The Stava Mountain Race (formerly: Stava Skyrace) is a mountain running event in the provincia autonoma di Trento (also known as Trentino) in Italy.
Participants need to be experienced and well-prepared trail runners.
The course is approximately 24.5 kilometres long.
It features more than 1,700 metres of ascent.
Starting and ending at an elevation of 1,070 metres in the village of Tesero in the Val di Fiemme (Fiemme Valley), the route is a highly-challenging loop through the Dolomites.
Parts of the race take place in a spectacular high-alpine environment. The highest point on the course is on Monte Agnello (2,357m).
The Stava Mountain Race was last held on 8 July 2018, with 96 men and 30 women completing the course.
In 2019, it will be replaced by the Latemar Mountain Race, a 25km race through the Latemar massif.
(Last update: 24 June 2019)
Map of the venue:
13. Stava Mountain Race:
- 8 July 2018 (Sunday)
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