April 16, 2023


PHP 4,000

42KM Marathon Trail

PHP 3,000

21KM Half Marathon Trail

PHP 1,250

12KM Trail Run

PHP 12,000

42km Trail (3 plus 1)

PHP 9,000

21km Trail (3 plus 1)

Registration Ended

1 year ago

Breathe fresh air and be close to nature as you challenge yourself at the TIMBERLAND HEIGHTS MOUNTAIN MARATHON. Experience the splendid views and cool climate at the mountainous trails in Rizal.

TIMBERLAND MOUNTAIN MARATHON is organized by the Team Adrenaline Multiports. 

  • This is part the Philippine Trail Running Championship Series 2023-2024 of the Philippine Trail Running Association.
  • This is the first qualifying race of the Pilipinas Obstacle Sports Federation (POSF)'s OCR Ultra team.

The race shall take participants through the trails inside the Timberland Heights and its nearby mountain trails. Expect high altitude running, rolling terrains, lush forest trails, challenging weather, splendid mountain views, and unlimited challenges. It’s time to prepare!


Early Bird Registration:

42K – P3000 - event shirt, medal and finisher’s meal
21K – P2000 - event shirt, medal and finisher’s meal
12K – P800 - event shirt, medal and snacks at the finish line

Regular Registration:

42K – P3500 - event shirt, medal and finisher’s meal
21K – P2500 - event shirt, medal and finisher’s meal
12K – P1000 - event shirt, medal and snacks at the finish line

Late Registration:

42K – P4000 - event shirt, medal and finisher’s meal
21K – P3000 - event shirt, medal and finisher’s meal
12K – P1250 - event shirt, medal and snacks at the finish line


The event will be held in the 677-hectare Timberland Heights, an estate that lets you enjoy a mountain suburban lifestyle just 15 minutes away from Batasan Pambansa in Quezon City. Timberland Heights provides the complete amenities of a township within a peaceful highland environment.

Twitter | @mytimberland
Facebook | /mytimberlandheights
Website | www.timberlandheights.com 

Registration Fees

Early Bird Rate: January 23 to February 20

42km: P3,000
21km: P2,000
12km: P800

Regular Rate: February 21 to March 20

42km: P3,500
21km: P2,500
12km: P1,000

Late Registration Rate: march 21 to 31

42km: P4,000
21km: P3,000
12km: P1,250


April 16, Sunday

  • 2:00am – Race Kit Claiming
  • 3:00am – Start of Program/Race briefing
  • 4:00am – Gun Start of 42Km
  • 5:00am – Gun Start of 21Km
  • 6:00am – Gun Start of 12Km
  • 9:00am – Cut off time for 12km and Awarding of 12km
  • 11:00am – Awarding of 42km and 21km
  • 12:00pm: Cut off time for 21km
  • 3:00pm: Cut off time for 42km race

Cut off times


Intermediate cut off time

  1. Casile AS 2 at 19.6km: 3.5 Hours (7:30am)
  2. Acacia at 27km: 6 Hours (10:00am)
  3. Finish Line: 11 hours (3:00pm)


 Intermediate cut off time

  1. Amianan water station at 13.5km: 3 Hours (8:00am)
  2. Finish Line: 7 hours (12:00pm)


  1. 3 hours (9:00am)



  • Intermediate cut off time
  • Pintong Bukawe Junction at 16km: 3 Hours
  • Acacia at 27km: 6 Hours
  • Finish Line: 11 hours


  •  Intermediate cut off time
  • 1. Amianan water station at 13.5km: 3 Hours
  • Finish Line: 7 hours


  • 3 hours

• The Race Director has the right to change the cut off time at any moment in the race depending on the situation

12K Course Map


Each runner must be self-contained/ self-reliant. Complete with the following mandatory items:

  • Hydration bottle/ pack (at least 800ml)
  • Water
  • Whistle
  • Trail Food (optional)
  • Emergency blanket

21K Course Map


Each racer must be self-contained/ self-reliant. Complete with the following mandatory items:

  • Hydration bottle/ pack (at least 800ml)
  • Trail food/ water
  • Whistle
  • Cellular Phone
  • Whistle
  • Emergency Blanket
  • Headlamp

42K Course Map


 1. No pacers are allowed.

 2. Littering is strictly prohibited. There will be garbage/ trash bags located at the aid stations. Violation of this rule will mean outright disqualification from the race.

 3. Trails will be clearly marked and marshals will be posted specially on the critical points along the course. All runners should run only on the marked trails. NO SHORTCUTS. Violation means outright disqualification from the race.

4. Participants who will come in more than 10 mins late off the guns start will not be allowed to race anymore.

 5. Race bibs must be worn in front of each runner.

 6. Trekking poles are allowed to use during the race.

 7. Baggage counter is available at the starting line.

 8. No drop bag stations.

 9. In case a runner decides not to continue with the race, they must inform the nearest aid station or marshal.

 10. The Race Director reserves the right to modify the course, rules and regulations under some circumstances for the safety of all runners.

