The association “Dinaridi Trails” are the organizers of the event Ultra Trail DInarides in assistance with the Croatian Mountain Rescue Service and the cities of Knin, Vrlika Sinj, Trilj and municipalities Kijevo, Civljane, Hrvace, Otok and Split-Dalmatia and Šibenik-Knin counties.


DIRECTOR OF EVENT: Ivan Marušić 095/506-1526

ASSOCIATION: Association „Dinaridi trails“

Serdara Tomaševića 52, 21230 Sinj


VAT No: (HR) 00159433637

PHONE: +385 95 506 1526

IBAN: HR 0324070001100210083

Contact mail:

Ultra trail Dinarides is an event consisting of several individual races using the mountain routes of the Dinara Nature Park. Each race is a separate event which must be done in a single stage at an undefined pace within a time limit.

KING’S RACE: dužine 171 km uz pozitivnu visinsku razliku od 8430 m, starta u Kninu, vremensko ograničenje je 48 sati.

Start: 03.06.2022. – 13:00 h FRIDAY

KNIGHT’S RACE: Dužine 123 km uz pozitivnu visinsku razliku od 5998 m, starta u Civljanama na izvoru rijeke Cetine, vremensko ograničenje je 36 sati.

Start: 03.06.2022. – 21:00 h FRIDAY

UTD MARATHON: dužine 42 km uz pozitivnu visinsku razliku od 1770 m, starta u Vošatanama, vremensko ograničenje je 12 sati.

Start: 04.06.2022. – 08:00 h SATURDAY

INITIATION RACE: 20km long with an altitude difference of 550m, starts in SInj with a time limit of 8 hours.

Start: 04.06.2022. – 09:00 sati SUBOTA

FAMILY RACE: 10km long with an altitude difference of 300m, starts in Sinj with a time limit of 4 hours.

Start: 05.06.2022. – 08:30 h SUNDAY

The races are open to any person, male or female, licensed, or not. A declaration of liability has to be signed by the parents from participants born in 2002 or younger.

The participants born between 2002 and 2004 may only participate in the following courses: FAMILY, INITIATION and UTD MARATHON.

Registration has to be made online at the registration portal of the event The indemnity provision and the Conditions for participation have to be accepted during online registration. A participant only becomes entitled to a starting slot after a succesful payment provided that slots are still available.

Each participant has to pick up his/her starting pack in person.

Athletes who have been found guilty of doping will not be admitted. Moreover, the organizer is entitled to disqualify athletes for reasons important to the organizer.

Registration is available online at our partner’s website, who handles all registrations and all personal data of the registered entrants. By registering to the Ultra Trail Dinarides, competitors automatically accept the competition regulations and ethics. Registration is final. The fee can be paid online by credit card via a secure payment system.

RACE                    AMOUNT

KING’S RACE 1000 kn

KNIGHT'S RACE         800 kn

UTD MARATHON         400 kn

INITIATION RACE        170 kn

FAMILY RACE             100 kn


The registration fee covers:

Personalized start number

Starter pack with gifts

Large drop bag and complete manipulation (only for KING'S and KNIGHT's races)

Small drop bag and complete manipulation (for all competitors on all races). After the start of the race, the small bags will be trensported to the finish line in Sinj

rich aid stations, approximately every 15 km, with drinks and food

showers and changing room facilities at the city pool near the finish mark

a hot meal in Sinj

finisher’s medal

medical first aid in the finish area

finisher’s certificate

live timekeeping, interim times and results

a hot meal at the mountain house sv. Jakov (only KING'S and KNIGHT's races)


The registration fee does not cover:

*Bus transfet from Sinj to the start location of each race (the transfer can during registration and costs 8€)


To participate in the Ultra Trail Dinarides, particularly the KING'S and KNIGHT'S races, it is essential:


  • To be completely aware of the length and specificity of the event and to be perfectly prepared for it
  • To have acquired, previous to the race, real capacity of personal autonomy in the mountains allowing for the management of potential problems induced by this type of event, and notably:


