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JAT Self-guided tours

Self-guided tours

Considering there is an immense gap of trail running races this year, Julian Alps Trail Run team has decided to offer you a trail running adventure on our event’s routes.

You can choose one or more stages for your adventure. We’ll take care of carefully crafted GPX logs, transfer you to the start and make sure to transfer your gear from the start to the stage’s finish. We also put together not only a list of possible accommodations in start / finish points, but also points where you can get food and drinks during the day.

Our routes go around Julian Alps and connect many yet unknown single trails. Your highest point will be while crossing the Karawanks, where your route takes you to its king – mountain Stol (2236 m).

 

We’ll organise self-guided tours during these dates:

– 240 km 24.9.-27.9.

– 170 km 25.9.-27.9.

– 100 km 26.9.-27.9

– 65 km 26.9.


Pricing:

–  65 km: 67 € + 8 € transfer to the start
– 100 km: 87 € + 10 € transfer to the start
– 170 km: 112 € + 15 € transfer to the start
– 240 km: 137 €

*If you paid your registration fee for Julian Alps Trail Run 2020, you can also transfer it to self-guided tours.

You also get a special t-shirt and a finisher medal when you finish the self-guided tour of your choice.

You can choose between:

1. 65 km – 1 day (Žirovnica – Kranjska Gora)

You start in Žirovnica and continue toward one of the most stunning parts of Karawanks – from Stol to Dovška baba. Once you’re done with that, there is a bit of a flat part from Mojstrana to Gozd Martuljek, where you have one more climb ahead – to Srednji vrh and then a downhill to Kranjska Gora.

2.   100 km – 2 days (Soriška planina – Kranjska Gora)

You start your first day at Soriška planina, then your route takes you towards Ratitovec and to Jelovica, where you have to traverse the plateau to Babji zob above Bled. Then you have a fast running part ahead, during which you pass Bled and go towards first day’s finish – Žirovnica.

Second day starts in Žirovnica and continues toward one of the most stunning parts of Karawanks – from Stol to Dovška baba. Once you’re done with that, there is a bit of a flat part from Mojstrana to Gozd Martuljek, where you have one more climb ahead – to Srednji vrh and then a downhill to Kranjska Gora.

3.  170 km – 3 days (Kobarid – Kranjska Gora)

Your first day takes you from Kobarid towards Krn, to the village Drežnica, from which you make your way towards mount Kuhinja. A downhill towards Tolmin is next, but it won’t last long, because you have to go up again soon – towards mount Razor, from which a long traverse towards Bača follows. But before you can traverse, you have to climb towards Črna prst, from which a bit of a downhill towards Soriška planina follows.

Your second day starts at Soriška planina, then your route takes you towards Ratitovec and to Jelovica, where you have to traverse the plateau to Babji zob above Bled. Then you have a fast running part ahead, during which you pass Bled and go towards second day’s finish – Žirovnica.

Third day starts in Žirovnica and continues toward one of the most stunning parts of Karawanks – from Stol to Dovška baba. Once you’re done with that, there is a bit of a flat part from Mojstrana to Gozd Martuljek, where you have one more climb ahead – to Srednji vrh and then a downhill to Kranjska Gora.

4.   240 km – 4 days (Kranjska Gora – Kranjska Gora)

The queen stage with its 240 km circles the whole Julian Alps. Your first stage starts in Kranjska Gora. You go towards Krma, climb Vršič and then continue towards the source of Soča river. This stunning river will keep you company for the next 20 km, all the way to Bovec, from which you only have a final running stretch towards Kobarid.

Your second day takes you from Kobarid towards Krn, to the village Drežnica, from which you make your way towards mount Kuhinja. A downhill towards Tolmin is next, but it won’t last long, because you have to go up again soon – towards mount Razor, from which a long traverse towards Bača follows. But before you can traverse, you have to climb towards Črna prst, from which a bit of a downhill towards Soriška planina follows.

Your second day starts at Soriška planina, then your route takes you towards Ratitovec and to Jelovica, where you have to traverse the plateau to Babji zob above Bled. Then you have a fast running part ahead, during which you pass Bled and go towards second day’s finish – Žirovnica.

Third day starts at Soriška planina, then your route takes you towards Ratitovec and to Jelovica, where you have to traverse the plateau to Babji zob above Bled. Then you have a fast running part ahead, during which you pass Bled and go towards second day’s finish – Žirovnica.

Fourth day starts in Žirovnica and continues toward one of the most stunning parts of Karawanks – from Stol to Dovška baba. Once you’re done with that, there is a bit of a flat part from Mojstrana to Gozd Martuljek, where you have one more climb ahead – to Srednji vrh and then a downhill to Kranjska Gora.

 

 

REGISTRATION

 

You can register via info@trailrun.si until 15.9.2020.

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