30km / 2000m d+
The first day offers a varied route: different terrains and slopes, access to the different “villages” of Les 2 Alpes, magnificent views of the Oisans and a big final climb!
Climber: La Molière (0,5Km / 16%)
Sprinters: La Crête du Fioc (1km / 0%)
Descender: Le col de Mais (1,6km / -16%)
Climber: L’Alpe de Venosc (0,5km / 28%)
20km / 1300m d+
This second day doesn’t wait before warming up the thighs: it’s the superb ascent towards the Diable, with a beautiful climbing segment to finish! Then, it’s a long descent to the 2 Alpes area and then in these rather wild corners. And here again, you have to save some strength for the end!
The segments :
Climber: Le Diable (1Km / 25%)
Sprinters: Le Thuit (0,8km / -6%)
Descender: Cuculet (2.8kms / -16%)
Climber: La Tallias (1.1km / 29%)
21km / 800m d+ / 2300m d-
Prepare your breath and your muscular fibres, it’s going to be a blast!
A start at 3200m altitude before reaching 1500m altitude 10 kilometres further on. And it’s worth it, with very high mountain scenery and the possibility of running in eternal snow.
Sprinters: Le Glacier (0.5km / -7%)
Descender: Les Aiguilles Rouges (3.3kms / -23%)
Climber: Les Perrons (0.5km / 14%)
Sprinters: Les Balcons des 2 Alpes (1.4km / 3%)
30kms – 2500m d+
This is THE final bouquet, the explosion of beauty for this last day! For the privileged, 2 extraordinary lakes are on the programme: the very famous Lauvitel and the no less beautiful Lac de la Muzelle. The 2 are linked via the Vallon pass which culminates at an altitude of 2531m. A truly beautiful day of trail running in the high mountains!
Descender: Venosc (1.8Km / -29%)
Sprinters: Le Vénéon (1.1km / -3%)
Climber: La Danchère (0.7km / 5%)
Climber: Montée de Venosc (1.9km / 27%)