The Transju Trail in the Jura Mountains

The 15 km hike

650 m D+ climb
Date
Departure time
Place of departure

Le Balancier

Place of arrival

Les Rousses

Rates
until 01/06/2024, or on Saturdays at the trail show 15€
Shuttle option (to get to the start) 5€
5 km package (Saturday) + 1 race on Sunday -10% off total
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This hike, not timed and without classification, will allow you to appreciate the wonders and richness of the Haut-Jura. You will have the opportunity to take advantage of a marked out and secured course with typical Jura refreshments.

All along the route, you will have the opportunity to contemplate magnificent landscapes, with as a climax a passage by the Dôle, the second highest summit of the Jura. This summit offers a magnificent panoramic view of Lake Geneva and the Mont Blanc chain.

An experience not to be missed for nature lovers.

Free departure between 9h30 and 10h00.

Practical information
  • Distance : 15 km
  • Departure : Le Balancier between 9:30 and 10:00 am
  • Arrival : Les Rousses
  • Ascent: 650 m D+ (gradient)
The services offered

INCLUDES

  • A runner's gift: Transju'Trails technical t-shirt
  • Massage/osteo service on arrival
  • Showers and changing rooms
  • The checkroom bag and its transport from the starting stadium to the finish
  • Bib number (personal, guaranteed for all registrations made before April 10, 2024)
  • The timing chip and the timed classification
  • Medical assistance and safety
  • Refreshments along the route and at the finish line
  • Access to a bag-free room

OPTION

  • Shuttle service
  • Cancellation insurance
  • Bodily injury insurance
  • Products from our online store
The route
Course and Profile of the Transju Trail Hike 15 km
Course and profile Transju' Trails 15 km hike
The shuttles

Shuttle buses departing from Les Rousses (Office de Tourisme) will take you to each departure site (Morez - Prémanon - Le Balancier - Les Rousses) " timetable to come.

These schedules can be modified by more or less 15 minutes, so we recommend you to follow the information on the website the last week before the event.

Refreshments

Le Balancier (start): full provisioning

Les Rousses (finish): full refreshments and finisher's beer (excluding minors)

Recommended and mandatory equipment

MANDATORY EQUIPMENT

  • Water reserve containing a minimum of 500 ml,
  • 1 survival blanket,
  • 1 warm, waterproof garment to protect you from the cold and rain,
  • 1 charged cell phone,
  • 1 individual cup.

RECOMMENDED EQUIPMENT

  • 1 Whistle,
  • 1 quick-dressing and foot-care kit.

AUTHORIZED EQUIPMENT

  • Sticks.

PROHIBITED MATERIAL

  • 2-wheeled or motorized machines.
    This equipment is forbidden for all races.
The Transju' Challenge

The aim of the Challenge Transju' is to reward the best male and female participant in the 3 major races of our events: La Transju', La Transju'Trails and La Transju'Cyclo.

All those who have taken part in the 3 events of the current year (this year Trail and Cyclo) will benefit from a 10% discount on the Transju'Cyclo, regardless of the race distance chosen.

Cancellation of Transju' 2024
La Transju'

Cancellation of La Transju' 2024...

Due to the lack of snow on the Jura massif and the mild weather conditions forecast, it is with great regret that we have to take the difficult decision to cancel the 2024 edition of La Transju' scheduled for February 10 and 11.

Transju'Jeunes 2024 start
Transju'Jeunes

Transju'Jeunes 2024 results

Over 1,700 young skiers aged 7 to 19 took part in the Transju'Jeunes 2024 at the Tuffes Nordic stadium. 

Marie-Pierre Guilbaut on the Transjurassienne
La Transju'

Meet Marie-Pierre Guilbaud, an emblematic figure in cross-country skiing.

Today, she explains her role as event director for the Transjurassienne and shares her tips for a successful Transju'.