  • To know how to confront, without outside help, climatic conditions which could be very difficult to deal with at altitude (night, wind, cold, fog, rain or snow)
  •  To know how to manage, including when one is isolated, physical or mental problems arising from great fatigue, digestive problems, muscle or articular pains, small wounds…
  •  To be completely conscious that the organization’s role is not to help a runner manage these problems
  • To be completely aware that for such an activity in the mountains safety depends upon the runner’s capacity to adapt to the problems encountered or foreseen
  • To inform and to sensitize the members of the runner’s entourage towards the respect of nature, people and the regulations of the race
  • To accept to receive newsletters providing information about the event

The race will be conducted based on teh principal of semy-autonomy. All races of The Ultra Trail DInarides event take place in one single stage, at an undefined pace, within the time limits specified for each race. Semi-autonomy is defined as having the capacity to be autonomous between two refreshments posts, refering to food and drinks, equipment, and safety, allowing for adapting to any problems encountered or foreseen (bad weather, physical problems, injury…)


This principle implies the following rules:

  1. Each runner must have with them throughout the duration of the race the totality of their mandatory equipment. At any moment of the race, the equipment can be checked by the race officials. The runner is obliged to submit to these checks in good faith, at the risk of exclusion from the race.
  2. The refreshment posts supply drinks and food may only be consumed at the refreshment post. The organization only supplies still water or energizing drink for filling water bottles or hydration packs. When leaving the aid station, the runners should take care to ensure they have the quantity of drink and food which is necessary to keep them going until the following aid station.
  3. Personal assistance and company is tolerated exclusively at certain aid stations (*), in the zone specifically reserved for this use. Assistance can only be given by one person, without specific equipment other than a bag with a maximum volume of 30 liters. Assistance given by a team of professionals, or any medic or paramedic, is strictly forbidden. The rest of the refreshment post is strictly reserved for the runners.
  4. It is forbidden to accompany or be accompanied along any part the race route by a person not registered for the race, outside of the tolerance zones which are clearly marked in the


(*) Personal assistance is tolerated at the following aid stations: Brezovac, Cetina river source, sv. Jakov, Korita


It is forbidden at all other refreshment posts, as well as at any other point of the race route.

In order to ensure their security and the good progress of each event, each participant must have at their disposal the all the mandatory equipment on the list, detailed below.

The “hot-weather”, “cold-weather” kits are integrally a part of the obligatory equipment. According to the weather conditions, the organizers can activate a kit and inform each participant before the opening of the race-bib distribution for their race. Each participant must, therefore, present their mandatory equipment, including the kit activated by the organizers, in order to retrieve their race-bib, and agree to keep it with them throughout the event.

It is important to note that the material imposed by the organizers is a vital minimum which each trail-runner must adapt in function to their own capacities. In particular, they must not choose the lightest weight clothing possible in order to gain a few grams but opt for clothing which really offers good protection in the mountains against the cold, wind and snow, which therefore give better security and better performance.

Basic kit

- Mobile phone (smartphone strongly recommended): the runner must be reachable at any time before, during and after the race:

  • mobile phone with international roaming allowing for its use in Croatia and BiH (since part of the race goes through BiH) - load into its memory the organization’s security numbers, don’t hide your number and don’t forget to leave with the battery fully charged
  • Keep the phone on, airplane mode is prohibited and it could lead to a penalty.

- head torch in good working order with spare cells/batteries

  • Recommendation: 200 lumens or more

- basic first aid kit

  • 2 gauze pads
  • 1 gauze roller bandage
  •  a box of adhesive bandages

- Food reserve

  •  Recommendation: 800kcal

- The hooded jacket which can withstand bad weather in the mountains with waterproof* and breathable** membrane (eg. Outdry)

  • *minimum recommended 10 000 Schmerber
  • **RET recommended inferior to 13
  •  the jacket must, imperatively, be fitted with an integrated hood or one which is attached to the jacket by the original system designed for that purpose by the manufacturer.
  • the seams must be sealed.
  • the jacket must not have sections of fabric which are not waterproof, but air vents fitted by the manufacturer (under-arm, in the back) since they do not damage in any obvious way the impermeability, are accepted.
  • It is the runner’s responsibility to judge, with these criteria, if their jacket fits the regulations stated but, during a check, the judgment is made by the person in charge of the check or the race official.
  • Additional warm second layer: a warm second layer top with long sleeves (cotton excluded) of a weight of a minimum of 180g (men’s size medium (M) OR the combination of a warm long sleeved underwear (first or second layer, cotton excluded) of a minimum weight of 110 g (men’s size medium (M) ) and a durable water repellant (DWR protection) windproof jacket*
  • *the wind-proof jacket does not replace the obligatory waterproof jacket, and vice versa