 11. Written Protest should be made within 1 hour after the cut-off time in case there’s complaint against cheating or violation of rules. A protest fee of P2500 will be collected to process the complaint.

 12. The Race Director’s decision is final and non-appealable.


  • Protests of any nature must be submitted within one hour of the finish time of the person lodging the protest. Protests must be submitted in writing and signed by the accuser. Saying somebody cut the course is not good enough – it must be written and described as accurately as possible. All protests will be investigated.
  • Because of the nature of off road races, it is not always possible to see infractions. This race is in the woods, out of sight and marshalled only where necessary. In every case there will need to be verification of the infraction. Officials will not be drawn into a “hear-say” argument.
  •  A protest fee of P2,500 will be required for the protest to be processed. Once the protest is proven to be valid, the protest fee shall be returned to the complainant; otherwise, if the protest is unproven, the fee is forfeited.


AID STATIONS/REFILLING STATIONS: There will be 3 Aid stations and 2 refilling stations along the Race Course It’s a must that you bring your own water bottle or Hydration packs to ensure proper hydration all throughout the race, no paper cups will be used during the race.

AID STATIONS Will contain food (water, soda, bread, chips, and bananas) and 1st aid kits, while REFILLING STATIONS will have first aid capable marshals and contain water only.


SUPPORT CREW, FAMILY MEMBERS, SPECTATORS: are not allowed to go or roam inside the race course, they are also not allowed to give food, water, or any kind of support anywhere on the race course except in the activity area. Only the race officials, marshals, official photographer or media men are allowed to go inside the race course.


Participants should follow the health and safety protocols required by the LGU.

Wearing of mask is optional.


PIN OF STARTING LINE - https://goo.gl/maps/N4iuXFUie6CRaXef8
14°40'48.7"N 121°09'55.0"E

To reach the site by commuting, you may ride a jeepney from Philcoa, QC going to Puregold San Mateo traversing Commonwealth Ave. or a shuttle from Farmers Plaza in Cubao (Montalban or San Mateo bound vans). Get off at MERCURY DRUG after SM San Mateo then take a tricycle going up to Timberland Heights.


Participants may take advantage of the van service by trail runner Jen Commandante; FB name : Jei Co l Phone# : 09502759537. The arrangement will be between the participant and the van service.


Participants may book accomodations at the Timberland Highlands Resort at 20% off. Click the link below

Link to book - https://www.simplebooking.it/ibe/hotelbooking/search?hid=3656&lang=enq&guests=A,A&in=2022-6-18&out=2022-6-20&coupon=PHLTRA

For more details about Timberland Highlands resort - visit https://timberlandresort.com/


There are no available campsite at the Timberland Heights. Participants may pitch their tents for waiting at the area to be designated by the organizer. This will be on a first come, first serve basis. Participants should practice "clean as you go" on the designated area.


There are parking spaces inside Timberland Heights. Pin the event venue as per above. There will be guards who will guide participants on parking spaces.  


Participants can only register via register.raceyaya.com, Participants should ensure they have read all race and event details, rules, and protocols and agree to the terms of participation by ticking it before submitting registration.

1. Registration is only confirmed after payment. Paid fees are non-refundable, non-transferable & non-creditable to future Vermosa Bike Trails races.

2. Participants should read all details and FAQs on this page and the terms and conditions before submitting their registration.

3. Participants should use an accessible email where confirmation and event updates and announcements will be sent if any. Updates may be posted and updated on this page and in Vermosa Bike Trails and RaceYaya social media accounts. It is the participants' responsibility to be informed of any updates.

Please read the TERMS AND CONDITIONS on the use of the Registration Platform.

Frequently Asked Questions

After registration, your Timberland Mountain Marathon 2023 registration status can be seen in your profile. Log-in at raceya.fit/login.

SUBMITTED NOT PAID: After submission of registration and before payment, your registration is set to

PENDING PAYMENT. This will change after you have paid via GCash or Paypal or have uploaded your bank deposit proof of payment. An email is auto sent with payment instruction for bank deposit.

PAID: Your status is set to PAID after successfully paying via Paupal, your payment is paid via Dragonpay-Gcash or proof of payment is uploaded to your account if bank deposit.

REGISTERED Your status is set to Registered when registration is confirmed. You will also receive an email confirmation. You may start logging on to raceya.fit/login to start your race.

Each participant shall need a RaceYa account to gain access to the registration.This will be your perpetual account which will give you access to other features in the platform.

If you already have an account, please log-in at raceya.fit/login. Please ensure that you have read the terms and conditions before submitting your registration.

Registration Ended

1 year ago