Regis­tra­tions open Septem­ber 18th


Ultra X Bolivia takes par­ti­cipants through an ancient Inca trail that starts at 4000 metres above sea level at the vil­lage of Apo­lob­amba in the South Amer­ic­an Andes. The course will fin­ish at just 500 metres above sea level in the small town of Rur­renabaque based on the Beni river, known as the gate­way to the rain­forest.

All Ultra X loc­a­tions are beau­ti­ful and remote but Ultra X Bolivia cer­tainly boasts some of the most spec­tac­u­lar and secluded scenery you may ever see. This is a truly wild multi-day ultra which takes place in a part of the world that you might oth­er­wise nev­er get to see.


5 Days




24–34 Degrees C






Com­pet­it­ors will arrive into El Alto air­port on Sat­urday, where they will be met and trans­por­ted by the race organ­isers to a hotel in La Paz for the night.


After intro­duc­tions, brief­ings and kit checks, every­one is trans­por­ted to camp in the moun­tains.











After the last stage on Fri­day the organ­isers host a big camp fire and BBQ for the last night in the moun­tains. This will be com­pet­it­ors first taste on non-dehyd­rated food in a week! The prize giv­ing and awards cere­mony will also take place.


On Sat­urday morn­ing buses will take com­pet­it­ors to La Paz to explore the city and its won­ders before being trans­por­ted back to a hotel for the last night.


Par­ti­cipants will be trans­ferred to the air­port on Sunday for return flights.








Included in your fee:

As well as the below, entrants will receive dis­counts from top sports nutri­tion and equip­ment sup­pli­ers.

  1. Trans­fers (airport/race start/race finish/hotel/airport)
  2. Accom­mod­a­tion dur­ing the race
  3. Race entry
  4. Water (rationed)
  5. Med­ic­al team
  6. Ground assist­ance
  7. Min­im­al insur­ance
  8. Indi­vidu­al rank­ings or team rank­ings for registered teams
  9. Medal
  10. T-shirt

NOT Included in Your Fee:

  1. Flights (but we will advise you on flight times to ensure effi­cient trans­fers)
  2. Your food dur­ing the race
  3. Any equip­ment
  4. Com­pre­hens­ive insur­ance (to cov­er can­cel­la­tion, loss of items, injury etc.)
  5. Train­ing costs
  6. Doc­tors fees (e.g. for ECG )
  7. Spend­ing money

Import­ant Inform­a­tion

The liv­ing accom­mod­a­tion con­sists of a biv­ou­ac or tent shared by between 2–8 com­pet­it­ors.

Com­pet­it­ors will have to carry essen­tial safety equip­ment (such as water bottles, gels, basic med­ic­al kits, a whistle etc.) in their ruck­sacks but unlike oth­er races they will only need to carry their daily race pro­vi­sions as lug­gage is trans­por­ted for com­pet­it­ors between camps.

Com­pet­it­ors will need to be self suf­fi­cient from Sunday mid­day to lunch­time on the final day of the race.

Between those dates you must provide all your own food. Due to weight, dehyd­rated or freeze dried food is recom­men­ded.

What I love about these Ultra X races is that they are a great way to see the wild­est corners of the earth. I loved Jordan and will be off to Bolivia soon. Bring it on!

Fer­gus Scholes

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