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Compete at JATR Challenges when YOU want!

Register on a legendary Julian Alps Trail Run Challenge.

You can compete in race mode or just do it in non-competitive mode, and just enjoy in nature while doing your personal challenge.

Every month a leader board will be created among all that will compete in race mode. Also a general board will present all-time runners that ever won the monthly challenge of JATR.

Fill out the application below today, and after completing the challenge, contact us at info@alpeadria-trailcup.com.

Register

Entry Fee

Entry Fee – 10 eur

Includes:

Digital BIB

Gpx of the track

Finisher Medal (get it at TIC)

Group Entry Fee – 25 eur

Includes:

Entry Fee for

UTVV Challenge

JATR Challenge

SOF Challenge

 

Distances

Funny Trail Continental - 10km

Distance: 10km
Elevation: 280m +/-
Average time: 2h

Speed Trail Adidas Terrex - 15km

Distance: 15km
Elevation: 510m +/-
Average time: 3h

Sky Race - 30km

Distance: 30km
Elevation: 1520m +/-
Average time: 6h

Sky Trail Dukat Fit - 65km

Distance: 65km
Elevation: +3420 m / -3090 m
Average time: 14h

Ultra Sky Trail - 100km

Distance: 100km
Elevation: +5090 m / -4770m 
Average time: 20h

Ultra Trail JA - 240km

Distance: 240km
Elevation: 10250m +/-
Average time: 50h

Rules and Regulations

Group Registration

Team members can run different distances – there is no need to enter a distance when registering.
The minimum number of competitors is 5.

The price per competitor is 8 euros.

When registering, select the group application and enter all competitors from the group at once, or the first 5 together, each subsequent competitor can join the group later.

Also, make a payment for the entire group together.

 

 

General Rules

Each participant agrees to the general rules of the AATC [Privacy Policy]

He agrees that in the future he will be informed about the events in the AATC Cup and the UTVV, SOF and JAT Cup races, and will receive interesting information about the routes and special offers.

A list of challenge participants will be published each month.

Each participant receives a medal

Rules of participation:

– register on our website

– comply with the applicable safety regulations of Covid-19

– during the training, you can take photos and post on your social network

– add @alpeadriatrailcup, @utvv_slovenia, @socaoutdoor, @julianalpstrailrun to your post

– after completing the training, you will receive a commemorative medal with the certificate you receive upon registration

– if you want to participate in the competition mode, fill in your running time data on the link you receive in the confirmation e-mail

How to participate - (step by step guide)

 

1. Choose one of 6 race distances of Julian Alps Trail Run

2. Pay for your selected distance and entry fee – you will receive a unique BIB number, which will be on the score leaderboard

3. Download the GPX track and download it to your watch or smartphone

4. Complete the distance you selected

5. During the challenge, take a picture, record a video and tag us on social networks; @alpeadriatrailcup, @julianalpstrailrun, @kranjskagora

6. Use hashtag: #aatc

7. Go to TIC (Tourist Information Centre Kranjska Gora) to take your goodie bag

8. After completing the track, send your GPX to info@alpeadria-trailcup.com – we will add your score to general scoreboard

9. For any additional question, we are available at info@alpeadria-trailcup.com or our social media

TIC Kranjska Gora location (Tourist Information Centre Kranjska Gora)

Funny Trail Continental

Distance: 10km

Elevation: 280m +/-

Average time: 2h

Trail Info

Easy, but not even a bit less attractive trail is perfect for runners, who are still getting to know trail running. The route, during which you stay on the edge of Triglav National Park, is mostly a wide cart track, but it still gives you the feel of real mountain routes and the view of magnificent mountain Špik in the background.

10 kilometers with start in the center of Kranjska Gora and take you to river Pišnica. You pass the stunning lake Jasna next, where you simply have to hit pause and take a beautiful running selfie. From there you slowly continue towards the route’s highest point. You go through Tofov graben and continue towards Gozd Martuljek. The last segment might be flat, but offers amazing views of the mountains, including the magnificent Špik. The route’s terrain might be easy, but it’s still a beautiful combination of road running, cart tracks and single trails.

Speed Trail Adidas Terrex

Distance: 16,4km

Elevation: 400m +/-

Average time: 3h

Trail Info

The first part of the trail takes you on the same route as the 10 km, but then extends to give you some more fun beneath the stunning peaks of Julian Alps. The route is easy, with some short technical sections, that will make you appreciate those mountain views even more.

The first part of the trail takes you on the same route as the 10 km race. You’ll start in the heart of Kranjska Gora, go to the river Pišnica and then pass the stunning lake Jasna. The route also goes through Tofov graben, but just when the shortest route starts making its way back to Kranjska Gora, you turn right to Gozd Martuljek, where you cross the main road right under the bridge and climb Srednji vrh, while passing the lower Jerman waterfall. That’s where you get a stunning view of the Julian Alps, which will follow you right back to the finish line.

