Ultra Trail XL
Elevation gain: 12.000 D+
Maximum time: 44 hours
Starting point: Gressoney St Jeant - Valle d'Aosta - Italy
Finishing point: Courmayeur - Valle d'Aosta - Italy
Date: 14-16 September 2021 | Award ceremony 19 September 2021
FROM GRESSONEY TO COURMAYEUR TOR130 - TOT DRET
The TOR130 - Tot Dret is the race associated with the hardest and most fascinating trail race in the world: the Tor des Géants®.
A considerable taste of the magical environments that it crosses and its inimitable atmosphere.
A trail race of 130 kilometers with 12 thousand meters of ascent starting from Gressoney and ending in Courmayeur.
A real, challenging, fascinating race, with the most desirable mountains in the region - Monte Rosa, Cervino and Mont Blanc - as a majestic backdrop.
The hour barriers are fixed by calculating the average distance over 3.02 KM / h for the slowest passages, a tough but unique race for its beauty suitable for well trained and prepared trailers.
The TOR130 - Tot Dret will be held from September 14 to 16, 2021, starting from Gressoney-St-Jean at 9:00 p.m. on Tuesday, September 14th, with a maximum time limit until 17:00 on Thursday, September 16. The awards ceremony will be held on Sunday, September 19, 2021 at 11.00 a.m. at the Courmayeur Mountain Sport Center.*
The maximum amount of time allowed for completion of the trail is 44 hours.
TOR330 - TOR DES GÉANTS® QUALIFYING RACE
200 bib numbers will be reserved for the TOR330 - Tor des Géants® 2022 for the finishers of the TOR130 - Tot Dret 2021.
*Important note regarding the SARS COV 2 pandemic (COVID 19)Due of the pandemic it is difficult to predict what the situation will be at the time of the event. Over the next few months we will be taking every possible measure to ensure TORX® 2021 can go ahead, in accordance with the rules introduced periodically by national and international authorities. The program will be updated accordingly, as necessary. Any substantial changes will be communicated via the newsletter which is published on the website and all official race channels.