Hot weather kit (can be deemed necessary by the organization, according to weather conditions)

Cold weather kit (can be deemed necessary by the organization, according to weather conditions)

  • 3rd warm layer (the intermediary layer between the 2nd layer and the waterproof jacket) Recommendation: fleece or compressible down jacket


O – obligatory

R – recommended

TBA – to be announced

Competitors are advised to obtain insurance. Each competitor should be covered by accident insurance. This must cover potential costs for Rescue operations (particularly helicopter evacuation, search, and action by rescue) and treatment. Any damage claims from competitors against the Race Organizer, regardless of their legal reason, are void.


For members of the ITRA (International Trail Running Association), it is possible to subscribe to an Assistance – Repatriation insurance which covers the cost of search and rescue world-wide. For more information go to


The choice of the method of evacuation and the actual choice of hospital is at the discretion of the search and rescue and medical officials.


Expenses arising from the use of exceptional methods of rescue or evacuation have to be paid by the person rescued who will also have to pay their return from the place to where they were evacuated. It falls to the runner to create their file and present it to their insurance company within the stated time limit.

By registering for UTD , participants agree to respect the environment and the natural areas they pass through. In particular :

  • It is strictly forbidden to abandon your rubbish (gel tubes, paper, organic detritus, plastic wrappers…) along the race route. Trash/rubbish bins are available at each aid station and it is imperative that they are used. The race officials conduct random checks all along the race route.
  • All participants must keep any rubbish and wrappers with them until they can throw them in the bins which are provided for them at each aid stations. The organization encourages runners to equip themselves with a bag or pouch in which to transport their waste to the next bin.
  • It is imperative that you follow the paths as they are way-marked, without short-cutting them.
  • No disposable plastic dishes (cutlery, cups, bowls) will be distributed at the aid stations. This is to reduce the plastic usage by runners, as well as by the volunteers of the 100 Miles of Istria. Instead of the plastic utensils, the organizer will provide wooden or paper ones.

Every competitor expressly foregoes the right for any images or video footage during the event, just as they renounce any right of appeal to the organizers and their partners for the use of their image. Only the organization can transfer this right for images and videos to any media, via an accreditation or relevant license.

All communication about the event or the use of images or videos from the event must respect the name of the event, the registered trademark and have official approval from the organization.

  • With the registration, the participant agrees that personal data can be gathered and passed on to third parties for the purposes of timekeeping, rankings, and results as well as for the publication of respective lists on the internet.


  • The information is collected as part of a registration for one of the Ultra Trail Dinarides races, for the needs of the organization and in particular to identify each competitor in order to communicate his/her information related to his/her participation before, during or after the event.


  • The participant agrees that his first name, last name, country, date of birth, team name, bib number and results (ranking, time) may be published in all print and electronic media relevant to the event.


  • The runner’s data is kept in the database for 10 years. This period is renewable at each registration and corresponds to the legal data retention period of the medical and non-contraindication to the practice of athletics or running in competition certificate, or the sports card. Beyond these 10 years, and unless the runner authorizes the organization to keep his/her data, all data are deleted except the runner’s surname, first name, date of birth, gender and nationality to maintain the rankings.

KING'S/KNIGHT'S: each competitor recieves a large and an small drop bag with their bib number

After having filled it with the necessities of their choice and having closed it, the copetitors can drop it off ONLY in the designated area at the designated working hours. The bag is then transported to sv. Jakov by the organization. Upon arriving at sv. Jakov, the runner must, obligatorily, withdraw their bag. When they leave the aid station they, personally, leave their bag in the designated area. The bags are then returned to Sinj where they can be picked up at the designated working hours.

The small bag is used for the personal stuff/gear at the start point. Having filled it with the stuff competitors doesn’t want to carry along the course, they can deposit it at the designated places at each race start. The bags are then taken back to Sinj where they can be picked up at the designated working hours

MARATHON: each competitor recieves a large and an small drop bag with their bib number

The small bag is used for the personal stuff/gear at the start point. Having filled it with the stuff competitors doesn’t want to carry along the course, they can deposit it at the designated places at each race start. The bags are then taken back to Sinj where they can be picked up at the designated working hours

Note 1: Competitors are advised not to place objects of value in the bags; the organizer accepts no liability for any theft, loss or damage of bags or their contents.

