28 JULY 2024
"DON'T STOP ME NOW"
MOUNTAINS, LAKE and .....PALM TREES
32 KM AND 1’900 M D+
Since 2017, you may be familiar with the MXSKY, a sort of Sierre-Zinal à la Vaudoise? This new Crossing Riviera is the younger sister, full of character and exceptional panoramas while retaining similar characteristics over around 32km.
After the climb through the old town of Montreux, which precedes the 1,055 steps of the Telegraph path, head for the Dent de Jaman and then the Naye steps, where you might just reach... Nirvana: the Rochers de Naye at almost 2,000m. One of Switzerland's best-known views over Lake Geneva. We'll give you a few minutes to admire it before continuing your journey.
After the breath-taking and exotic Gorges du Chauderon, a new route will take you to the beach of Clarens a lake, musical and fulfilling finale. And now you can take your well-deserved plunge into the water of Lac Léman.
Clarens (Montreux) Omni-sport centre Pierrier, Sunday July 28, 08h30
Clarens beach (Montreux), Pierrier Omnisport
RACE BIB DISTRIBUTION
Friday 26 July from 5pm to 8pm (Clarens, Pierrier beach)
Saturday 27 July from 4.30pm to 7pm (Clarens, Pierrier beach)
Sunday 28 July from 6.30am to 8.30am (Clarens, Pierrier beach)
Liboson d’en Haut, Rochers de Naye, Haut de Caux
Rochers de Naye : 4h30 of running
Finish Clarens Plage : 8h of running
Water reserve (0.5 litre minimum), waterproof jacket with a hood (10’000 mm/h), personal beaker, survival blanket, whistle, food reserve, mobile phone working in Switzerland turned on
Gloves, spare T-shirt, cap or bandana, sunglasses, sun cream
Participants may drop off personal their belongings at the start in Clarens on Sunday morning, and pick them up upon arrival.
The organizer declines any responsibility in case of loss, damage or theft of any valuable item
CAR PARK & TRANSPORTATION
A detailed plan will be communicated a few days before the race
★★★ With similar characteristics to the classic Sierre-Zinal, CROSSING RIVIERA is not only perfect training for it, but also a real objective, and even a first foray into longer distances on terrain that can be described as playful.
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