Prepare my weekend
- From Paris: 470 km including 415 km of freeway via A6, A36 and A39: exit at Poligny then RN5 to Morez
- From Lyon : 170 km including 100 km of highway by A40 and A 404: exit at Oyonnax. Then D436 to Saint-Claude and D437 to Morez (D69 for Longchaumois to Saint-Claude)
- From Geneva : 55 km by D1005 to Gex then RN 5 to Morez
- SNCF station of Morez (telephone information with Mobigo at 03 80 11 29 29)
- Geneva International Airport at 55 km
- Dole-Tavaux airport at 90 km
- Dijon-Bourgogne airport at 135 km
- Lyon Saint-Exupéry airport at 150 km
OTHER MEANS OF TRANSPORTATION ON SITE :
- Mobigo, bus network of the Bourgogne Franche-Comté region: https://www.viamobigo.fr/
- Grandval Taxis : Tel : 03 84 60 89 45
- FLix Bus : Low cost bus to Paris from Dole or Lons le Saunier
- Blablacar : Carpooling
Near the start and finish
TOURIST OFFICES :
- Les Rousses Reservation (Les Rousses, Lamoura, Prémanon, Bois d'Amont)
- Haut Jura - Morez (Morez, Morbier, Bellefontaine
VACATION CENTER / GITES :
- Premonval Center
- Gîtes de France du Jura
ALL TYPES OF ACCOMMODATION:
- Montagnes du Jura
- CDT du Jura
- Carpool parking (Chemin de la gare)
- Parking Place aux Lions
- Parking Espace Lamartine
- Central parking
- Parking du Faubourg
- Parking of the daycare center.
The weekend of the event
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Numbers can be collected at the trail show, Place Jean Jaurès, MOREZ, on Saturday June 1 from 1pm to 7pm.
You can also pick up your race numbers on Sunday June 2 at the start of your race .
We advise you to come well in advance for the collection of the numbers in order to be sure to take the start.
You must bring the following documents with you:
- Your official, valid identification document
- Proof of registration
- Your license or medical certificate if not validated beforehand
The number will be accompanied by a timing chip. Participants must take care not to damage it. To do so, the number must be fixed without being folded on the chest or the belly and remain visible throughout the race. In case of damage to the number or the chip, preventing its detection, the participant will not be able to make a claim. The organizer will not be held responsible.
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Shuttle buses from Les Rousses (OT) will be set up to the different departures (Morez - Prémanon - Le Balancier - Les Rousses.)
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.
MANDATORY EQUIPMENT :
- Water reserve containing at least 500 ml
- 1 individual cup
- 1 Whistle
- 1 kit for quick dressing and foot care
- 1 survival blanket
- 1 warm and waterproof garment to protect against the cold and rain
- 1 cell phone
AUTHORIZED EQUIPMENT :
- 2-wheeled or motorized equipment: This equipment is prohibited for all races.
Depending on the conditions, the Jury may add additional equipment, require the wearing of all or part of the equipment and forbid access to the event to participants who do not comply. In case of non-use of mandatory and recommended equipment, the organizer cannot be held responsible for any incidents and their consequences.
- Chemin de Félie, exit from la Doye - Prémanon
- Chemin des Arcets, Les Rivières - Prémanon
- Bec du Peroseys path - Prémanon rise
- Village center - Prémanon
- The Darbella, departure from the Nordic site + tunnel - Prémanon
- Route du Massacre, La Darbella alpine ski slope - Prémanon
- Parking of La Dôle and Le Balancier - Les Rousses
- Link La Dôle - le Balancier - Les Rousses
- Route des Tremplins / Les Tuffes - Prémanon
- Chemin du bief de la Chaille - Les Rousses
- Fort des Rousses - Les Rousses
- Meals are served at l'Omnibus, in Les Rousses, in a self-service format in a covered, heated area from 12:00 to 18:00.
All prize-giving ceremonies will take place from 2:00 pm onwards , at the finish site in Les Rousses.
La Transju' is organized with respect for the protection of the environment. The course crosses emblematic environmental areas of the Jura Mountains, where you can see the specific fauna and flora of our high altitude forests. They are part of our beautiful summer and winter landscapes, making the beauty of our ski race and our region. Please stay on the trail, respect the markings and the quiet zones during the race in order to preserve this exceptional playground. Any attitude contrary to this principle will lead to sanctions against the runner: throwing of garbage outside the refreshment areas, traffic outside the track, voluntary degradation of the flora...
Consult the environmental challenges of La Transju by clicking here.
In two months' time, the 2024 edition of the Marathon Ski Tour will get underway.
Skiers, traileurs, runners and walkers can now enjoy the historic Trans'ju route between Lamoura and Mouthe all year round.