PERMANENT TRAIL RUNNING ROUTE
Follow our permanent 22-kilometre trail running itinerary with a 1,500m uphill climb, which passes through the villages of Montvalezan-La Rosière. Drink in the beauty of the landscapes as you make your way up the mountain.
Soon, you will be able to download the different marked itineraries.
Now in its 3rd edition, the Trail des Moulins trail running race has changed its name to Trail de La Rosière and will take place on Sunday 16th July 2017.
La Rosière, a partner of Team Terre de Running trail running team, is organising:
Set off to explore the breathtaking scenery and challenging trails on this new 40km route, with a 3,000m uphill climb!
Participants will climb up to a ridge overlooking the Petit Saint-Bernard pass, with Mont Blanc in the background.
There are a host of wonderful features to discover along the way: the Ruitor plateau, Lac Noir, Lac du Retour, Mont Blanc, Mont Pourri, and much more.
The 22km “Trail du Lac du Retour” itinerary, with a 1,450m uphill climb, is a demanding route that runs between an altitude of 1,500m and 2,450m.
Starting in La Rosière, participants must climb up to the Roc Noir, where they can look down over the Petit Saint-Bernard pass and Mont Blanc from the mountain ridge.
Some of La Rosière’s most emblematic landmarks are dotted around the route: Fort de la Redoute Ruinée, Combe du Torrent des Moulins, Lac du Retour (alt.: 2,400m), plus the traditional villages of Le Vaz and Le Châtelard villages at alt. 1,500m.
It’s a real treat for your eyes and a workout for your legs!
A lovely little route that is run mainly on single-track paths.
The 15mk “La Moulinette” route has an uphill climb of 800m. It is an accessible trail along Alpine footpaths that offers stunning panoramic views! Participants climb up to the Roc Noir ridge for plunging views over Mont Blanc and the Petit Saint-Bernard pass.
They then trot past the Fort de la Redoute then follow the balcony pathway through the wild vale of the Moulins with its streams, bridges and rustic chalets.
The route follows a new path this year, with its final 3km running through the pastures along the irrigation canal.
The “Les Petits Aviateurs” route is an introduction to the trail running discipline and a way of taking part in the event on a beginner-friendly itinerary. Open to all, ages 14 and over.
5km parent/child duo
An untimed course to be completed in teams comprised of an adult (age 18 or over) plus one or two children under the age of 14, for a fun introduction to trail running!