The Trail by Train Tour (TTT) brings together events that are concerned with preserving the environment. What makes them special? Their starting points are all close to a train station. No need for a car to get there ! Runners are nature lovers, almost by definition. Unfortunately, they sometimes spoil it when they travel long distances by car. The new TTT circuit has been designed to remedy these pitfalls. More serenity and less carbon dioxide! At this stage, 13th great events have already joined the TTT. Others will follow. In order to offer all year round a range of races that are accessible by train, family-friendly, original and attractive.

The TTT is a project born in Brussels during the year 2021, decreed «Year of the Rail» in the countries of the European Union. This project is the joint emanation of the running magazine «Zatopek» which claims its European anchorage and the company organizing sports events, the ASBL Sport et santé.

Register to the 2024 TTT

Register for free at the 2024 TTT for at least one of the 5 good reasons below:

1.Registration benefits*1.
The organizers offer discounts or gifts to TTT registrants. The advantage code you’ll be asked to enter when you register is: TTT2024!

2.Bibs numbers benefits*1.
Some race numbers for very popular events with limited participation (Échappée Belle, Ecotrail de Paris, etc.) will be reserved or offered for TTT registrants, who agree to use the train to get to and/or from the event.

3.Year-end awards.
The top 30 train taker trailers will receive one of the following gifts:
-trail-running training camps with leaded by Andy Symonds (320€ value)
-European train passes (250€ value)*2
-bib numbers for 1 of the TTT trails (Echappée- Belle, Ecotrail Paris etc.)

4.Tips and tricks.
Receive information on how to reduce the cost of train tickets, or how to get to the event by train.

5.Coherence.
Support an initiative that makes sense. Trail runners are nature-lovers at heart, and the TTT helps to make trail running for them even more relevant.

An original ranking tool has been set up. It is about designating the trailer (he/she), not the faster trailer, but the most virtuous in terms of respect for the environment. This ranking is based on the choice of transportation to get to the different races in the TTT agenda. Each time the train is used, the personal score is improved by one point for each kilometer traveled to or from the event. At the end of year, awards will be distributed and an article about the winners will be published in the Zatopek magazine. To take part, all you have to do is register for the TTT (free) and fill in the form to count the number of kilometers traveled by train (with proof) to get to and/or from one of the TTT rounds. At the end of the year, the kilometers will be added up to establish a ranking and enable prizes to be awarded. In 2024, a bonus of 250 points per trip will be added to the km to/from the event (one way = 250 points and round trip = 500 points). Example: I travel 750km by train to get to a TTT event. Points awarded: 750 +250 (outward journey) + 750 + 250 (return journey) = 2,000 points.

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TTT Avantages Trail by train tour zatopek

*2The pass offered may be a refund of the European train pass purchased to take part in the TTT in 2024.

Ranking

Here is the first ranking of trailers that takes into account their mean of locomotion. A first in the history of trail-running!

This is the ranking of the best European “train taker” trailers. We could have talked about “ferrivopathic” trailers, i.e. those who love trains and prefer to use them for everyday travel or for more distant journeys such as going to a new trail-running event.

Of course, let’s remain modest. At this stage, this ranking only concerns a selection of a dozen trail races in Europe and a few dozen participants. It is obviously the beginning of new mindset in sport. But it has the merit of existing and of tracing the way for the future, when, beside sport performances, the most precious gestures to preserve the environment will be taken into account. Make way for the pioneers!

Ambassadors

Several well-known trailers support the TTT. Andrew “Andy” Symonds is the first one to become an ambassador of the TTT. We are proud of this association for at least two reasons. The first one is obvious, it’s the track record! Andy, a British champion living in France, has won several prestigious events such as the Lavaredo Ultra Trail in 2016, the Trail du Ventoux in 2012 or Les Templiers in 2011, as well as a top 5 at the UTMB in 2019.

The second reason is more surprising. Andy Symonds is one of the few elite international athletes (all sports included) to take into account the environmental impact of his travels when putting together his schedule. Recently, for example, he made the decision not to travel to the Trail World Championships in Thailand for environmental reasons. According to the calculation of his personal carbon footprint, this one trip would indeed ruin all the efforts made during the year to reduce his greenhouse gas emissions (link to the article). This responsible attitude seems to us to be in line with not only the climate challenges that our modern society have to face but also, of course, with the objectives of the TTT which aims, let’s remember, to encourage travel by train to reduce the carbon footprint of major trail-running events.

