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Escursioni lungo i sentieri segnati Soča Ultra e Walk of Peace

Tra il 6 e l’8 gennaio 2023 sul Carso e Goriziano si svolgerà La corsa della bora. Nella parte slovena il percorso della corsa seguirà per la maggior parte il Walk of Peace dalle Alpi all’Adriatico, perciò il 7 gennaio saranno disponibili anche due tratte per escursioni individuali e due visite guidate gratuite.

Get your free crampons at the Corsa della Bora

For each paid subscription to the Alpe Adria Snow Trail or Alpe Adria Trail, regardless of the distance, you can decide to have a free pair of snow racing crampons worth 30 euros as a goodie bag.

We will start printing the bibs soon!

November 21st is the deadline to register and have a personalized bib with your name, nationality, and race you have chosen. Then we will send the bibs to print and if you register or pre-register after this date, you will receive a beautiful bib … but without your name!

Pay two races, the third is free!

If you pay two similar distances, the third is free.

Simple, straightforward and with no hidden strings.

For example, if you run S1 Half in January and Tarvisio Snow Trail in February, then Alpe Adria Trail in May is 100% free, including the race goodie bag, medal and services.

Prices are rising for everyone, but not for you!

We have decided to give maximum convenience now and therefore there are no (and possible) other promotions or discounts for groups, companies or S1 points.
On the other hand, with pre-registration you save up to 40 euros on registration and help us plan and organize the race in the best possible way.

Trieste: “melting pot” standing between sea and mountains

Running in Trieste means breathing in this atmosphere, which the poet Rilke, from the Duino cliffs, summarizes in the simple phrase: “Being here is wonderful”, or better to use his words, “Hiersein Ist Herrlich”, or in Slovenian “Biti tu je čudovito ”and in English language of science and international“ Being here is Glorious ”.

We are not putting out this fire​

The skeletons of our black pines and sumac remain standing, blackened in snapshots of a last cry of pain from our land, plants, animals and the soul of the Karst.

A scenario that catapults us back more than a hundred years, to the Great War, when the Karst, bathed only by blood and suffering, was just as it appears today.