Note 2: The small bags can be deposited ONLY at the start location.

Bags pick-up in Sinj: The bags are returned to either the competitor or a family member or friend, uniquely upon presentation of the race-bib. The bags must be recuperated no later than 2 hours after the end of the race. After that time, the runner must come, in person, to recuperate their bag, at their own cost, from the organization in Umag.

The organization ensures the repatriation, to Sinj, of any bags of runners who abandon, on the condition that the abandonment has been registered. The delay of the repatriation is in relation to logistical constraints and the organization can not guarantee a complete repatriation of bags before the end of the race.

Only bags supplied by the organization will be transported. Poles are not allowed in these bags. The contents of the bags will not be verified, no complaint about the contents of the bag at the finish will be accepted.

The organization ensures the presence of solid and liquid refreshments along the race route. The aid stations supply drinks and food for consumption in situ. The organization supplies still water and energizing drink for filling water bottles/hydration packs and personal beakers. The competitor must take care when leaving each aid station, that they have enough food and drink to last them to the next aid station.


Only runners wearing a visible race-bib who have been duly checked have access to the aid stations.
The Race guide (to be published in March 2022 will have a complete list of aid stations and what they serve.

A check is carried out at the arrival at an aid station and at certain security posts.


Unexpected check posts are set-up at posts other than those of aid stations or security posts. Their location is not divulged by the organization

The courses will be marked with more than 10.000 pink flags on the course (every cca 40 meters) along with around 100 arrow signs and a few kilometers of red-and-white stripe tape. For better sighting at night, the way-markers are fitted, in part, with reflective material which attracts the light of your torch. In the urban areas, the course will be marked with red-and-white tape along with the arrows sprayed on the asphalt surfaces.


ATTENTION: if you don’t see any course mark for some time (longer than 200 m), turn back!


In respect to the environment, no paint is used on the paths.







These time barriers are calculated to allow competitors to arrive at the finish within the maximum time allowed while having made eventual stops (rest, food…). In order to be authorized to continue with an event, competitors must leave the checkpoint before the time limit (whatever their time of arrival at the checkpoint). 


In order to continue the race, participants must exit the refreshment station before the time limit at that station (regardless of the time of entry into the station).


All competitors excluded from the race who wish to continue the route can only do so after having returned their race-bib and under their own responsibility and in complete autonomy.




It is up to a runner in trouble or seriously hurt to call for the help :

  • By going to an aid station
  • By calling race HQ
  • By asking another runner to alert the security service

Every runner must give assistance to any person in danger and alert security services.

In the case where it is impossible to contact race HQ, you can make a direct call to the national security service (most particularly if you find yourself in a zone where only emergency calls are possible)

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Do not forget that hazards of all sorts, linked to the environment and the race, may require you to wait for assistance for a longer time than expected. Your security, therefore, depends upon the quality of the equipment which you have put in your pack.


All the personnel, medics, paramedics, search and rescue and official guides, as well as any person so designated by the organization, are able to :

  •  exclude any competitor from the race who is judged to be unable to continue the event
  • oblige any competitor to use any element of obligatory equipment
  • have evacuated by any means any runners who are judged to be in danger
  • orientate patients to a better treatment structure which is better adapted to their needs


A runner who contacts a physician or rescue personnel submits themselves to their authority and agrees to accept their decisions. As from the moment where the state of a runner’s health justifies treatment via an intravenous drip, they are obligatorily excluded from the race.


An infirmary will be accessible in Umag throughout the duration of the event. Competitors who have a severe medical problem may present themselves. Minor treatments will be carried out at the discretion of the personnel and subject to their availability.


Each runner must stay on the way-marked route, even to sleep.
All runners who voluntarily venture from the way-marked course are no longer under the responsibility of the organization.

Each competitor, upon succesfully finishing the race in the designated timelimit receives a finisher's medal.
A post-race meal is served at the designated restaurant in Sinj.

