Statistic of the race

  • 500 runners per race
  • 15% of foreigner runner on the last edition (30 country representated)
  • 50% finishers on the 144km in 2016
  • 64% finishers on the 85km in 2016
  • 85% finishers on the 47km in 2016

Time record

  • 27:26 for the 1st man on the 144km in 2016 by par Sébastien Gérard
  • 30:09 for the 1st woman on the 144km in 2015 by Emilie Lecomte

Course and difference altitude

  • Highest peak 2 926 m
  • Lower place 250 m
  • 40 km consecutive above 2 000 m
  • 15 passes above 2 000 m

The landscape

  • 90% single track, 8% track, 2% road
  • 2 area “Natura 2 000”, 1 National natural reserve (Luitel)
  • 30 altitude lakes visible from the race

facilities and team

  • 10 refreshment point, 2 base camp
  • 4 altitude refuges
  • 350 volunteers
  • 30 rescuers, 3 doctors, 6 nurse, 12 paramedics (physiotherapist and podiatrist)
  • 30 binomial mountain
  • 30 town crossed, 2 departments (Isère and Savoie)
  • 8 tons of food and drinks
  • 15 staff member
  • 8 cameramen
  • 1 drone
  • 4 photographers
  • 7 000 markers
  • 2 back course
  • 12 markers men
  • 1 weather router
  • 6 radio relay
  • 70 long range radio sets
  • 1 helicopter
  • 8 minivans, 10 shuttles, 2 4×4 cars, 2 trucks