Here is a selection of Ultramarathons organized in September 2014 that were previously featured in our monthly newsletter.
France – Aveyron – Millau
This is the most famous 100km in France with a 43-year history. The first marathon is run along the Gorges of river Tarn, then you’ll run to St Affrique and back. On your way you’ll pass twice under the majestic Millau Viaduct, by day and by night if you are not one of the fastest runners.
USA – Washington – Marble Mountain Sno-Park
This is a tough 50k trail race where you’ll go around Mt. St. Helens, famous for its deadly 1980 eruption. You’ll run on varied terrain such as lava, pumice fields, cross rivers, venture in the blast zone or run through dense forest. What a journey!
United Kingdom – Argyll and Bute – Isle of Tiree
The Isle of Tiree is famous of its rugged coastline, sandy beaches and unspoiled landscape. During the race, you’ll simply run around the whole Hebridean island. After the race, the island will have no secrets for your.
A few interviews about races held during the month of September have already been published in this blog. Check them out.