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The "Echappée Belle" trail trip offers a crossing of the entire Belledonne Massif, by the wildest route.
You will be able to enjoy the minerality and the beauty of the landscapes, all with a limited portage: the assistance being organized to allow you to run.
Like any good self-respecting "reco", the route will follow that of the Echappée Belle.
It is possible to do only the first two days, or only the last two days.
The trip is open to experienced runners: Belledonne is wild and the trails, sometimes very technical, require a certain ease and knowledge of their limits.
Overnight stays and evening meals at the Habert d'Aiguebelle, and the Gîte La Martinette in Fond-de-France.
You will learn the running techniques that will allow you to progress in trail running, running uphill, downhill, on uneven terrain, use of poles, etc... You will address all the issues related to the preparation and performance on a long trail, training, effort management, recovery.
Habert d'Aiguebelle and Gîte de La Martinette in Fond-de-France (rooms for 1 to 8 people) or equivalent
5pm at the Grenoble train station on the last day of the course
- A 5 to 15 L backpack
- A waterproof or windproof jacket
- A warm long-sleeved top
- Tights or long pants in the bag
- Adapted / trail-running type socks
- A pair of sunglasses
- A plastic bag for waste
- Bars, dried fruits ...
- A little cash
- A hat and thin gloves
- Spare clothes for the duration of the internship
- A toiletry bag / hand towel
- Spare shoes
- A post-race outfit
- A pocket knife
- A headlamp
- Personal pharmacy with double-skin dressings
- Sunscreen and lip stick
- Biodegradable toilet paper
Reception at 7am at the Grenoble train station
Start at 8am from L'Arselle in Chamrousse (km 16.7 of the race)
A long wild stage where we will pass the highest point of the race (the Croix de Belledonne)
10 to 11 hours of hiking and running
Overnight stay at the Habert d'Aiguebelle
A shorter but nervous stage with the passage of the Col de la Vache
Arrival in the afternoon at the Gîte de la Martinette to recover from our efforts
Late afternoon: study of the course
The queen stage of this crossing of the Belledonne, with the Col du Morétan to cross.
Transfer and overnight stay at the Gîte de La Martinette in Fond-de-France
Transfer from Fond-de-France to Super Collet
A long but more rolling stage especially from Val Pelouse
Arrival in the middle of the afternoon at Le Pontet
Arrival at Grenoble station around 5pm
Intensity 3/4: Sustained (2 day version)
Technique 4/4: Engaged / Off trail
During the stay
Between 25 and 45 km per day
Between 1.000 and 2.500 D+ per day
Hiking/running trip of 8 to 10 hours per day in the mountains for 2 days
Trails that can be very technical, rocky and very aerial throughout the route
Intensity 4/4: Extreme (full traverse)
During the stay
Hike and run from 8 to 10 hours per day in the mountains during 4 days
Regular training several times a week, with long outings (more than 2 hours) and a long trail experience (more than 40 km). During the trip you will be in excellent physical shape.
Physical : You regularly practice endurance sports (Trail, cycling, hiking, skiing...)
During the trip you will be in excellent physical shape.
Technical : You are at ease on all types of trails includingtechnical passages(scree, névés, steep slopes) and aerial passages.