- Green, blue and red trails rue du centre (between n°51 et n°81)
- Children’s races : rue du centre (between n°51 et n°81)
- Mont Chéry Challenge : departure of the Mont Chéry cable car
All participants acknowledge that they have read these rules, accept all their clauses. They commit not to anticipate the start and to cover the entire distance before crossing the finish line.
Each participant commits to comply with the safety measures in place before, during and after the race.
- Water reserve of minimum 0.5L minimum,
- Food reserves,
- Survival blanket,
- Windproof mountain jacket,
- Mobile phone with the number of the organization and of the emergency services (these numbers will be given at the time of the number collection). The participant must be reachable at all times (before, during and after the race),
- Visible bib on the chest:
- Waterproof jacket,
- Gloves and hat in case of cold weather.
Sticks are allowed on the entire course.
You undertake to possess the required equipment and to present it at any requisition of the organisation during the entire event (start, finish, on the course).
The health regulations are changing and we will organize the refreshment points according to the latest information. The refreshments will be liquids and solid. They can be distributed individually when collecting the numbers and/or available on the course according to the health regulations of the moment.
Refreshments will also be offered to participants in the finish area.
Personal refreshments by a support team are not allowed in the official refreshment areas.
Insurance and cancellation
Non-licensed runners are advised to take out individual accident insurance to cover any search and rescue costs in France. Such insurance can be taken out with any organizer of the competitor’s choice, and in particular with the French Athletics Federation.
Licence holders are covered by their own licence.
Cancellation by the organization
In the event of unfavourable weather conditions, for safety reasons and/or in case of force majeure, the organization reserves the right to modify the course, the time limits or to stop the race in progress.
If the race is cancelled due to force majeure or for reasons beyond the control of the organization, participants will be entitled to
- Either the postponement of their registration for the Trail des Gets 2024,
- Or a refund of their registration for the Trail des Gets 2023. Only the registration fee will not be refunded.
How to get to Les Gets ?
By car, by carpool, by train, by bus or by taxi… You will find below all the information you need to get to Les Gets and to move around the resort easily once you are there.
Located between Lake Geneva and Mont-Blanc, Les Gets is easily accessible thanks to the train/bus stations of Cluses and Thonon and the Geneva airport (55km).
By bus, train or carpool, it is really easy to come to Les Gets thanks to Tictactrip comparator services.
Where to sleep ?
Among the chalets, apartments, holiday flats, hotels and guestrooms, you’re sure to find the ideal accommodation according to your budget and desires.
Where to eat and go out ?
Foodies and gourmets will be pleased to know that, in the mountains, the art of living is also about those culinary pleasures. Find our selection of restaurants and bars in the resort and in the mountains.
Covid-19 Health Protocol
Sanitary measures will be put in place by the organisation and/or the health authorities, depending on the situation at the time of the event. They cannot be predetermined in advance but will be communicated to you in due course. Any violation of these rules will lead to exclusion from the ranking.
The organisation thanks you in advance for respecting the health protocol set up for the protection of all.
Here are the measures we have already put in place to limit interactions between riders, spectators and staff.
Before the race :
Collection of race numbers: wearing of a mask is compulsory, respect for the social distance of one metre in the queues, hydro-alcoholic gel is available
Start: mask must be worn in the start area (you can take it off after passing the start arch)
During the race :
Wearing a mask is compulsory for all staff (marshals on the course, volunteers at the refreshment posts, etc.)
After the race :
Finish: Mask mandatory after you cross the finish line
Other measures :
- No changing rooms or showers.
- Wearing a mask is compulsory from the age of 6 on the entire start/finish site.
For any information or questions about the event, please contact
Les Gets Tourisme
89 route du front de neige
74 260 Les Gets
Mail : trail @lesgets.com
Tel : 04 50 74 74 74