So we couldn’t dream of a better ambassador to launch the Trail by Train Tour.

Link to Andy’s blog : on his blog.

Lucas Nanchen is one of Switzerland’s top runners, mainly on short trails. In 2022, he finished second in the renowned Trail Verbier Saint-Bernard and the Trail du Bresso in Switzerland. In 2023, he finished second in the 34km of the French GTL (Grand Trail du Lac), the final stage of the TTT this year.

Lucas justifies his commitment in these words: “I support the European TTT circuit because we practice a sport in the middle of nature, which requires us to respect it. It’s paradoxical to promote a natural sport and, at the same time, destroy nature through our journeys. 80% of Co2 emissions linked to an event come from transport. If all runners undertook to take the train to competitions (whenever possible), the carbon footprint would be reduced. What’s more, the train is a very convenient means of transport, and one that is undergoing rapid development. These days, it’s vital to be aware of climate change and to act accordingly. The train offers a greener alternative to long car journeys. The TTT allows us to enjoy our sport to the full, while preserving the environment in which we practice our passion. The future of our wonderful sport depends on it!”

TTT Lucas Nanchen Trail by train tour zatopek

Sébastien Mahia, long known as the bulimic of running, has made a name for himself with his atypical vision of running: no training sessions, only official races! And all this without demerits. In fact, he was the winner of the Trail Meyboom Brussels (TMB) 2021 over a distance of 42km, which is a TTT event now known as the Europa Trail.  

“I support the TTT because I think it’s an original way of travelling around Europe without having to use your car. During my binge years (200 competitions a year), I used my car a lot. Since I’ve reached my goal of 400 wins, I’ve calmed down in terms of my travels. Today, I’m just realising that it was excessive in terms of budget (petrol prices) but above all in ecological terms. This year, I’m giving drawing lessons in 2 schools in Brussels. I travel by train. It’s so much easier and less stressful.

Sébastien Mahia

2024 calendar

In 2023, 4 countries and 11 events  were involved. In 2024, 5 countries (Sweden is the new country) and 14 races are involved.

We welcome the THArée, a beautiful trail in the Belgian Ardennes with an original “stop or go” concept, the Ecotrail de Paris, where the trail comes to the city (and which many already know), as well as the Österlen Spring Trail at Brösarp in Sweden (+/- 1h from Malmö) drawn on the fairytale trails of the Baltic Sea! What’s more, the direct Paris-Brussels-Berlin and Berlin-Stockolm train lines via Malmö could make the destination much more accessible by train.

14 European trail-running destinations, all accessible by train. The TTT team is working on benefits for prospective trail-runners when purchasing train tickets.

All concerned cities will be connected with high speed and/or international trains. 5 first European networks/corridors are used or will be used :
-the SNCF/SNCB/Thalys network > North Sea – Mediterranean – Atlantic corridor
-the SNCF/Lyria network > Alps – Rhone – Rhine corridor
-and the SNCF/Trenitalia network : Northsea – North of Italy corridor.
-the Nightjet network > North Sea – Eastern Europe corridor
-the EuropeanSleeper / SJ EuroNight > North Sea – Baltic Sea corridor

