Cau Dat Farm Ultra Trail takes place around the oldest tea farm in Vietnam was established and developed for nearly 100 years in Da Lat, Lam Dong province. You are invited to enjoy the cool Spring weather in green tea hills and immense flower fields.
Choose your distance between 5km, 15km, 35km or 55km of gently sloping paths, running along the unbroken forests that adorn this plateau.
February is the cherry blossom season, blooming on both sides of the road, sometimes intermingling with a few white flower. Let’s immerse in the breathtaking running route of Da Lat on Lunar New Year’s Day!
All routes start from Cau Dat farm, near the Tea House (So Tra) in Tram Hanh commune, Da Lat city.
The 55km route follows the road to visit the gardens of local farmers towards the East then enter the East of Xuan Truong commune. Once close to Da Nhim River, the boundary between Xuan Truong and Don Duong, the route turns North and approaches the boundary between Xuan Truong and Xuan Tho commune, before following that boundary along the gardening paths of local farmers. It then goes West on the fire protection road of Lam Vien forest, crossing Highway 20, and continues Southwest towards Xuan Truong commune, going through the village’s coffee and tea You then enter Lam Vien forest, follow the fire fighting route on the top of the mountains and run towards the Southeast, then turn East toward Highway 20 and return to the south of Cau Dat Farm in Tram Hanh Commune, continuing on the visiting garden road across the tea hills to the Finish line.
The 35km distance has an earlier turn in Lam Vien forest to return to the Finish line.
The 15km and 5km distances are run completely on the garden paths of Cau Dat Tea Company and some garden of surrounding households, located in Tram Hanh commune, Da Lat.