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  26.06.2020, 06:00h

3rd Krka Half-marathon

In three months from today, the start of the 3rd Krka Half-marathon will be announced.

The organizers, in agreement with the institutions, found a new date – Saturday, 26 September 2020 for the 3rd Krka Half-marathon, which was supposed to take place in April and postponed due to epidemiological measures.

The starting point of the race remains the same – Krka Eco Campus in Puljane, as well as the finish – Burnum Amphitheatre. All runners registered for a race do not have to re-register or confirm their participation in the race. All registrations will be automatically transferred to the new date. In order not to be left out, those registered runners who may not be able to participate in the new term this year, can transfer their registration to another person or postpone their registration for the 2021 race.

The format of the race remains the same. There is a Half-marathon and a 5.5 km FunRun race, as well as favorite children's races at Burnum. There is also a climbing and racing challenge – the crown of Emperor Trajan, a reward for runners who most quickly overcome the ascent from the canyon of the Krka River at the Brljan waterfall.

This year, competitors and fans will have the opportunity to experience the Krka National Park in autumn and enjoy nature and a completely different landscape than at the beginning of April in the original term. All those who have not yet registered, still have a chance at the link . All information on the event can be found on the official website of the race . The starting package for each runner, among other content, includes a ticket for Krka National Park, which can be used on the weekend of the race.

The Half-marathon track is beautiful and dynamic. It starts at the Krka Eco Campus in Puljane, passes through autochthonous places full of old stone houses and dry stone walls at the bottom of Promina, descends into the Krka canyon near Brljan Lake and then ascends to the Burnum amphitheatre. Thousands of years of human history and an era of natural processes took place at those 21098 metres, and shaped this unique landscape in many ways. There are five waterfalls, three medieval fortresses and a Roman amphitheatre, with numerous traces of human life, intertwined with the life of the river, spreading at four kilometres of the upper course of the Krka River. For most visitors, it is the unknown Krka. It is almost unbelievable that there are so many wonderful places, shaped by people or river, that we can get to know in the dry, rocky area of ​​the deep canyon.