series in the Asia Pacific Region, namely in Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan, and the Philippines.

Don't miss this magnificent view as you take on the challenge of Salomon X-Trail Pilipinas 2015

Don’t miss this magnificent view as you take on the challenge of Salomon X-Trail Pilipinas 2015

Reputed for being a technical trail running race, the “X-Trail” branding includes a mix of different terrain & surfaces– dirt, rocks, sand and concrete paths. The past years’ Salomon Pilipinas X-Trail events were held at Premier locations outside Metro Manila, boasting beautiful sceneries, where mountains & coastlines merge together in the race route.

Attracting more than 1,200 participants during the past years, this race attracts all kinds of participants, with varying trail skill levels — from newbies to hardcore loyalists of the Salomon brand. Hence, the brand has made it a point to keep things exciting and challenging for everyone, offering different race courses, different routes and challenges, creating excitement & anticipation year on year.

This year’s X-Trail Run will be offering four distances: 6km road to trail, 12km road to trail, and the much anticipated 24km & 32km mountain run. These are perfect distances for all types of trail runners and outdoor enthusiasts who want to test their skill and endurance in the sport.

For the 6km and 12km Road-To-Trail category, outdoor enthusiasts who want to take their running to a higher level will get the chance to do so, as it is a perfect introduction to trails.

The 24km and 32km Mountain Run is targeted for experienced runners who wish to test their limits with steep ascents and multi-terrain challenges which stimulates skyrunning – an area of discipline where Salomon dominates. This category is considered a more ‘hardcore’ route, the course is meant for trail runners who wish to partake in the real Salomon Experience.

Categories Registration Fee
6k (Road-To-Trail) P850.00
12k (Road-To-Trail) P1,100.00
Inclusions: race bib, timing chip, Salomon X-Trail technical jersey, Salomon handheld water bottle, post-race meal, and a finisher’s medal for those who finish within the cut-off time
24k (Mountain Run) P1,400.00
32k (Mountain Run) P1,600.00

1. Mandatory Gears for this category is a headlamp, whistle, hydration pack/belt which will all be checked prior to race start.

2. The race employs a strict No Mandatory Gear and No Race rule. The Salomon X-Trail Pilipinas is a Green Run, no disposables will be provided at the hydration stations and participants are required to bring their own provisions.

3. For those who wish to reserve a bus slot from Trinoma Mall to Anvaya Cove and back, registrants may simply add another P600. The offer is exclusive for the first 300 registrants only.

For all interested runners, registered participants will also get 20% discount across all regular priced items at Salomon Stores including SM Aura, SM Megamall, SM North Edsa Annex, Glorietta 3, Abreeza Davao, and in R.O.X. Bonifacio High Street.

Registration is ongoing until April 20.
1. Online Registration: http://www.salomonxtrailpilipinas.com

2. In-Store Registration:
Salomon Store SM Aura, 4th floor
Salomon Store SM Megamall, 3rd floor, Bldg D
Salomon Glorietta 3 Store, 2/f Glorietta 3
Salomon Store SM Annex North Edsa, 2/f
R.O.X. Bonifacio High Street

The distribution of race kits is at R.O.X. Bonifacio High Street, starting April 10 to 23, at the 3rd floor (c/o Runners’Runner Booth).

For accommodations, special rates of partner hotels of Anvaya Cove will be available at the website. For accommodation inquiries and reservations, email inquiry@salomonxtrailpilipinas.com or visit http://www.salomonxtrailpilipinas.com for more details.

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