GR10-Xtrem Valencia Ultra Trail

11 January 2020
Puçol, Valencia, Spain
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93 KM
1 day
300 Runners
Difficulty:    Brutal

GR10-Xtrem Valencia Ultra Trail is a sporting event jointly organized by CXM València with help of CA Puçol, CDM Castell de Serra and CD Bardés. It has institutional support from the municipalities of Puçol, Segart, Serra, Gàtova, Altura, Sacañet and Andilla.

Technical Data

Distance: 93 km
Positive slope: 3800 m
Negative slope: 3000 m
Timeout: 20 hours max
Min altitude: 28 m (Puçol)
Max altitude: 1.323 m (Alto de la Bellida)
Path section: 35% (32.6 km)

Description

Traversing the entire Valencian section of the GR10 trail, from Puçol to Andilla. The complete course must be covered on foot, running or walking.

The event will start at the Puçol Municipal Sports Building where the compulsory gear for each runner will be inspected prior to the race.

Controls and assistance

This is a self-sustained event and participants must complete the race without any external assistance. However, you can use the aid stations available or personal assistants for specific items only at the designated control points.

Any member of the organization may request inspection of the compulsory gear at the checking controls. ALL participants will be required to present their entire gear for inspection at the Gàtova’s control (km 43.70). Absence of any compulsory gear will be penalised (from 10 ‘ to disqualification).

Signaling

The route runs along the long distance walking GR10 route, in its first section from the Mediterranean sea at Puçol until the last Valencian village of Andilla.

Participants must follow the specific signs of the GR10 route, which are white and red marks. The organization will only include additonal signs where appropriate, and only to ensure the safety of all the participants. The goal is for the event to maintain the spirit of adventure as much as possible.

Event Organiser

Valencia Ultra Trail

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