Saturday 18 August 2018

Jesenický maraton, Czechia - The route offers great views of the Petrovy kameny and of Mount Praděd (Photo: commons.wikimedia.org / Author: Martin Vavrik / Public Domain)

 

The Jesenický maraton (English: Jeseniky Marathon) takes runners through the Hrubý Jeseník mountain range in the Czech Republic.

Entrants can choose between two very challenging point-to-point multi-terrain races:

  • 42km maraton (marathon) with 1,780m of ascent.
  • 22km půlmaraton (half marathon) with 730m of ascent

The marathon begins at 10am at the Ramzová ski area (800m).

Half marathon runners start off at 11am at the Červenohorské sedlo ski area (1,013m), near the half-way mark of the marathon.

The highest point on the 42km marathon course is on Praděd (1,491m), the highest peak of the mountain range (pictured above).

Both routes end on the Skřítek saddle (877m):

 

Jesenický maraton, Czechia - The finish area is on the Skřítek saddle (Photo: commons.wikimedia.org / Author: Martin Vavřík / Public Domain)

 

Date (10. Jesenický maraton):

  • Saturday 18 August 2018

Event website (in Czech and English):

  • www.jesenickymaraton.cz

 

Map of the venue (blue - 42km start area; red - finish area):

 

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