Bagnoli della Rosandra (Italy), Saturday 18 June 2011

Val Rosandra, near Trieste, Italy (Copyright © 2011


This trail running event in the north-east of Italy is staged in the Val Rosandra, a spectacular gorge on the edge of the Adriatic port city of Trieste.

The route is a 13-kilometre up-and-down loop, which includes 600 metres of climbing. Start and finish are in the village of Bagnoli della Rosandra at the foot of the gorge.

Competitors run on trails through the gorge and across a beautiful karst plateau of wood- and grassland. The highest point on the course is on top of Monte Carso (457m), a wooded hill on the border with Slovenia. Parts of the course run through Slovenia.

In 2010, the Jamarun winners were Alessandro Maraspin (58:00) and Daniela da Forno (1:10:18).


Race report and photos: 2013, 2012, 2011


Trail Jamarun 2011, on the Karst Plateau (Copyright © 2009-2011


Country: Italy

Venue (Map): Bagnoli della Rosandra (Trieste 13km, Udine 87km, Ljubljana 97km)

Date: 18 June 2011 (Saturday)

Race distance: ca. 13km (+600m/-600m)

Start time: 16.00

Start and finish: Antro di Bagnoli (Bagnoli Cave, not open to the public)

Entries: by fax or e-mail (up to 17 June 2011); payment by bank transfer; late entries on the day (14.00-15.00); entry limit: 200 participants

Entry fees: 15 euros (until 17 June 2011), 20 euros (late entries on the day)

Race centre: at the start (from 14.00)

You get: timing chip rental, a towel, goody bag, pasta party after the race

Prizes: first 10 men and five women

Award ceremony: 18.45

Number of finishers 2010: 111

Event website (in Italian):


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