Practical info

SKIERS

  • Bibs - Timing chip - Clothing bag

    START NUMBER

    Bib pick up : During the International Nordic Fair in Les Rousses on Friday 7th February (9 am – 7 pm) and Saturday 8th February (9 am – 7 pm)
    If you can’t come to the International Nordic Fair, your bib will be available directly on your race start area on race day.
    Be carefull ! Be sure to have your bib voucher and the possible missing mandatory documents !

    TIMING CHIP

    You will find a timing chip in your enveloppe. Please make sure to put the chip on the bracelet, then fix it to your ankle.
    This chip must be returned after the arrival line. Any not returned chip will be charged 72 €.
    In case of withdrawal or delay, please bring it back to the arrival area or give it to a member of the organization.

    CLOTHING BAG

    Your clothing bag and your bib number sticker are in your bib envelope. 
    Be carefull ! Stick your bib number on your bag and take it with you.
    The bags must be closed and put in the trucks parked near the departures.
    They will be available on the arrival site, showing your race bib.

  • Cut-off times - Feeding stations - Technical assistance

    TIMETABLE AND CUT-OFF TIMES

    Sites and timetable for Saturday and Sunday

    FEEDING STATIONS AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE

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

    You will find on the right side, at each feeding station a designated area for your garbages, so please respect the environment. Moreover, wastes are separated, so please respect the instructions. Anyone caught throwing away his garbage may be disqualified.

    You will also find a technical assistance (poles and skis). All loan item must be returned to the technical assistance booth at the finish area, near the Ski deposit area. You’ll find your broken equipment at the same place.

  • Race regulations 2020 - medical certificate

    Race regulations here

    A medical certificate (download example) of less than 12 months is mandatory to participate to all races (except for La Transju’Expérience)

  • You are skiing in a sensitive area

    See the map

    La 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: wastes out of the supply areas, traffic off the track, deliberate degradation of the flora …

  • Shuttles before and after the race

    Transportation is organized with our partner Kéolis Monts Jura Autocars.

    Saturday

    Timetable for La Transju’Classic 56 CT – click here

    Timetable for La Trans 25 CT – click here

    After the race – click here

     

    Sunday

    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

    • Rental cars agencies in the airport
    • TRAINS from Geneva airport to La Cure (near Les Rousses)
      Trains timetable
      Map
    • Shuttles from La Cure
      Coming soon
    • TAXI Les Rousses (+3384 60 02 01), Morez (+33787 48 97 47)

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

  • Participants traffic plan

    Dear ski friends, parking places are limited at the start and arrival sites. Shuttles are available to go to the start and from the start to your car (see “Shuttles” section before).

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

    Saturday

    Sunday

    Parking in Les Rousses city center are available on that map.

  • VOLA waxing advices and service

    WAXING ADVICE

    The information will be published and updated according to weather forecasts before La Transju’.

    WAXING SERVICE

    VOLA proposes a waxing service during the International Nordic Fair in Les Rousses, on Friday 7/02/20 (end of ski deposit 5pm) and on Saturday 8/02/20 (end of ski deposit 4pm).

    NEW – possibility to book your waxing service during your online registration. Click here to see the price

    Find our partner VOLA along the track, in technical assistance places if you need more waxing or slide from start to finish.

  • Live with Dotvision

    Do your family or friends want to follow you live? Run connected with Dotvision!

    Dotvision GPS Tracking lets you add a new experience to your race using the Dotvision Motion mobile app. Dotvision allows you to be followed on La Transju ‘by transforming your smartphone into a GPS tracker.

    Share your adventure to be followed by your loved ones live.
    Compare yourself with other runners in real time.
    Analyze and relive your performance with the replay and full report of your race.

    To take advantage of this option:

    Download the free “Dotvision Motion” app on your phone.
    Purchase a tracking activation CODE for your race directly online
    Start your app before the race and leave with peace of mind

    More information about the system at https://motion.dotvision.com/Solutions/Apps

  • Cold, sun : Take care of your eyes !

    Protecting your eyes from the extreme conditions of the mountain sun is crucial. Our partner JULBO gives you some advice. 

    See the advice from Julbo for La Transju’ here

  • Prize giving ceremony

    On Saturday :

    1.30 pm : Prize giving ceremony for La Transju’Classic:
    – Sprints (money) : 1rst man + 1rst woman : in Bois d’Amont, Bellefontaine, Chapelle des Bois
    – 6 first men + 6 first women scratch ranking

    3.00 pm : Prize giving ceremony for La Trans’25 CT (3 first men + 3 first women scratch ranking)

    On Sunday :

    2.30 pm:
    – Prize giving ceremony for La Transju’ 68 FT : 6 first men + 6 first women scratch ranking
    – Leader bibs Visma Ski Classics Challenger
    – Sprints (money) : 1rst man + 1rst woman scratch ranking : in Les Rousses, Bois d’Amont, Bellefontaine, Chapelle des Bois
    – UltraTrans : 3 first men + 3 first women scratch ranking
    – Transju’Marathon : 3 first men + 3 first women scratch ranking
    – La Trans’25 FT : 3 first men + 3 first women scratch ranking

    -Leader bibs for Ski Tour Montagnes du Jura
    -La Transju’ 68 FT : 1rst woman + 1rst man M2, M3, M4, M5 et +

  • SPECTATORS

  • Spectators : follow the race !

    Be Careful ! 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.

    Saturday

    Sunday

    • Timetable
    Watch above

    • Live on screens !
    Coming soon