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Wild 10

A dedicated race open to everyone to have fun and experience the trail running adventure!


10 KM

Elevation Gain

500 M+

Start Date

Saturday 14th September 2024

Race Start

Aminona - 09:00

Max Allowed Race Time

04 Hours

An easy and accessible course through varied trails

Departure from the hamlet of Aminona located near Crans-Montana. After a short climb on a tarmac road to stretch the peloton, you'll climb up an easy path to the hamlet of Colombire, famous for its mountain pasture museum. Refreshment point. From here, you'll head for the bucolic Tsittoret bisse, built in the 15th century. You'll follow the bisse along an easy, undulating path followed by a rather playful descent. Then, you will arrive at the gates of Crans-Montana via Marolires and Vermala. Take a look to your right at the iconic finish line of the alpine skiing World Cup downhill. You're almost there, just 2 km more on a rolling and descending profile to reach Crans-Montana, with one last short climb to Arnouva. For the final stretch, you will go around Lake Grenon and pass by Ycoor pond. Then, the finish line in the heart of Crans-Montana. Guaranteed atmosphere.

A beautiful course to have fun!

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Around the race

Plan your stay and check out all the tourist activities and experiences around the Wildstrubel massif.

A "best of the Alps" destination

Wildstrubel by UTMB® will take you on a magnificent journey through the northern Alps of Switzerland, connecting the Swiss cantons of Valais and Bern around the Wildstrubel massif.

Things to do

Extand your stay before or after the race to explore the area around the Wildstrubel massif with family or friends.

Book your accommodation

Check out the wide range of accommodation on offer in Crans-Montana, Leukerbad and in the Adelboden-Kandersteg-Lenk area.

How to get there

A tourist resort located in the canton of Valais, Crans-Montana is at the heart of the Wildstrubel by UTMB®. Easily accessible by different means of transport, we recommend that you make maximum use of public transport.