100mil, 100km, 50mil
100mil, 100km, 50mil

Race Rules STUMILAK 2019

Update 6th December, 2019




To promote the Beskidy region in Poland and in the world.
To promote the city and nieghbouring boroughs.
To promote mountain ultrarunning.
To promote active life outdoors.




Fundacja Aktywne Beskidy

ul.Wzgórze 5

43-300 Bielsko-Biała

NIP 5472157757

kontakt: aktywnebeskidy@gmail.com / kontakt@aktywne-beskidy.pl



Michał Kołodziejczyk - Race Director
Anna Kołodziejczyk - Race Centre Manager
Magda i Roman Miszczyk - Logistics, Supply & Race Centre Manager
Marek Skrzyp - Route Manager, tecnical & logistic Race support
Sebastian Łebek - tecnical & logistic Race support

Cooperation: City Promotion Office SZCZYRK & COS SZCZYRK



Ultramarathon STUMILAK, the distances:

  • 100 miles (ok 170km) elevation gain 9200m+/9200m
  • 100km, elevation gain c.a 6000m+/6000m
  • 50 miles, elevation gain c.a 4800m+/4800m

Maps, profiles and detailed descriptions of all courses available on the website.



Total limit for all distances is 200 people + 3VIP


Time Limit:

  • 100miles - 48h
  • 100km - 24h
  •   50miles - 18h

On - course time limits will be available on the website. 
Aid stations close down 30 mins after cut off.





Zawoja 21st June 2019 at 4:00 p.m



  • 100miles - Amfiteatr SKALITE Szczyrk
  • 100km - 24h 'Na Beskidku' Zwardoń
  •   50miles - 18h Schronisko na Przegibku

The Race Office, Start and Finish Race in Szczyrk

Szczyrkowskie Centrum Kultury
ul. Beskidzka 106
43-370 Szczyrk

Being late for the race means disqualification.

Due to safety reasons organizers reserve the right to shorten the course, change starting time, stop or call off the race in case of extreme weather conditions or natural disasters with no refunds of the starting fee.



  • Participants must be 18 years old on the day of the race.

  • By enrolling competitors certify that they participate in the race at their own responsibility and that there are no medical contraindications for taking part in a mountain ultra race.

  • All competitors must be verified in Race Centre on the basis of their ID (passport, driver's licence). Obligatory equipment will also be verified.

  • All competitors are required to follow Race Rules and public road regulations at all times. Participants are also required to follow Babiogorski National Park rules.


  • Registration is only electronic through a form available on the website.

  • Registration starts 6th December 2018

  • Upon registration competitors are required to pay starting fee immediately. Date of payment is a decisive factor.

  • Registration without payment does not secure a place on the starting list.

  • Starting list with payment info will be updated regularly on the enrollment form on the website.



  • 100 mil (c.a 170km):

350* PLN till  11th March, 2019

400* PLN from 12th March, 2019

 + deposit 200PLN for GPS tracker - payable only IN CASH on pick up, and returnable after the return of the tracker

*entrance fee contains National Park charge 

  • 100 km:

280* PLN till 11th March, 2019

330* PLN from 12th March, 2019

+ deposit 200PLN for GPS tracker - payable only IN CASH on pick up, and returnable after the return of the tracker

*entrance fee contains National Park charge 

  • 50 mil:

230* PLN till 11th March, 2019

280* PLN from 12th March, 2019

+ deposit 200PLN for GPS tracker - payable only IN CASH on pick up, and returnable after the return of the tracker

*entrance fee contains National Park charge 


Starting fee is payable via bank transfer to following account:

Payment description: name of the race, First Name, Surname
Name of the race: Stumilak

Starting fee is payable via bank transfer to following account Alior Sync:

IBAN number: PL97 2490 1044 0000 4200 2100 1209



In case of resignation until 28th February, 2019 - 50% of starting fee will be refunded.

After that date starting fee is non-refundable.



During the race all competitors are required to have all obligatory equipment on them at all times. It will be verified during pre-race registration as well as on the course. Any shortcomings will result in immediate disqualification.

