Thanks for writing in with this question. What you do for training between now and the race depends on what you’ve been doing and what areas you feel you need to work on most. One question I would have for you is: Can you run 6min/km for 10km at that grade when you are fresh?
You have maybe 8 weeks for this training so you need to make it count because you will lose one of those weeks to a taper. If you have not done a base period prep of Muscular Endurance you’re getting a bit too close to the race to start that now. Now will be the time to shift training to uphill running intervals. Since you live close to the course maybe you can do some race specific pace work on that section of the course. If you answered yes to my question I would suggest doing KM repeats at race pace on that section of the course so you can get a feel for the effort and pacing. These should be done at your target pace. Week one start with 6x1km with full recovery and see if you can sustain that pace throughout the 4 reps. As the weeks progress first add reps till you get to 8x1km. This will ensure that actually can run this fast. That’ll eat up 3 weeks. Then start reducing recovery time between reps. This will build endurance. Start with 3min recovery and drop by 1 min each week. If you can accelerate this and get down to where you are able to do 8x1km with say 1min recovery you will have the capacity on race day. Ideally all this wold have taken place over a longer time to have the best effect. But given the compressed time frame that’s what I would go with.
I hope this helps.