There is the possibility of a hot shower at the end of the race. Access to the end of race showers is, strictly, only accessible to runners. The race-bib is the pass for accessing the showers.

Age categories:
Seniors Men/Women SEM / SEW 2001-1980
Veterans Men/Women 1 VM1 / VW1 1979-1960
Veterans Men/Women 2 VM2 / VW2 1959 and older


For each race, a general ranking, male and female, and for each category, male and female, is established.


KING'S: the first 3 men and the first 3 women in the general ranking, as well as the winner of each category, receive an award


KNIGHT'S, MARATHON, INITIATION, FAMILY: the first 3 men and the first 3 women in the general ranking, as well as the winner of each category, receive an award.


Runners must be present at their prize giving. The trophies are only distributed at the ceremony.

Results will be published at the official website at Finisher’s certificates will be available and downloadable from the online repository at the official website.

Except in the case of injury, a runner must not abandon outside of an aid station. They must inform the person responsible for the post.


In the case of the decision to abandon between two aid stations, the runner must go to the next aid station where they announce their abandonment.


The runner keeps hold of their race-bib because it is the pass for accessing shuttle buses, buses, meals, treatment rooms…


Repatriation will be organized from each aid station. Injured or sick athletes will have a priority. In case of total stoppage of the race, the organization ensures the repatriation of the runners as fast as possible.

Race officials present along the race-route, and those responsible for the different aid stations and security posts are able to enforce the regulations and immediately apply a penalty in the case of non-respect for these regulations, according to the following chart:

(*) The time penalties are immediately applicable on site, meaning that the runner has to interrupt their race for the duration of the penalty time.
All other lack of respect for the regulations will be subject a sanction at the race directors’ discretion.

If the circumstances require, the organization reserves the right to, at any moment, modify the route, start times, time limits, the position of aid stations or security posts, and any other aspect related to the good functioning of the event.


In the case of a force majeure, weather conditions which are too unfavorable or any other circumstance which puts the security of the competitors at risk, the organization reserves the right to:

  • defer the start by a few hours maximum
  •  modify the time limits
  • cancel the event
  • neutralize the event
  • stop the race in progress


In case of cancelation of the event for any reason more than 15 days before the start date, partial reimbursement of the registration fee will be made. The amount of this reimbursement will be defined as to allow the organization to deal with all the irremediable expenses made to the date of cancelation. In case of cancelation less than 15 days before the start date for anz reason, or in case of interruption of the race, no refud of registration fees will be made.

The organizer reserves the right to make short-term amendments that will be announced in a timely manner,
while all registered competitors will be informed by e-mail.

  1. In the case of a runner’s non-chronic osteoarticular or muscular injury,  and only in this case, arising after registration and which is not completely curable by the day of the race, the organization recommends that the injured runner does not put themselves at unnecessary risk, cancels their registration (cancellation conditions as above) and asks for priority registration, for the same race, during a future event.
  2. In case of a serious illness or death of the participant, the start fee will be returned in full (bank fees excluded). In order to get the refund, it is necessary to supply a medical certificate signed and stamped by the giving evidence of the runner’s incapacity to participate in the race or death certificate.
  3. In case of the pregnancy of a registered competitor (birth date 6 months before – 6 months after the race), the organization recommends that the pregnant runner does not put themselves at unnecessary risk, cancels their registration (cancellation conditions as above), and asks for priority registration, for the same race, during a future event.


All requests for priority, in the case of a cancellation due to injury, must reach us accompanied by a complete medical file (detailed medical report and image examination results confirming the diagnostic written in ENGLISH or CROATIAN language, signed and stamped by the physician must be delivered to the organiyer by email before 15 March 2022. Any incomplete files will be rejected. (detaljni medicinski nalaz i slike koje potvrđuju dijagnozu napisanom na engleskom ili hrvatskom jeziku, potpisan i ovjeren od strane ovlaštenog liječnika) do 15.03.2022. Nepotpuni zahtjevi se neče obrađivati.


*must be delivered to the organiyer by email before 15 March 2022. Any incomplete files will be rejected.


If the medical committee’s decision is favorable, the participant will benefit from priority registration for the same race in a future year. Priority registration only means avoiding the draw. The registration is subject to all the usual registration regulations (entering data, registration fees).