Registration for the EcoTrail Paris 2020 is open !
Save the date: the EcoTrail Paris is back for its 13th edition, from March 14th to March 15th 2020! 4 trail distances, several hiking and Nordic walking courses for all levels, all set across the most beautiful sites of the Île-de-France region.
The 13th edition will open with the Eiffel Tower Vertical®. The 6th edition of the event will take place on Wednesday, March 11th 2020. More than 131 participants will soon be carefully selected (131 participants for the Eiffel Tower will be 131 years old in 2020). A true sporting challenge in the form of a time trial race. It’s also the only outdoors tower running event in the world !
The rest of the sporting events will take place during the weekend under the banner of the EcoTrail Paris on Saturday, March 14th and Sunday, March 15th 2020. Participants will have the opportunity to take on four nature races: the 18km, 30km, 45km or 80km trails, running across the paths of the Île-de-France region. Hikes and Nordic walks will also be available. As many possibilities to seduce all categories of athletes, from trail runners to hikers, from seasoned veterans to newbies. As a pioneer in this type of events, the organization and its eco-actors know how to implement eco-responsible policies in order to respect the sites of each event.
There are already over 500 participants since registration opened last Thursday!
To (re)discover this event, which is now a staple of the French sporting scene, you can visit : https://paris.ecotrail.com/
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About EcoTrail Paris
L'EcoTrail est un concept de course nature, accessible à tous et éco responsable dont le terrain de jeu se situe à proximité directe des grandes villes et de leur banlieue. L'ambition des organisateurs est d'offrir au plus grand nombre l'opportunité de (re)découvrir le patrimoine naturel et culturel des territoires urbains.
EcoTrail races are a concept of nature races accessible to all and eco-responsible. The race courses are set close to major cities and their suburbs. The ambition of the organizers is to give as many people as possible a chance to (re)discover the natural and cultural heritage of urban territories.