Saturday July 27th, 2019
La Plagne, France
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 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 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.