Dates Denominations & DescriptionsStationsLEVELS & DISTANCESInfosPress
2024/02/24Diablerets Trail Blanc at Diablerets (CH)
A white trail surrounded by snowy peaks
Diablerets
300m from the start
Beginner
20 / 10 km
InfoPress
2024/16/03La THArée at Gouvy (BEL)
A unique Trail in the heart of the Haute Ardenne
Gouvy
the shuttle start
Beginner to experienced
50/45/38/34/20/11 km
InfoPress
2024/16/03Ecotrail Paris in Paris (FR)
Trail comes to Paris
Paris
RER shuttle start
Beginner to experienced
80 / 45 / 30 / 18 / 10 km
InfoPress
From 2024/04/13L’Österlen Spring Trail at Brösarp (Sweden)
On the fairytale paths of the Baltic Sea
Hyllie (Malmö)
the shuttle start
Beginner to experienced
60 / 30 / 21 / 13 / 5 km
Info
2024/04/14The Trail Liège Métropole at Liège (BEL)
In the Belgian Ardennes, along the Ourthe river
Liège-Guillemins
the shuttle start
Beginner to intermediate
42 / 21 km
InfoPress
2024/04/20The Full Moon Trail at Marseille (FR)
By night between Aix-en-Provence and Marseille
Marseille Saint-Charles
1,5km from the shuttle start
Intermediate to experienced
70 / 39 km
InfoPress
2024/04/21The DKV Urban Trail at Luxembourg (LUX)
From the historic heart of the capital
Luxembourg - CFL
1,2km from the start
Beginner to intermediate
34 / 27 / 18 / 13 km
Info
From 2024/05/10The VVX at Volvic (FR)
An experience of at least two days in the land of volcanoes
Volvic
5km from the shuttle start
Beginner to intermediate
224/110/80/43/25/15 km
InfoPress
From 2024/06/​07The SwissCanyonTrail (CH)
A festival of canyons, cliffs, gorges and waterfalls
Couvet
900m from the start
Intermediate to experienced
111 / 81 / 51 / 31 km
InfoPress
From 2024/07/18The Ut4M (FR)
The trail of the Alps. Grenoble, 4 massifs : Magic !
Grenoble
1km from the start
Beginner to experienced
12 distances from 20 to 175 km
InfoPress
From 2024/08/23The Echappée Belle at Aiguebelle (FR)
Through the Belledonne massif, as beautiful as it is demanding
Aiguebelle
200m from the shuttle start
Experienced
149 / 84 / 62 / 21 km
InfoPress
2024/09/07EuropaTrail Brussels at Brussels (BEL)
In the forests of the European capital
Bruxelles-Midi
7km from the start by bus/tram
Beginner to intermediate
65 / 42 / 21 / 10 km
InfoPress
2024/10/20The Grand Trail du Lac at Bourget du Lac (FR)
The arduous tour of the largest natural lake in France
Chambéry - Challes-Les-Eaux
10km from the start
Intermediate to experienced
75 / 34 km / relais
InfoPress

TTT train destinations

The use of the train as a means of travel to the different events of the TTT is the real thread of the project. Studies show that, in large popular running events, transport of participants represents the bulk of their carbon footprint.

 
Carbon footprint of events
The TTT is based on an observation revealed by numerous studies: nearly 80% of the carbon footprint of a running event comes from the travel of participants. Waste sorting, the use of reusable cups or the recycling of old banners are important actions but have a limited impact compared to the transportation in the overall carbon footprint of a public event. Without fanaticism, the TTT tries to raise awareness, to better inform and to facilitate the use of the train as a means of transportation for athletes. Even if there are many obstacles on the way, it is not utopian to think that in a few years, trains will be chartered to go to and return from an event and that transport by train for athletes will be the rule and no longer the exception.
Why the train?
Train, car, plane: the difference is 2000! This means that for the same journey, some people produce 2000 times more carbon dioxide than others. At one extreme of the spectrum are private planes. A plane like the presidential Falcon emits about 4 kilos of CO2 per kilometer flown. Commercial airliners emit 25 kilograms of CO2 per kilometer flown. This pollution must be divided by the number of passengers, which amounts to between 150 and 260 grams of CO2 per kilometer and per person. That's a little more than a car carrying only one passenger (100 grams). It is much more than a bus trip (30 grams). In this ranking, the big winner remains the train with a CO2 production per kilometer that varies between 2 grams for fast trains and 5 grams for regional trains. The pollution generated by the train is therefore 15 times lower than that generated by the bus, 100 times lower than that of a private car, 125 times lower than that of a commercial airliner and 2000 times lower than that of a private jet. These few figures clearly argue for a shift in habits in favor of rail. A very complete article on the subject can be found in the February 2023 issue of Zatopek magazine.

In order to prepare your train journeys as well as possible, the Train by Train Tour team summarizes a selection of tips and good plans.
Discover our various tips to help you to plan your train journeys.

Preparing your trip

For a pleasant journey by train, it is important to anticipate. It is important to pay attention to the different companies and connections. To do this, we advise you to visit the different websites of the companies in order to know what is offered. To buy a ticket, it is advisable to first check the national companies. Indeed, it is on the official websites of the companies concerned by your journey that the prices will be the most advantageous. If you are crossing borders, compare the fares of all the national companies of the countries you are crossing before buying. For example, if you are traveling from Luxembourg to Italy, you will most likely travel through France. It is therefore advisable to compare fares between Luxembourg, French and Italian companies. When a connection implies a change of company, it is sometimes more advantageous to buy the tickets separately. There are also private companies, such as thetrainline, which centralize different companies in order to propose you trans-European offers.

