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8° Trail del Moscato
September 23, 2018

September 23, 2018
The event starts at 07:30.

Races

54 km

September 23, 2018 (Sunday) - 07:30
Cut off: 10:00 hours
Running
54 kilometers
2,800 meters
 
3 ITRA Points
5 Aid Stations
Trail Single loop Hilly Countryside Forest UTMB qualifier Solo
The number for participants for the race is capped to 1000.
 

Located in Santo Stefano Belbo (birthplace of Cesare Pavese), Cossano Belbo, Castiglione Tinella Mango and the province of Cuneo, this is an event running through the beautiful and rugged hills that are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Organized by ASD Dynamic VB Center with the support of the Piedmont Region, the intention is to promote this sector (as narrated by Cesare Pavese in his novels) from a sporting point of view. Langhe is one of the more beautiful, quaint and charming places in Italy, known for its wine and forest landscape. A combination of stunning scenery, with rugged hills sloping down, and gentle slopes completely covered with vineyards. From the top of the mountain the view extends to the Alps beyond the Monte Rosa massif, a distance that disappear on clear days and be reveals a wonderful and incredible scenery.
The area also offers great food, wine and dozens of houses in which to taste and drink the food and the local wine (Moscato, Barolo, Barbaresco, truffles).
A territory “still wild, even if transformed by man” with optimum slopes for this type of sporting competitions. On the track there are trails, dirt roads, gravel roads vineyards, forests and small villages with a lush vegetation. The course is executable and challenging but without visible sections, suitable for those who are well-trained.

10 km

September 23, 2018 (Sunday) - 09:30
Cut off: 03:00 hours
Running
10 kilometers
600 meters
2 Aid Stations
Trail Single loop Hilly Countryside Forest Solo
The number for participants for the race is capped to 1800.
 

Located in Santo Stefano Belbo (birthplace of Cesare Pavese), Cossano Belbo, Castiglione Tinella Mango and the province of Cuneo, this is an event running through the beautiful and rugged hills that are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Organized by ASD Dynamic VB Center with the support of the Piedmont Region, the intention is to promote this sector (as narrated by Cesare Pavese in his novels) from a sporting point of view. Langhe is one of the more beautiful, quaint and charming places in Italy, known for its wine and forest landscape. A combination of stunning scenery, with rugged hills sloping down, and gentle slopes completely covered with vineyards. From the top of the mountain the view extends to the Alps beyond the Monte Rosa massif, a distance that disappear on clear days and be reveals a wonderful and incredible scenery.
The area also offers great food, wine and dozens of houses in which to taste and drink the food and the local wine (Moscato, Barolo, Barbaresco, truffles).
A territory “still wild, even if transformed by man” with optimum slopes for this type of sporting competitions. On the track there are trails, dirt roads, gravel roads vineyards, forests and small villages with a lush vegetation. The course is executable and challenging but without visible sections, suitable for those who are well-trained.

21 km

September 23, 2018 (Sunday) - 09:30
Cut off: 04:00 hours
Running
21.097 kilometers
1,100 meters
 
1 ITRA Points
3 Aid Stations
Trail Single loop Hilly Countryside Forest UTMB qualifier Solo
The number for participants for the race is capped to 1800.
 

Located in Santo Stefano Belbo (birthplace of Cesare Pavese), Cossano Belbo, Castiglione Tinella Mango and the province of Cuneo, this is an event running through the beautiful and rugged hills that are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Organized by ASD Dynamic VB Center with the support of the Piedmont Region, the intention is to promote this sector (as narrated by Cesare Pavese in his novels) from a sporting point of view. Langhe is one of the more beautiful, quaint and charming places in Italy, known for its wine and forest landscape. A combination of stunning scenery, with rugged hills sloping down, and gentle slopes completely covered with vineyards. From the top of the mountain the view extends to the Alps beyond the Monte Rosa massif, a distance that disappear on clear days and be reveals a wonderful and incredible scenery.
The area also offers great food, wine and dozens of houses in which to taste and drink the food and the local wine (Moscato, Barolo, Barbaresco, truffles).
A territory “still wild, even if transformed by man” with optimum slopes for this type of sporting competitions. On the track there are trails, dirt roads, gravel roads vineyards, forests and small villages with a lush vegetation. The course is executable and challenging but without visible sections, suitable for those who are well-trained.

Weather

 
Clear throughout the day.

16.0°C - 28.0°C (60.8°F - 82.4°F)

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