6.5 km 1110 D+
The first Vertical Kilometer in Sardinia could only reach the highest peak of the Supramonte, P.ta Corrasi 1463 m a.s.l.
From the town of Oliena to the top, where you will find the arrival arch!
6.5 km to run all in one breath.
From the Cima, the choice is yours whether to continue on the 17 km route to the town or go down to Scala 'e Pradu from where you will be recovered by the shuttle.
17 km 1130 D+ SOLO
The same ascent of the Vertical, which speaks volumes about the difficulties of the first section of the race.
From the top, continue along the ridge up to Scala 'e Marras on the always technical path.
From the saddle down through millenary woods to Monte Maccione and from there into the village.
17 km 1130 D+ STAFFETTA
First time in the Sardinian trail panorama also for this way of carrying out the race.
You can register as a couple made up of a climber and a downhill skier.
The skiers will be taken with a shuttle to Scala 'e Pradu and from there they will have to walk to the Cima del Corrasi,
point of exchange of the race bib with the climber (also coincides with the arrival of the VK Corrasi Vertical).
22 km 1500 D+
The 22k will follow in the footsteps of the major race reaching under the imposing walls of Husidore, a real peak with a dolomitic flavor, up to the town of Orgoi from which it will follow under the ridge up to climb the top of Monte Corrasi, from there the return of the race from 17 km through Scala 'e Marras
ULTRATRACK SUPRAMONTE MOUNTAINS
50 km 3900 D+
The municipality of Oliena also deserved an Ultra, for this first edition a 50 km that covers almost the entire perimeter of its karst territory.
It will cross all the most famous localities, from the stony ground to the slopes of the long ridge that connects the Corrasi to P.ta Sos Nidos, Cusidore and Monte Uddè passing through the saddle of Sovana, crossing the Valle di Lanaitto up to lapping Monte Tiscali, going up P .ta Duavidda to return to Scala 'e Marras and finally return to the town.
A journey through rugged and wild nature, archeology and pastoral culture ...