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Sardon Trail

Speed and adventure in the perfect distance for a late summer evening!

24.08.24

18.00

15km

550 D+

Certificate not required

Awarded I°- II°- III° M/F

Max time 4h30′ hours

Refreshment point 8 km

15 until August 1st

23 from August 2nd

Pets on a leash allowed

GPS tracks for members

Flashlight or headlamp

Trail or hiking shoes

Sufficient food and drink 5 km

mobile phone turned on

suggested: insect repellent

poles are not recommended

24.08.24 at 3pm

Registration closing

24.08.24 4-5.45pm

24.08.24 at 18

Start Race

24.08.24 at 11pm

End of the race

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Route info

A route designed both for those who want to run and for those who want to do it walking, with a maximum time of 4 hours 30 minutes

A marathon of discovery that combines the most beautiful views of the Duinese Karst: from Punta Bratina to Mount Ermada, passing through the villages of Kohišče, the Rilke Path and the Wall of Raymond IX. A journey full of surprises and breathtaking landscapes

A nervous departure, through a maze of narrow paths, where one person passes at a time: these are the trenches of the First World War. The terrain is not difficult to tackle but it is like moving, well guided by the signs, in a real labyrinth to be discovered. You travel about 1.5 km in this maze, completely in the shade and cool.

An exciting journey, with new views even for those who are from the area. After the trenches, you cross the Foci del Timavo to go up along the slopes of Mount Ermada: an incredible view opens onto the Gulf of Trieste and the Castles of Miramare and Duino, flooded by the red of the wonderful summer sunsets, from here you continue towards the refreshment.

From here a return along the Rilke path, for many already in the dark hours, which overlooks the lights of Trieste, Monfalcone, Staranzano and Grado. Last effort along the Cernizza forest, historic hunting area of the Princes of Torre and Tasso, also known as the Deer Park or Bosco Nigriano. The route runs along the Tower Wall of Raymond IX, a two meter high barrier wall around his Deer Park, passing over the sea side today before returning to the Fisherman's Village and crossing the finish line.

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