Practical info

  • Cut-off times and abandons

    Sites and timetables Saturday et Sunday

  • Feeding stations and technical assistance

    There are multiples feeding stations along the course (see on the map)

    You will find at each feeding station a designated area for your garbages.

    You will find at each feeding station a designated area for your waste, so please respect the environment. Anyone caught throwing away his garbage may be disqualified.

    You will also find poles and skis of replacement. All loan item must be returned to the technical assistance booth at the finish area.

  • Shuttles before and after the race

    Transportation is organized with our partner Kéolis Monts Jura Autocars.

    BE CAREFUL, this year, the arrival area is situated in Mouthe.


    Timetable for La Transju’Classic 56 CT – click here

    Timetable for La Trans 25 CT – click here

    After the race – click here



    Timetable for La Transju’ 68 FT – click here

    Timetable for La Transju’Marathon 48 FT – click here

    Timetable for La Trans 25 FT – click here

    After the race – click here


  • Coming to La Transju'

    From Geneva airport

    Carpooling with Cariocar
    Find a way to come with Cariocar from their website

  • Participants traffic plan

    Dear ski friends, parking spaces are limited to the departures and the arrival, take maximum the shuttles put at your disposal (previous heading).

    Traffic plans for Saturday and Sunday are available on the links below.



  • Spectators : follow the race !

    Attention ! Forest of Le Risoux is a protected area, no spectators entry !

    Some traffic restrictions are planned during the weekend. Traffic is in the direction of the race and parking always on the right side of the road. For details, please click on the links below.

    • Traffic plan and stops for spectators
    All along the track, you can park your car on the right side of the road. Be carefull not to disturb the traffic.



    • Timetable
    Watch above

    • Live on screens !

  • Prize giving ceremony

    Coming soon

  • Bib
    You will find in your racer envelope a bib on which will be printed your name, guaranteed for any registration made before Sunday, December 9, 2018.

  • Timekeeping chip

    You will find a timing chip in your bib bag.
    Please make sure to put the chip on the bracelet, then fix it to your ankle.
    This chip must be returned on arrival. In case of abandonment or delay, please report it on arrival.
    Any chip not returned will be charged 72 €.

  • Clothing bags

    Your clothing bag is in your bib envelope with a sticker and a closing tie.
    Attention ! Stick your bib number on your bag and take your closing tie with you.
    The bags must be put in the trucks parked near the departures.
    They will be available on the arrival site, showing your race bib.

  • VOLA waxing advices

    Vola waxing advices for Saturday and Sunday

    Waxing service prices

    VOLA proposes a waxing service during the International Nordic Fair in Les Rousses, on Friday 8/02/19 (end of ski deposit 5pm) and on Saturday 9/02/18 (end of ski deposit 4pm);

    Vola Waxing advise : coming soon 

    Find our partner VOLA during the events to complete your waxing and your slide from start to finish.
    Advice will be published and updated according to the weather conditions.

  • Cold, sun : Take care of your eyes !

    Protecting your eyes from the extreme conditions of the mountain sun is paramount. Here are the tips of JULBO.

    See tips to protect your eyes with Julbo and La Transju’.


  • You are skiing in a sensitive area

    Transju’ is organized in compliance with the rules of environmental protection. The course crosses emblematic environmental zones of the Jura Mountains, where you can see a specific fauna and flora of our highland forests. They are part of our beautiful summer and winter landscapes, making the beauty of our race and our region. Thank you for staying on the track, respecting the markup and the silence zones during the race to preserve this exceptional playground. Any attitude contrary to this principle will result in sanctions against the racer: detritus out of the supply areas, traffic off the track, deliberate degradation of the flora …

    See the map

  • Race regulations 2019