  • Race number with a chip (worn in front, visible and easy to read at all times)

  • Mobile phone with a battery charged and operable for the duration of the race (roaming service recommended)

  • Survival Blanket

  • headlamp with spare batteries

  • whistle

  • personal foldable cup ( no disposable cups on the course)

  • running pack or belt able to store obligatory equipment

  • bottle or hydration pack of at least 1 litre capacity and at least one litre of water or liquid (checked on leaving aid stations)

  • enough food to last to the next aid station of 400Kcal (on leaving aid station)

  • waterproof and windproof jacket (regardless of expected weather conditions)

  • long tights/running trousers
  • waterproof overtrousers
  • GPS track on a device (phone/watch/GPS unit)
  • red reflective or a red blinking light to be attached to the rear of the backpack always on
  • trail running shoes appropriate for the surface

  • cap or bandana

  • elastic bandage

  • ID or passport

Recommended Equipment

  • clothes appropriate for the weather conditions

  • first aid kit

  • anti- chafing ointment (e.g. Vaseline, sudocrem)

  • trekking poles

  • change of clothes

  • some money in cash



Starting kit includes:

  • map with exact route,

  • digital route downloadable from the website

  • GPS transmitters for all participants to be followed online

  • Starting bib

  • medical rescue service

  • clearly marked course (see point 12 COURSE MARKING)

  • referees on the course

  • drinks and nutrition on the course

  • room to store your stuff

  • recovery meal after the race in Race Center

  • dropbags

  • basic on-course sleeping places

  • finisher's medal

  • cups and prizes for winners

The kit's content depends on sponsors and may turn out richer.



The route will be completely and accurately marked. To avoid misunderstandings competitors will be equipped with accurate maps (w. exact route indicated), itinerary (e.g. turn into blue trail, on the top change to yellow, etc) and will have a possibility of downloading digital route from the website.



All courses will be classified for male and females OPEN.
Competitors MUST visit ALL aid stations and submit the race number for check. 
Additionally, there will be random on-course control points where participant will be obliged to present their race numbers. Competitors will be classified only on condition of checking in at ALL control points. Any item of obligatory equipment missing will be mean a 30 min time penalty.


14. Competitors who quit during the race and do not reach 50 mile finish or 100k finish before the departure of buses (exact hours of departure to be given in race schedule) are not provided with any transportation options by the Organizer.



All participants are required to:

  • follow Fair Play

  • not to interfere with course markers

  • follow road rules on public roads and in the places where the roads will be crossed.

Failure to obey will result in immediate disqualification.

In case of injury/accident/health issues call emergency number given at pre-race briefing, give your estimated location and await the arrival of rescue team.

In case of resignation during the race competitors are required to inform organisers about it immediatelly. Otherwise, they may be charged with the cost of possible search and rescue mission.

In case of resignation, organisers do not provide transportation to Race Centre.



All participants are required to:

  • take special care of Beskidy nature

  • not to leave the marked course

  • not to litter; all packaging (gels, bars, ets) need to be disposed of in the appropriate places on aid stations

  • not to destroy nature

  • obey the regulations of Babiogorski National Park (only BUT260)

Failure to obey will result in immediate disqualification.



Failure to obey Race Rules will result in immediate disqualification.
Organizers reserve the right to deny entry to any participant.

In case of disqualification participants have no right to receive starting fee reimbursement.

Participants have the right to voice objection on paying a deposit of 200 PLN but not later than 2 hours of race completion. Objections will be reviewed by the Race Rules Commission chosen by the Organizer.

Every participant of the race hereby certifies that he/she understands the potential threat and danger for their health ad life connected to participation in a mountain ultra race. At the same time the participant assumes all responsibility for any damage to health and life resulting during the race and not caused by negligence of the Organizer.

Participant agrees to have their image used for Race's promotional purposes and to have their personal data processed for organizational purposes.
Organizer reserves the right to change Race Rules.
Information regarding such changes will be available on the website and announced separately.

Organizer reserves the right to have final say in matters regarding the Rules.












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