The North Face Lavaredo Ultra Trail

24/06/2019 - Newsletter #4
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It’s on! Are you ready? Read this latest newsletter carefully for useful information on your race.
From now on check our website and social media regularly to get updates on all the latest news.
Remember that giving your race bib to another runner or switching from one race to another is NOT allowed.


The Vaia storm last October destroyed most of the race trails and then the snow that fell in April and May created problems. But thanks to the wonderful volunteers and the great work of local institutions, we can confirm that all the races will be run on the original paths. The high temperatures of the last few days have melted the snow with a consequent rise in water levels in streams. Therefore, keep in mind that there will be fords where runners will have to put their feet in water!

Grazie ai volontari


Thanks to Arpav weather conditions will be constantly updated.
Check out the dedicated section of the LUT official site >>
If the weather is hot, bring a lot of water in your backpack from the refreshment points; remember that the water from the streams, especially in Val Travenanzes, is drinkable and quite good!


LiveTrailYour friends and relatives can follow your progress in the race with the livetrail portal (, where you will be monitored at every check point. Remember to wear your race bib visibly so that running times can be taken accurately.
There will also be direct streaming.
In the next few hours you can find links and information on our website and social media channels.


Read the race regulations carefully especially the paragraph on obligatory equipment, which will be checked when you pick up your race bib, as well as the times and places for race bib collection for the different races.


UltraDolomitesAthletes registered in the UltraDolomites race must pick up their race bibs in the place indicated when they registered; you can check at this link >>
Only athletes that have booked the pre-race shuttle can take the shuttle to Auronzo for the start of the race.
Shuttles leave on Saturday morning at 4:15 from the Bus station in Cortina (see the dynamic map here >>).
Athletes can bring a bag (given with the race bib) on the shuttle which they can leave at the starting point of the race and pick up at the Ice Stadium after the race.
WARNING: only bags given by the organisers are accepted and can be left at the starting point in Auronzo from 5 to 5:45.


Top runners can take their places in the grid from the front once they show their race bib to the staff. Top runners have the following numbers:
Lavaredo Ultra Trail: from 1 to 50 (élite grid); from 51 to 99 (top grid)
UltraDolomites: from 3001 to 3050
Cortina Trail: from 4001 to 4099
There are no grids in the Cortina Skyrace.


La Sportiva is presenting innovations dedicated to not only runners to make the LUT week even more ultra: hiking, running with top runners, meeting with trail running legends, photo contests, videos to help better tackle the race.
Find out all La Sportiva events here >>

Gli eventi La Sportiva


Vibram MEGAGRIP with LITEBASE technology is back to Lavaredo Ultra Trail!
LITEBASE is the innovative technology developed by Vibram; it allows a significant reduction of the total weight of the sole, without affecting grip performance granted by the exceptional MEGAGRIP compound.
Vibram will give you the opportunity to customize your running shoes with this brand new technology.
You’ll find VIBRAM SOLE FACTOR MOBILE LAB truck, from 27 to 30 June 2019, in Via Alberto Bonacossa, 1, Cortina d'Ampezzo at the Olympic Ice Stadium (bib zone).
Like many Elite runners have already done, test the new soles and share your feedback with us!
Service is free of charge, but places are limited: book your resoling now >>

Vibram testerplace


Garmin is an American company that has been developing devices with integrated satellite technology since 1989. The company began in the world of nautical and aeronautical navigation and over the years has spread the use of GPS receivers to the fitness and outdoor market to analyse and monitor performance for the former and guarantee orientation, localisation and safety in the latter.
For the ultra trails, races that require products that have considerable autonomy, the FENIX 5 PLUS series is the ideal GPS sports watch.
Up to 40 hours of autonomy in Ultratrac modality, it has a three-axis compass, a gyroscope and a barometric altimeter. As well as reading GPS coordinates, it support the GLONASS or Galileo system for better localisation in inaccessible areas where only GPS coordinates don’t suffice.
It also has ClimbPro for slope management.
The special function dedicated to slopes supplies information in real time on the hills facing us during mountain training sessions. A graph with an altimetric profile and specific data dedicated to trail running, mountain biking or road cycling.

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