La Rosière supports 2 athletes in Trail!


Our 2 trail ambassadors, Fabien Antolinos and Arthur Joyeux Bouillon regularly run together on the trails of La Rosière. In particular, they organised together the “Défi Mont Blanc” which consisted of a round trip to the summit of Mont Blanc from La Rosière, by a route that is a feast for the eyes.
On Monday 13 July 2020, at 7pm, they left La Rosière for this great challenge! They passed by the Col du Petit Saint Bernard, the Col des Chavannes, the Combal lake and then they went up to the Gonella refuge by the Glacier du Miage where assistance was waiting for them with mountaineering gear. After this short break, they took the direction of the Piton des Italiens, to arrive at the summit of Mont Blanc (4810m) at around 6am. They took the same route on the way back.
In total, the route was 92km for 6000m of D +/- with a large part of the climb at high altitude. For this first time, they achieved this performance in 20h and 5min!

The GPX track of their route is available to all on the Trace de Trail website



Fabien is a French athlete born in 1977 in Bron (Rhône) and a renowned trail ambassador! A specialist in ultra trail, a race that takes place in the middle of nature (forest, mountain, plain) over a very long distance; he notably won the Lavaredo Trail in Italy in 2017. Fabien is part of Team Mizuno

This secondary school sports teacher, married with two children, is a mountain lover. Indeed, he is particularly fond of La Rosière where he comes to train regularly. Constantly seeking to surpass himself, Fabien has already climbed famous summits: Aconcagua, Mont Blanc, Mont Rose, Kilimanjaro, Borad Peak at 8047m…..

“Success is not found in the best of places, but in the maximum you can get out of yourself”

You may have the opportunity to meet him on the Trail de La Rosière.



Arthur is the second trail ambassador of La Rosière, he was born in 1994 in Grenoble (Isère)

Mountain sports have always been part of his life, he practices alpine skiing, ski touring, climbing and mountain biking. In 2013 he fell in love with trail running after having run his first race. He has now moved on to ultra distance and has already proven that he has the talent to compete with the best in the sport. He finished 3rd in the TDS in 2021, 9th in the MIUT in Madeira in 2019, 9th in the CCC Mont Blanc in 2018. Arthur is part of the Compressport International Team

He shares his life between his passion and his training to join the PGHM (Pelotons de Gendarmerie de Haute Montagne).

“I run in the mountains because I like the feeling it gives me. It’s the biggest sports ground you can find. I feel free and I can go wherever I want. There are no limits! “