|Race director||Kavitha Kanaparthi|
|Distance||25km, 50km, 100km and 160km|
|Cut-off time||4h (25km), 8h (50km), 21h (100km) and 36h (160km)|
The race route includes Thar Desert that extends into Rajasthan. It is dubbed to be the largest salt desert in the world. Its sheer expanse of 7000 odd square kilometers can be daunting. Race route explores the Large Rann, the salt desert which skirts the borders, skirts along the sea coast and ends near Dhorodo, in the Great Big White Rann where the Rann Utsav, a celebration and exhibition of the culture of Gujarat, and India are on display from December on until March. Some sections of the route are accessible only by foot, camels and two wheelers. The race will start at the coastal town of Lakhpat, on the tip of Indian west, cut through the ruins of Lakhpat, progress towards the White Desert through the towns of Haji Peer and Luna, with captivating history of their own, head to Khavda and finish on the Great White Rann through unchartered route.