Fagagna (Italy), Sunday 24 November 2013

Marcia per le colline di Fagagna (Copyright © 2013 Hendrik Böttger / Run International EU)


Over 2400 runners and walkers took part in last year's Per le colline di Fagagna, ("Through the hills of Fagagna"), a marvellous non-competitive fun running event in the north-east of Italy.

The start and finish are in the village of Fagagna in the Province of Udine.

The event offers four attractive, undulating routes (7km, 12km, 21km, 30km), mostly on trails and gravel roads, with some sections on well-marshalled asphalt roads.

Participants can start at any time between 8am and 9am, and they can decide on the course which distance they want to run (or walk). Finishing times are not recorded.

Along the route, there are plenty of friendly helpers and all-you-can-eat feed stations. The entry fees are very low — just 2.50 euros on the day!


Event Report 2012 (with 18 photos from the course)


Country: Italy

Venue (Map): Fagagna (Udine 15km, Trieste 85km, Venice 125km, Ljubljana 169km)

Date: 24 November 2013 (Sunday)

Routes: ca. 7km, 12km, 21km, 30km

Start time: 8.00-9.00 (21km and 30km); 8.00-9.30 (7km and 12km)

Start and finish: on the main square of Fagagna

Entries: on the day at the start

Entry fees: € 2.50

You get: feed stations on the course and at the finish

Prizes: to the largest groups

Number of participants 2012: ca. 2400 runners and hikers

Race details (in Italian): www.aquilefriulane.it


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