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La 6000D

Aime-la-Plagne
Tourist Office

73210 Aime-la-Plagne

OUVERTURE

Sunday 28 July 2019 between 5 am and 7 pm.

DESCRIPTION

The 6000D, a legendary race and the first of its kind, is still considered a challenge by most trail runners. Climbing from the apple orchards up to the glacier is a real feat!

Individual challenge, accessible to all
3500m of elevation gain over a 65km course that takes participants from the village of Aime la Plagne in the valley to the top of Bellecôte glacier at 3047m via La Plagne's different altitude villages, then coming back down through the forest to Montchavin and finishing along the Isère river.

The atmosphere 6000D
The trail is well marked with 95% of it on regular walking paths. There will be a large, enthusiastic crowd all along the trail to cheer you on you during the 30th edition, on Saturday, July 27th 2019.

Organization of the 6000D :
STARTS AIME, 6.00am
Race information
65 km over a marked course with control points and on ascent in the Olympic bobsleigh track
3500 m elevation gain
Altitude at the start and finish : 673 m
Highest point of the race : 3047 m
No limit time but last hourly barrier to Montchavin at 5.30 pm (km54)
Starts Aime 6am
Price : 52 - 75€, according to date of registration. On-line registration closes July 17th, 2018
Limit to 2000 runners and be 20 years old in the year (1999)
3 hourly Barriers (Chiaupe return, Bellecôte(new schedule at 4.00pm), Montchavin)
Medical certificate or license compulsory for the registration
For the 2019 edition,Mandatory equipment that will be checked at the start and during the race: trail crampons, a whistle, 500ml of water and a survival blanket and a windbreaker will be compulsory (it can be cold at altitude)
Strongly recommended a mobile phone, gloves, glasses, cap or other, water and food.
Bibs will be given out at the Salle des Fêtes in Aime from Thursday afternoon until the morning of the race. Piece of identity required for the withdrawal of the bib and this individually
For this edition a reusable foldable tumbler to limit waste on the provisionings will be offered to you and it is strongly recommended to use it (more disposable tumbler on the feeding stations)
A baggage room will be available 50m from the start point in Aime.

Challenge to 2 people, accessible to all
A positive elevation gain of 3500m for a total distance of 65km to run 2 people.
3500m of elevation gain over a 65km course that takes participants from the village of Aime in the valley to the top of Bellecôte glacier at 3047m via La Plagne's different altitude villages, then coming back down through the forest to Montchavin and finishing along the Isère river.

If you are ever alone and looking for a partner, please contact the organization that will centralize people.

The atmosphere 6000D
The trail is well marked with 95% of it on regular walking paths. There will be a large, enthusiastic crowd all along the trail to cheer you on you during the 30th edition, on Saturday, July 27th 2019.

Organization of the 6000D in relay to 2 people :
Race information
Altitude at the start and finish : 673 m
Highest point of the race and relay passage to the glacier : 3047 m
Starts Aime : 6.00am
1st Section Aime / Glacier: 32km - 2740m (D +) - 440m (D-) - 1st Barrier in the Glacier for the passage of the relay: 1.00 pm
2nd Section Glacier / Aime: 33km - 760m (D +) - 3060m (D-) - 3 Barriers (Chiaupe return 2.00 pm, Plagne Bellecote 4.00 pm and Montchavin 5.30 pm)
Limit to 250 team
Price : 74 - 97€, according to date of registration. End of the registrations on Wednesday, July 17th
Medical certificate or license compulsory for the registration
the age limit for the relay 6000D at 2 people is 20 in the year (born before 1999) - for info it takes 20 years in the year for the 6000D
For the 2019 edition,Mandatory equipment that will be checked at the start and during the race: trail crampons, a whistle, 500ml of water and a survival blanket and a windbreaker will be compulsory (it can be cold at altitude)
Strongly recommended a mobile phone, gloves, glasses, cap or other, water and food.
Bibs will be given out at the Salle des Fêtes in Aime from Thursday afternoon until the morning of the race. Piece of identity required for the withdrawal of the bib and this individually
For this edition a reusable foldable tumbler to limit waste on the provisionings will be offered to you and it is strongly recommended to use it (more disposable tumbler on the feeding stations)
A baggage room will be available 50m from the start point in Aime.

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