Sky Race

Distance: 30km

Elevation: 1520m +/-

Average time: 6h

Trail Info

 

A true SkyRace, taking you deep into the mountains. It begins in the picturesque Kranjska Gora and then takes you straight to steep uphills, where you’ll even have to use your arms to be able to climb. All efforts will be repaid once you get to the top, where beautiful views and a daredevil downhill await. The route is a perfect mixture of fast, wide parts and some very technical sections on mountain paths.

Your race starts right in the heart of Kranjska Gora. From there you make your way to the river Pišnica and stunning lake Jasna. A beautiful trail then leads you through Tofov graben towards Gozd Martuljek, where you cross the main road right under the bridge and climb Srednji vrh, while passing the lower Jerman waterfall. That’s where you get a stunning view Kranjska Gora and Julian Alps. When the 15 km route starts making its way towards the finish line is where your hardest climb awaits – a 10 km climb towards Trupejevo poldne, which will take up a lot of your energy, but reward you with views, which are hard to describe. The route then takes you across the Karavanke ridge, right on the border between Austria and Slovenia, towards Blekova planina, where a daredevil downhill is waiting to take you to the finish line in Kranjska Gora.

There will be many stunning views of not only Julian Alps, but also Austrian mountains and valleys.

 

Sky Trail Dukat Fit

Distance: 65km

Elevation: 3420m +/-

Average time: 15h

Trail Info

Ultra Sky Trail will take place on a completely new route. You’ll start in the village Žirovnica, cultural capital os Slovenia and then the route will take you across peaks, offering stunning views and to the finish line in Kranjska Gora.

You’ll begin your race from the village Žirovnica, cultural capital of Slovenia. Few meters higher, you can see lake Bled, with an island in the midle. Then your route takes you to the highest point of your race – Stol, and can already be seen from Završnica valley. With its 2236 meters, Stol is the highest peak in your way. Don’t forget to take some pictures from the highest point of your race, because it’ll offer breathtaking views of Julian Alps.

Your next stop from Stol is going across the ridge, right to Golica and Dovška baba. From there you have a great downhill in store, taking you straigt to Mojstrana. A flat section follows next, but you still have some climbing to do – you’ll pass the Jerman waterfall, climb Srednji vrh and then return to Kranjska Gora.

There will be many stunning views of not only Julian Alps, but also Austrian mountains and valleys.

Ultra Sky Trail

Distance: 100km

Elevation: 5090m +/-

Average time: 20h

Trail Info

This route will be presented for the first time in 2020 and will reveal even more stunning landscape around Julian Alps. The route will take you from Radovljica Jelovica (Talež, Babji zob) and to the worldwide known gem Lake Bled.

You’ll continue your race from the village Žirovnica, cultural capital of Slovenia. After a few meters of ascent, you can see Lake Bled again, alongside with its stunning island in the middle. Then your route takes you to the highest point of your race – Stol, which can already be seen from Završnica valley. With its 2236 meters, Stol is the highest peak in your way. Don’t forget to take some pictures from the highest point of your race, because it’ll offer breath-taking views of Julian Alps.

Your next stop from Stol is going across the ridge, right to Golica and Dovška baba. From there you have a great downhill in store, taking you straight to Mojstrana. A flat section follows next, but you still have some climbing to do – you’ll pass the Jerman waterfall next.

That’s where you get a stunning view Kranjska Gora and Julian Alps. When the 15 km route starts making its way towards the finish line is where you have to tackle another ascent – a 10 km climb towards Trupejevo poldne, which will take up a lot of your energy, but reward you with views, which are hard to describe. The route then takes you across the Karavanke ridge, right on the border between Austria and Slovenia, towards Blekova planina, where a daredevil downhill is waiting to take you to the finish line in Kranjska Gora.

There will be many stunning views of not only Julian Alps, but also Austrian mountains and valleys.

 

Ultra Trail JA

Distance: 240km

Elevation: 10 250 m +/-

Average time: 50h

Trail Info

Queen stage, taking you around Julian Alps, is a true challenge for all ultra-trail lovers. You have a few options about the start place, the only important thing is that you complete the loop. We prepared the route description from Kranjska Gora.

You start and finish in Kranjska Gora. Your route starts towards Vršič and across the pass to stunning valley Trenta. Then you continue along the mesmerising river Soča towards Bovec and you keep following the Alpe Adria route, taking you around Soča Valley towards Kobarid and Tolmin. A more challenging part waits for you there, because the route takes you above Podbrdo, below Črna prst and towards Soriška planina.

You might feel you’ve been running for quite some time at this point, but you’re only halfway there. You then continue towards Ratitovec, to Jelovica and towards Babji zob. That’s where you join the 100 km route and continue towards the worldwide touristic gem Bled.

From there the route takes you towards Žirovnica, right under stunning Karavanke peaks. This is where your climb towards the highest peak Stol begins. Don’t forget to take some pictures from the highest point of your race, because it’ll offer breath-taking views of Julian Alps.

Your next stop from Stol is going across the ridge, right to Golica and Dovška baba. From there you have a great downhill in store, taking you straight to Mojstrana. A flat section follows next, but you still have some climbing to do.

You’ll start climbing in Gozd Martuljek and go towards Srednji vrh, which is only a downhill away from your finish in Kranjska Gora.