 
Buying tickets

In order to find the best deal for your train ticket, the time of purchase is important. For high-speed trains, such as the EUROSTAR or ICE, prices are often more attractive two to three months before your trip. Anticipation is important, as is monitoring the promotional actions offered throughout the year for cross-border travel. For regional or national trains, prices generally do not vary. This can allow some flexibility when planning your trip.

 
Discounts

Booking a non-flexible ticket well in advance can be very advantageous. This option is best if you are certain of your itinerary, such as going to a fixed date event. Another tip for saving money on train tickets is to find out about the many discounts that are available for different age groups or statuses (large families, students, military, journalists, railroad employees, etc.). Some high-speed train companies such as ICE even offer tickets without seat reservations. Be careful with this last point, you may be traveling standing up if all seats have been reserved. Some running or trail-running events regularly reserve entire carriages for their participants, but these are regional trains. This formula is not yet possible for cross-border trains but we are not far from it.

 
European pass

There are also various rail "passes" that can be a nice perk. For example, there is the Interrail Pass (interrail.eu or the app) which offers European commuters unlimited travel for a given period in 33 European countries at a fixed fare, but some fast or night trains still require seat reservations in advance, and thus an additional cost.

Seat reservations are not included in the Interrail Pass, but they guarantee comfort on busy European routes. In general, trains that require reservations save you time and offer many advantages, such as Wi-Fi connection, electrical outlets and sleeping places. You can also secure a seat next to your friends. Regional and national companies also offer similar passes for exclusive use in their territory (excluding high-speed trains).

A white trail surrounded by snowy peaks​

Indirect destination - Aigle

Aigle station
Trains from Geneva or Lausanne stop at Aigle station in the valley. From there, with a train, you can reach the (ski) resort of Les Diablerets. Just buy a ticket before boarding. From Aigle station to Les Diablerets station, there is one train per hour, from 5:25 a.m. to 10:25 p.m. The journey takes 50 minutes.

Station address : 1, Place de la Gare at 1860 Aigle (Switzerland)

 
Direct destination - Les Diablerets

Les Diablerets station
At Les Diablerets station, the trail runners are directly near the bib pick-up point, the race departures and arrivals (300m from the station).

Station address : 39, Rue de la Gare at 1865 Ormont-Dessus (CH)
Races starts : Maison des Congrès - 7, Chemin des Grandes Isles at 1865 Ormont-Dessus (CH)

 
Info and train contact

We invite participants to visit the official website of the event to stay informed of the latest information: www.diablerets3d.ch

Contact : info@diablerets3d.ch

 

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A unique Trail in the heart of the Haute Ardenne​

Indirect destination - Coming soon
Direct destination - Coming soon
Info and train contact

We invite participants to visit the official website of the event to stay informed of the latest information: https://www.latharee-trail.be/

• +32 495 31 64 95
• info@latharee-trail.be

logo ecotrail paris 2024

On the fairytale paths of the Baltic Sea​

Indirect destination -

Coming soon

 
Direct destination -

Coming soon

 
Info and train contact

We invite participants to visit the official website of the event to stay informed of the latest information: https://ecotrail.pr.co/

 

Osterlen spring trail (OST) logo 2024

On the fairytale paths of the Baltic Sea​

Indirect destination - Malmö

Hyllie station

Coming soon

Station address : 215 32 Malmö, Sweden

 
Direct destination - Simrishamn

Simrishamn station

Coming soon

 
Info and train contact

The Swedish train company is Skånetrafiken.

We invite participants to visit the official website of the event to stay informed of the latest information: www.osterlentrail.se

info@osterlentrail.se

 

By night between Aix-en-Provence and Marseille​

Direct destination - Marseille

Saint-Charles de Marseille station
The event lends itself perfectly to transport by train. Marseille Saint-Charles international station is located 2km from the departure of Shuttles to Pitchoune, Aix or Phocéa. The arrival of the 3 distances is planned on the terrace of the Terrasses du Port de Marseille. It is advisable to book accommodation in Marseille Centre, between the train station and the Old Port.

Station address : Gare Saint-Charles - Marseille-Square at 13001 Marseille (FR)
Shuttles departures address : In front of the harbor terraces - 9, Quai Du Lazaret at 13002 Marseille (FR)

 
Info and train contact

We invite participants to visit the official website of the event to stay informed of the latest information: https://fullmoontrail.fr/

Eric : +33 48 96 37 62 - welcome@fullmoontrail.fr

 

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In the Belgian Ardennes, along the Ourthe river​

Direct destination - Liège

Liège-Guillemins station
From Liège Guillemins international station, it will be possible to take a shuttle* (by train) to the two departure locations (42 and 21km) according to the following schedule:

8:07 a.m : departure of the train to Esneux, starting point of the 21 km trail.
8:14 a.m : departure of the train towards Comblain-La-Tour (Hamoir), place of departure of the 42km.

