Engadin Ultra Trail
Samedan - Zuoz
Engadin Ultra Trail
With a view to the reorientation of the event and the integration of the Plaiv with Zuoz and La Punt, runners will discover two new routes through the lower part of the Upper Engadine. It is the quieter part of the unique high valley in the Engadine. The varied routes lead again and again through the well-preserved, historic village centres. In contrast, the trails lead again and again into the mountains, up to 2594 m above sea level, the highest point of the route on the Chamanna d´Es-cha.
NEW: EUT53 leads over 53 km and 2639 m altitude difference from Zuoz to Samedan (87% trails, hiking trail and forest path; 13% asphalt), participation fee from CHF 110
NEW: ET23 leads over 23 km and 1064 m altitude difference from La Punt to Samedan (79% trails, hiking trail and forest path; 21% asphalt), participation fee from CHF 80
ET16 leads over 16 km and 791 metres in altitude from Samedan to Samedan (86% trails, hiking trail and forest path; 14% asphalt), participation fee from CHF 50
EUT102: The king´s discipline leads over 102 km and 5677 metres in altitude from Samedan via Celerina, La Punt, Zuoz, Bever and back to Samedan (47% trails, 43% hiking trail and 10% asphalt), participation fee from CHF 150
The route concept is to be retained for the next 3 years.
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