Results

Practical information:

Prepare my weekend

How to come to the Transju'Trails?

BY CARPOOL :

BY CAR:

  • 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

BY TRAIN:

  • SNCF station of Morez (telephone information with Mobigo at 03 80 11 29 29)
  • Trainline

BY PLANE:

  • 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
Lodging for the Transju'Trails

Near the start and finish

TOURIST OFFICES :

VACATION CENTER / GITES :

  • Premonval Center
  • Gîtes de France du Jura

ALL TYPES OF ACCOMMODATION:

  • Montagnes du Jura
  • CDT du Jura
Parking at the Transju'Trails

MOREZ:

  • Carpool parking (Chemin de la gare)
  • Parking Place aux Lions
  • Parking Espace Lamartine

ROUSSES:

  • Central parking
  • Parking du Faubourg
  • Parking of the daycare center.

The weekend of the event

The program

Rendezvous on Saturday June 1 at 6pm at the Mairie de Morez - salle d'honneur (1st floor) for a briefing on the 25, 42, 62 and 82km routes by Antoine Gérard, event director.

Withdraw my number

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.

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.

Please note : The times shown are the departure times of the last last buses.

These times are subject to change by plus or minus 15 minutes, so we recommend that you follow the information on the website the week before the event and arrive 15 minutes before departure.

 

 

The weekend's activities

Saturday, June 1 - Morez :

From 1:00 pm:

- Trail show, tombola and refreshment stand

- Laser rifle shooting initiation by Morez Tourist Office

- Skierg competition at the Intersport stand in Les Rousses

3:00 p.m. - 5km prize-giving ceremony

5:30 p.m. - Transju'Trails des Marmots prize-giving ceremony

6:00 pm - Briefing for routes 25, 42, 62, 82km at Morez Town Hall by Antoine Gérard, event director

From 8:00 pm Transju'Bal by association Mont'O Rousses (Les Rousses)

 

Sunday, June 2 :

From 9am: Team Lynx - on the decks until 7pm (Le Balancier)

From 10:00 am: Trail Show, refreshments and catering: Capichef Burger and Skieurs Rousselands refreshments (Les Rousses)

From 11:00 : refreshments, laser rifle initiation (Le Balancier)

From 3:00 pm: Team Transju' Intersport presentation, prize-giving and raffle draw (Les Rousses)

From 5:00 p.m.: Concert by RIP CHEF for a musical aperitif to round off the weekend in style.

Challenge Transju'

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.
  • The fastest participant in the 3 major Transju' events will win the winners' bell (this year 82km Trail and 160km Cycling).
Where to see the runners?

The 82km Trail - download the timetable.

The 62km Trail - download the timetable.

The 42km Trail - download the timetable.

Trail 25km - download the timetable.

The 15km Trail - download the timetable.

Post race catering

Catering continues in the arriving village. 

The Transju' refreshment bar is open from 10am to 9.30pm.

Off-limits room available

Awarding of prizes

SATURDAY JUNE 1 :

  • 5km: 3pm
  • Les Marmots: 5:30 p.m.

SUNDAY, JUNE 2 :

  • 10 km / 15 km / 25 km / 42 km : 15h
  • 62 km : 16h30
  • 82km : 17h

The awards will go to : 

Saturday :

  • At 3pm the 5km: top 3 Men and Women scratch - top 3 Minime Men and Women
  • Les marmots on Saturday from 5:30 p.m.

Sunday:

From 3pm onwards, the prize-giving ceremonies begin:

  • 10 km: top 3 Men and Women scratch race - 1st Cadet Man and Woman
  • 15 km: top 3 Men and Women scratch - 1st Cadet Man and Woman
  • 25 km: top 3 Men and Women scratch - 1st Men and Women Espoir
  • 42 km: top 3 Men and Women scratch - 1st Senior Man and Woman

From 4:30 p.m.

  • 62 km: top 3 men and women overall

Starting at 5 p.m.

  • 82 km: top 3 men and women overall
You are crossing a sensitive area

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.

The Transju'Trails

Ludovic BOURGEOIS wins the 82km trail race

The 2800 competitors in the Transju'Trails started their race under misty, cool skies. From 5.30am to 11am, the starters took to the course between Les Rousses and Morez. The big winner of this 2024 edition was undoubtedly the 82 km runner, Ludovic Bourgeois.

The Transju'Trails

Top start Transju'Trails 2024

The 17th edition of La Transju'Trails was officially launched today in Morez (Jura) with the opening of the Trail Show, followed by the first events: the 5km and the Transju'Trails des Marmots.

Arrival of the Transju'Trails
The Transju'Trails

Podcast Transju'Trails x Agile Training

We are delighted to announce the release of 2 episodes of the Transju'Trails podcast, in collaboration with Nicolas VANDEL, Agile training.