Here’s what you need to do:
*IMPORTANT: When creating their own profiles, your teammates must use the same email address as the one to which you sent the invitation. Your team must be complete by November 22.
Prepare well for your 24h:
All teams must collect the equivalent of $300 in donations per participant. We use the team’s total to determine if the minimum requirement per participant has been met. A team that falls short of the required total will not be given its bibs, chip or kits.
During the 24h weekend, cash and cheque donations must be turned over to the Participant Services Office, located at Quartier Tremblant – Base Camp, 2nd floor.
The 24h Walk & Run takes place on a fully marked and partially lighted course (a 5-km loop). Each participant’s turn on the course, and the distance covered, are tallied from the end of the first completed lap. A complete turn must take the participant back through the Transition Zone. Timing carpets to record turns are positioned at the Transition Zone and also mark the loop’s finish line.
Important: Participants are required to wear a headlamp from 5 p.m. on Saturday until 7 a.m. on Sunday morning. We also strongly recommend wearing winter spikes on your shoes on the course. Course map
The skiing portion of the event will take place on the Beauvallon Haut and Beauvallon Bas* runs for the full 24 hours. Participants will use the Express Gondola to the top. The Beauvallon run will be completely lighted as of 4:00 p.m. on Saturday. Map
*Runs are subject to change without notice, depending on snow conditions.
Proper nourishment is crucial in this event! Teams are responsible for bringing their own food for the weekend. A free breakfast is served to participants on Saturday morning. For other meals throughout the weekend, we suggest hearty, hot foods you can prepare quickly in your lodging. And other options abound: Tremblant has a wonderful variety of restaurants, cafes and bars. See details here.
IN FRONT OF THE SOMMET DES NEIGES
IN THE MARRIOTT’S ROUNDABOUT