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The imposing Rhine Gorge with enjoyable trails characterize the running experience. Two valleys, both shaped by the Rhine, the Vorderrhein and the Hinterrhein, form the backdrop of this Graubünden trail marathon. The Transruinaulta is a good and eventful introduction to the world of trail running.
The Transruinaulta measures 42 kilometres and leads from Ilanz to Thusis. From Ilanz, the first town on the Rhine, the trail runners start practically directly into a beautiful single trail, along the young Vorderrhein. Due to an exclusive starting position, the experience of nature is to be further promoted by individual and pair starts. After the first 11 kilometres in the middle of the Rhine Gorge, there are steep climbs up to Versam, through the Versamertobel to Scardanal and on to Rhäzüns. The marathon then turns off towards Heinzenberg, follows the Hinterrhein, up to the height of Präz. The view towards the destination Thusis and over the whole Domleschg compensates for the past hard climb. From the roof of the marathon it goes on single trails along the Heinzenberg slowly downhill, before shortly before the finish some short climbs are imminent.
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