Have you ever imagined travelling a whole country all at once? Come and discover our mountains in the light of a full moon!
Our small country is not just a paradise for shopping, but also an exceptional playground for nature, mountain and therefore trail lovers.
Personal challenge and solidarity are the cornerstones of an event that from the very beginning has not neglected sustainability.
On the Andorra Ultra Trail Vallnord, we want to offer you the chance to admire Andorra from its highest peaks. You will pass through the valleys of Comapedrosa communal natural park, the Sorteny valley natural park, and the Madriu Perafita Claror valley, which has World Heritatge status, at an altitude of almost 3,000 metres in a purely mineral environment. At our event, you will experience the magic of the mountains in the light of a full moon, the camaraderie of the aid stations, the spirit of self-improvment that drives runners and the good humour and friendship that emerge with shared adventure.
A dazzling flora, foaming rivers that descend the slopes, partially frozen glacial lakes, dense forests, high grassland perfumed with liquorice scent, flocks and herds roaming in complete freedom, the cry of the marmots, the flight of the bearded vulture, the smiles of 300 volunteers and the enthusiasm of the people of Andorrewho will help you with their words of support. All in all, it is not just a great festival of sport but also, above all, an advertisement for the common mountain values of hospitality, conviviality and authenticity and respect for others and the environment.
Five trials await you and now it is time to choose. These are races for all tastes upon which you will (re)discover the country of the Pyrenees, the land of princes.
Essential values for us are:
- sustainability: reusable and recyclable materials (individual ecocups), biodegradable signage (paint), selective collection (plastic, paper, head torch batteries...), and cleaning up the route after the race, etc.
- social responsability: as runnrs, we should think of people who are not lucky enough to enjoy nature as we can. There is therefore also the option of taking part in the Sokidaritrail race, which is open to everyone, including people with disabilities.