A lot of information about the race are available in the rules of engagement HERE (in process), that you must have read before starting any of the races on LG Trail.
Registration is open online until 18th of March 2022. You will also have the possibility to register directly on site (in the limit of places available -200 max per race).
Can I transfer my bib to a friend?
If you are unable to run the race, it is possible to transfer your bib to a friend until 12th of March 2022 by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and indicating the name, first name and contact information of the person who wants to replace you. We will then tell you how to validate the bib transfer.
You can switch from the 31km to the 18km, but no refund will be made. For this, please send an email to email@example.com before 12th March 2022.
The certificate is not necessary.
Do I need a cover certificate or a test to participate to races ?
Under current circumstances (November 2021), the covid certificate or a test is not necessary.
Many car parks are located near the Pierre de Coubertin Stadium
All along the track, you will find complete food and drink stations : fresh fruits, dry fruits, energy bars and gels, salty stuff, coca-cola, water, energy drink
Find all the food and drink stations on the tracks of the race.
You will be able to collect the bibs of all races at the stadium Pierre de Coubertin on 18th of March 2022 from 4 pm to 30 minutes before your race starts. Don’t be late please!
How can I get to the Stade Pierre de Coubertin from the Lausanne train station ?
The bus n ° 1 will take you directly from the Train Station of Lausanne until the stop Maladière (terminus of this line) located at 700 meters of the departure. Schedules are available HERE.
- Water reserve of 0.5 liter minimum
- Good headlamp
- Personal glass
- Survival blanket for the 31km
- Mobile phone
The various events of the Urban Trail Lausanne take place in a unique but fragile setting. It is our responsibility to promote, among everyone, the values of the trail : respect for people and the environment, mutual help, solidarity, fair play, humility …
Thus, in order to inform all the people who participate (runners, partners, volunteers, organizers, local authorities …) and to guide them in their behaviors and actions, we have drawn up the charter of the Urban Trail Lausanne.
By joining the event, I pledge to :
Respect the values of trail and sport: mutual aid, solidarity, sharing and conviviality
To become aware that I am evolving in a fragile natural environment.
Respect and preserve the fauna and flora by staying only on the race track
Do not throw any waste on the course
Use public transportation and carpooling as much as possible to get to and leave the event
Helping a competitor in a difficult situation