FAQ Transju’Trail

  • Races rules 2019

    Race rules of La Transju’trail 2019 here.

    Race rules of Ski/Trail Transju’ Challenge 2019 are coming soon !

    Age to participate:

    • Transju’trail 72 km: from 20 years
    • 36 km de la Transju’trail: from 20 years
    • Transju’night 24 km: from 18 years
    • 23 km de la Transju’trail: from 18 years
    • 10 km de la Transju’trail: from 16 years (parental authorization mandatory under 18 years)
    • 5 km de la Transju’trail: from 14 years (parental authorization mandatory under 18 years)
    • Marche Nordique 15 km: for all ages (parental authorization mandatory under 18 years)
    • Transju’trail des marmots: from 7 to 13 years (parental authorization mandatory)
  • Runners timetable and time limits

    Click on the chosen race to see the timetable.

    On Saturday, June, 2nd

    Transju’night
    BE CAREFUL of the time limits during your race.

    On Sunday, June, 3rd 

    Transju’trail 72km

    36km of la Transju’trail

    23km of la Transju’trail

    10km of la Transju’trail et sur le 5km de la Transju’trail, no time limits. A little food station in the finish area. The meal after the race is not included in the entry fee and has to be pre-ordered during the registration.

    Nordic Walking of la Transju’trail : no timing chip, no time limits. A little food station in the finish area. The meal after the race is not included in the entry fee and has to be pre-ordered during the registration.

  • Bib numbers and bib pick up

    For the bib pick up, please take your ID with you.

    The bib has to be wore on the chest without being folded and has to stay visible all the race long.

    The bib is your pass to access the different services included in your entry fee (see. Race rules for the details).

    • For la Transju’night, bib pick up in the Partners’ village in Morez, Place J. Jaurès, on Saturday from 1.00 pm to 7.00 pm.
    • For la Transju’trail 72 km, bib pick up in the Partners’ village in Morez, Place J. Jaurès, on Saturday from 1.00 pm to 7.00 pm.
      For racers coming only the day of the race, bib pick up in Mouthe, Salle polyvalente, from 4.30 am to 5.20 am.
    • For le 36 km de la Transju’trail, bib pick up in the Partners’ village in Morez, Place J. Jaurès, on Saturday from 1.00 pm to 7.00 pm.
      For racers coming only the day of the race, bib pick up in Morez, Place J. Jaurès, from 8.15 am to 9.05 am.
    • For le 23 km de la Transju’trail, bib pick up in the Partners’ village in Morez, Place J. Jaurès, on Saturday from 1.00 pm to 7.00 pm.
      For racers coming only the day of the race, bib pick up in Prémanon, city centre, from 9.45 am to 10.35 am.
    • For le 10 km et le 5km de la Transju’trail, bib pick up in the Partners’ village in Morez, Place J. Jaurès, on Saturday from 1.00 pm to 7.00 pm.
      For racers coming only the day of the race, bib pick up in Les Rousses, city centre, from 10.45 am to 11.50 am.
    • For the Nordic Walking, bib pick up in the Partners’ village in Morez, Place J. Jaurès, on Saturday from 1.00 pm to 7.00 pm.
      For walkers coming the day of the race, bib pick up and registrations in Les Dappes parking places from 8.00 am to 9.15 am.
  • Registration or race change

    The organization is not responsible if a racer participates to the races under the name of another person. The racer who is not registered faces law proceedings for identity theft.

    • In case of bib change: The participant has the possibility to transfer his entry fees to another racer, if bibs are still available, until May, 28th, 2018.
    • In case of race change: In case of change from a long race to a shorter race, any additional charge but any refund is possible. In case of change for a longer race, the entry fee difference remains to pay on the basis of going price.

    Any change will be made after May, 28th, 2018.  

  • Timing chip

    Your timing chip is already stuck on the back of your bib, which is in your envelope. Don’t try to remove it.

    It is single-use timing chip, you won’t have to give it back after the race on the finish line.

  • Clothing bags

    The transport of your clothing bag is included in your entry fee (except for Transju’Night, Nordic Walking, 10 km and 5 km).
    It has to be left only in the identified trucks by yourself but the organization is not responsible in case of lost or damaged objects.

    The clothing bags will be available at the bib pick up. It is not included in your envelope. In your envelope, you’ll find the tie to close your bag as well as your bib number to stick on your bag.

  • Food stations

    La Transju’trail is a trail running in semi autonomy.

    • Take your own food.
    • Any cups will be provided during the race. Take your own cup.
    • It is forbidden, to receive food from another person outside the food stations, under penalty of disqualification.

    See the food stations on the map

  • Transport before the race

    Shuttles, included in your entry fee can drive you to the start but only before the race.
    You need to book it during your registration.

    Click on the picture

  • Traffic during the race days

    Roads are accessible during the race days to come to the start and arrival areas. Click here to see the map.

    In villages, parking places are limited, give priority to shuttles or car sharing (see transports et transfers parts).

    During the race, roads are open to traffic, participants have to respect the highway code.

  • Transfers airport - train stations - car sharing

    From Geneva airport

    Car Sharing – Cariocar
    You can propose or find a travel on Cariocar website

  • Spectators: follow your racer!
    • Traffic for spectators
      Roads are accessible during the race days to come to the start and arrival areas. Click here to see the map. Outside villages, you can stop on the right side of the road, in the direction of the traffic flow, only if you don’t disturb traffic.

    Click here to see the road map, the places accessible to see the racers and the different parking places. Be careful, parking places can be limited in villages.

    • Runners timetable
      See part on the left column.
    • Live on Livetrail
      It is possible to follow a or several racer(s) of La Transju’trail 2018 on Livetrail
  • Equipment

    Equipment for the races on Saturday:

    • minimum 500ml water,
    • 1 emergency blanket,
    • 1 warm and waterproof jacket protecting from the cold and rain,
    • Energy bars,
    • 1 mobile phone
    • 1 headlamp

     Equipment for the races on Sunday:

    • minimum 500ml water,
    • 1 emergency blanket,
    • 1 warm and waterproof jacket protecting from the cold and rain,
    • Energy bars,
    • 1 mobile phone

    This equipment is mandatory for la Transju’trail 72km and la Transju’night and can be controlled all along the race. The signature of a discharge document will be asked at the bib pick up.
    This equipment is advised for all the other races. According to the conditions, the race director can demand all the equipment or a part of it.

    Equipment advised for all the races: 1 whistle ; dressings

    Sticks are authorized on all the races (advised for the Nordic Walking) but have to be carried out all along the race. The organization is not responsible for the equipment left along the track.

  • Be prepared for your race

    Coureurs sans Frontière, partner of la Transju’ organises a training to be prepared for la Transju’trail. All the information here.