Udine (Italy), Easter Monday 21 April 2014
The Cormorana invites runners and ramblers to spend the morning of Easter Monday out and about on the trails around Udine, a beautiful city in the north-east of Italy.
Participants can choose between three undulating routes (7km, 13km, and 21km).
There's no need to prepare specifically for the event. The Cormorana is a fun run for all ages and abilities. There's no timekeeping, and no results lists.
Participants can start off at any time between 8am and 10am, and they can still decide on the course which route they want to take.
All routes begin and end in Parco del Cormor, a public park on the north-western edge of Udine, approximately five kilometres from the city centre.
Participants run (or walk) northwards along the River Cormor and surrounding countryside, mostly on trails and gravel roads, with some sections on asphalt.
More photos: Cormorana 2013 — 20 Photos from the course
Venue (Map): Parco del Cormor, Udine (Trieste 81km, Venezia 117km, Ljubljana 147km)
Date: 21 April 2014 (Easter Monday; public holiday in Italy)
Routes: 7km; 13km; 21km
Start time: 8.00-9.00 (21km); 8.00-10.00 (7km, 13km)
Start and finish: at the cafe in Parco del Cormor Rizzi (near the ‘Stadio Friuli’ football stadium)
Entries: on the day at the start
Entry fees: € 3
You get: snacks and drinks on the course and at the finish
Timekeeping: No. This is a non-competitive event.
Prizes: to the largest groups
Number of participants 2013: approximately 1000
Event details (in Italian): www.fiaspudine.it/manifestazioni
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