Station address : 2, Place des Guillemins at 4000 Liège (BE)

Departure address of the 21 km : Parc du Mary at 4130 Esneux (BE)
Departure address of the 42 km : Terrain C of RRC de Hamoir - 34, Rue de Fairon at 4180 Hamoir (BE)

*Registration includes train shuttle

 
Info and train contact

We invite participants to visit the official website of the event to stay informed of the latest information: www.zatopekmagazine.com

team@zatopekmagazine.com

 

From the historic heart of the capital​

Direct destination - Luxembourg City

Luxembourg City station
From Luxembourg station, you can reach the start of the races on foot or by public transport. Since 2020, all public transport (bus, train, tram) has been free throughout Luxembourg.

Station address de la gare : 1, Place de la Gare at 1616 Luxembourg (LU)

Races starts address : Cité judiciaire - 18, Plateau du Saint-Esprit at 1475 Luxembourg (LU)

 
Info and train contact

We invite participants to visit the official website of the event to stay informed of the latest information: https://urbantrail.lu

contact@urbantrail.lu

 

An experience of at least two days in the land of volcanoes

Indirect destination - Clermont-Ferrand

Clermont-Ferrand station
From Clermont-Ferrand station, it will be easy to get to Volvic. Regular regional train lines are in fact organized once an hour, from 6:20 a.m. to 6:40 p.m. The journey takes only 25 minutes on average.

Station address : 40, Avenue de l'Union Soviétique at 63000 Clermont-Ferrand (FR)

 
Direct destination - Volvic

Volvic (Luzet) station
Volvic station is located in Luzet and is therefore a little off-centre from Volvic. It is 3.5 km from the starting point and 5 km from the town center of Volvic. The organization nevertheless provides shuttles between Volvic station and the place of departure.More information about the organized shuttles will follow, stay informed on the VVX website.

Station address : 15, Rue des Besses at 63530 Volvic (FR)

Races departure address : Site of Goulet - 5, Rue des Sources at 63530 Volvic (FR)

 
Info and train contact

We invite participants to visit the official website of the event to stay informed of the latest information: https://www.volvic-vvx.com/

contact@volvic-vvx.com

 

Swiss suisse trail canyon 2023 ttt

A festival of canyons, cliffs, gorges and waterfalls​

Indirect destination - Neuchâtel

Neuchâtel station
Neuchâtel station is located on the heights of the city center of Neuchâtel, which can be reached by tram or funicular.
With 2 train lines per hour, it is easy to reach Couvet station. The journey takes 30 minutes. The first departure is at 5:40 am.

Staion address : 1, Place de la Gare at 2000 Neuchâtel (CH)

 
Direct destination - Couvet

Couvet station
Couvet station is 800m from the start and finish of the races. It will therefore be easy to get there on foot, in just 10 minutes.

Station address : 5, Rue Pierre-Dubied at 2108 Couvet (CH)

Races departure address : EspaceVal - 15, Clos-Pury at 2108 Couvet (CH)

 
Info and train contact

We invite participants to visit the official website of the event to stay informed of the latest information: https://swisscanyontrail.com/

info@swisscanyontrail.com

 

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The trail of the Alps. Grenoble, 4 massifs : Magic !​

Direct destination - Grenoble

Grenoble station
All destinations lead to Grenoble! Whether you come from the region, from all over France or from abroad, Grenoble station is served by both TER and TGV trains.
As soon as you arrive at Grenoble station, you will be close to the city center. To reach the base camp located on Place Victor Hugo, tram A or B, or the C1 bus will take you there directly in less than 10 minutes.

Station address : 1, Place de la Gare at 38000 Grenoble (FR)

Base camp address :
Place Victor Hugo at 38000 Grenoble (FR)

You will find, on this link, all the information concerning the starting points of each race and the shuttles to take you there.

