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Mont-Blanc - France - Italy - Switzerland
Sommet Mondial
du Trail
August, 24th - 30th 2020
Registrations between December, 17th 2019 and January, 2nd 2020
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Photo : ©Yosuke Kashiwakura
Chiangmai - Thailand
Thailand
by UTMB®
October 30th-November 1st, 2020
Thailand by UTMB® will be based around the highest mountain in Thailand, Doi Inthanon in the Chiang Mai Provence, and at 2,656 metres, it is known locally as “The Roof of Thailand”. This national park is located in the north-west of the country, allowing runners the chance to get off the beaten track and experience a true adventure; crossing rivers, chasing hidden waterfalls, passing royal burial grounds, and learning about the local people.

Trail runners can choose from four distances; the 175km ‘Inthanon 6’ ultra-race, the ‘Inthanon 5’ 119km, ‘Inthanon 4’ 80km race and the shorter ‘Inthanon 1’ 22km race.

The nearest international airport is less than two hour’s drive from Doi Inthanon in the city of Chiang Mai, and as a partner to the event will offer runners the opportunity to stay in Thailand longer and experience the beauty of the country while enjoying the warm Thai hospitality.
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Photo : © Thailand by UTMB®
Sichuan Province - China
Panda Trail
by UTMB®
November 20th-22nd, 2020
Panda Trail by UTMB® will be based around one of most famous Taoist mountains in China, Qingcheng Mountain in Dujiangyan city and Wenchuan County in the Sichuan region. Located in the southwest of the country, the Sichuan Province is one the largest provinces in China and the gateway to Tibet and where Tibetans, the Yi, the Hui, the Han and other ethnic groups live.
Known as the Country of Heaven thanks to its world heritage irrigation system and as the Sunshine Valley due to its mild temperatures throughout the year, the Sichuan Province is also famous for its Giant Pandas and spicy food. Chengdu International Airport (CTU) is located just an hour’s drive from Dujiangyan in Sichuan, and is the fourth largest hub in mainland China with direct flights to most major North American cities and European capitals.
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Photo : © Ocean Visual
Val d'Aran - Spain
Val d'Aran
by UTMB®
July 9th - 11th, 2020
Val d'Aran, the essence of the Pyrenees, will offer its magnificent mountains and its well-known hospitality to host the newest international event “by UTMB”. It will consist of different trails and distances to run through one of the wildest parts of the Pyrenees. Val d'Aran is a valley which is facing the Atlantic Ocean, sitting in the heart of the Catalan Pyrenees, with peaks up to 3.000m, a unique climate and a strong heritage. More than 90% of its territory is made up of pure nature, most of it contained within the National Park “Aigüestortes i Estany de San Maurici”. The race will include summits, ridges, lakes, rivers and charming villages; a global course in a unique habitat of the Pyrenees and Europe.
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Photo : © Jose Miguel Muñoz Egea
Al Hajar Mountains - Sultanate of Oman
Oman
by UTMB®
December 3rd - 5th, 2020
Take a journey into one of the most beautiful places in the whole of Arabia. Featuring dramatic and varied scenery, Oman by UTMB® offers three rugged and challenging courses through the mountainous terrain around Jebel Akhdar, the famous and iconic Green Mountain.

Oman by UTMB® is a runner's dream – an ultra trail along mountain top ridges, through ancient villages, palm plantations, deep wadis and scenic gorges. The journey leads runners off the tourist tracks, allowing them to explore the Sultanate's hidden gems that are located deep within its atmospheric and untouched landscape.
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Photo : © Oman by UTMB® - Franck Oddoux
Yunnan - China
Gaoligong
by UTMB®
December 18th - 20th, 2020
A major event on the Asian trail-running calendar, as well as the standard-setting race for the continent. From its first edition, the theater for an incredible race between China's best trail runners and the current international elite.
Next to the border between China and Myanmar, Gaoligong Mountains, a UNESCO World Heritage site, stretch from the south to the north. Geographically the foothills of the Himalaya, the Mountains are a reservoir of great biodiversity, harboring some of the best-preserved forests in China.
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Photo : © Alexis Berg