 
Info and train contact

We invite participants to visit the official website of the event to stay informed of the latest information: https://ut4m.fr/fr

Laura : info@ut4m.fr

 

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Through the Belledonne massif, as beautiful as it is demanding​

Indirect destination - Grenoble

Grenoble station
The organization has provided bus shuttles from the place of arrival, that is to say Aiguebelle.
Train travelers arriving in Grenoble have two possible choices. Either go to the start of their trail via Aiguebelle (arrival + collection of bibs) and take advantage of the organization's paid shuttles, or go directly to the start of the races by taking the option of sending the bib by postage. This last option seems more favorable to runners of the 149km Integrale which starts 20km from Grenoble. Be careful, if you go from Grenoble to the start of the races, you will have to find a transport solution (carpooling or public transport). In both cases, you will have to return from Aiguebelle (arrival) to Grenoble (possible accommodation) via the train for example.

Station address : Place de la Gare 1 at 38000 Grenoble

- Departure of the 149 km: 20km from the station
- Departure of the 84 km: 57km from the station
- Departure of the 64 km: 41km from the station
- Start of the Skyrace (21 km): 57km from the station
- Arrival of all races (except the Skyrace) in Aiguebelle: 72 km from Grenoble station

The journey from Grenoble to Aiguebelle only lasts an average of 1h40. To get from Grenoble to Aiguebelle, you can take one of the 12 trains that make this route daily.
Departure of the first train at 5:39 am, arrival in Aiguebelle at 7:00 am.

 
Direct destination - Aiguebelle

Aiguebelle station
In Aiguebelle, the trail runners are directly near the bib collection point, the arrivals of all distances (except the 21km skyrace) and the departure of the organization's paid shuttles (200m from the station).

Station  address : Pré de Foire at 73220 Val-d'Arc (FR)

Schuttles departure : gymnasium - Collège de la Lauzière : 15, Rue des Écoles at 73220 Val-d'Arc (FR)

Information about the shuttles can be found via this link.

 
Info and train contact

We invite participants to visit the official website of the event to stay informed of the latest information: https://www.lechappeebelledonne.com/

Fabien : contact.belledonne@gmail.com

 

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In the forests of the European capital​

Indirect destination - Brussels

Brussels-Midi station
The Brussels-Midi International station is served by trains from all over Europe. This main station is also a departure point for regional public transport (train, tram, bus, metro). This will be useful for you to easily reach Boitsfort station, located 850m from the departures and arrivals village.
Brussels-Midi station will also allow you to reach the main attractions of the European capital as well as its city center.
In order to get to Boitfort, the train (departs every 40 minutes), the journey will take you 30 minutes.

Station addrese : 47B, Avenue Fonsny at 1060 Bruxelles (BE)

 
Direct destination - Boitsfort

Boitsfort station
Located 850m from the village of the departures and arrivals of the trails, Boitsfort station will allow you to get there on foot (10 min) or by tram (6 min).

Station address : 195, Chaussée de la Hulpe at 1170 Watermael-Boitsfort (BE)

Races departure address : 114, chaussée de la Hulpe at 1180 Uccle (BE)

 
Info and train contact

We invite participants to visit the official website of the event to stay informed of the latest information: https://www.zatopekmagazine.com/

team@zatopekmagazine.com

 

The arduous tour of the largest natural lake in France​

 
Indirect destination - Chambéry

Chambéry - Challes-Les-Eaux station
Chambéry train station is less than 1 km from the city centre. Chambéry station will also allow you to reach Viviers-du-Lac station in just about 10 minutes. You will be able to take this line on average 11 times a day.

Station address : 1, Place de la Gare at 73010 Chambéry (FR)

 
Destination directe - Viviers du Lac

Viviers-du-Lac station
From the Vivier du lac station, it is easy to reach the departure point (+ shuttle for the 34km trail) by bus. The journey takes an average of 20 minutes with departures every 20 minutes (bus 01).

A shuttle (at the price of 5€) is provided by the organization for the start of the 34km which is done in Chanaz. Booking is mandatory and can be done online, when you register or afterwards, in your customer area until October 12.

- Departure: 8 a.m. – "La Traverse" cultural space in Bourget-du-La
- Arrival: 9 a.m. – Chanaz (no bib pick-up).

Station address : 232, Route du Lac at 73420 Viviers-du-Lac (FR)

Address of the 75 km race departures + departure of the shuttles for the 34 km race:  "La Traverse" cultural space - 15 Avenue Lac de Constance at 73370 Le Bourget-du-Lac (FR)
34km race departure address : Maison de Chanaz - Place Antoine/ Place Gianetto at 73310 Chanaz (FR)

 
Info and train contact

We invite participants to visit the official website of the event to stay informed of the latest information: https://www.grandtraildulac.com/

contact.grandtraildulac@gmail.com

 

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