Itinerary

Detailed information on the event


ITINERARY - ALTITUD SKIMO4



The starting point, Sunday at 7:30 p.m., is at the Grau Roig Ski Station at 2,200m and the arrival at the Ski Station of Ordino Arcalís at 2,100m.

Maximum arrival time 10 hours.

The planned hours, VALL D'INCLES 10:30 AM, COMING REFUGE FROM JAN 12:30, REFUGI BORDA DE SORTENY 14h30.

All participants are obliged to follow the route marked by the organization without leaving it and passing through all the control points.

It is mandatory to respect everything that those responsible for control points say.

The route can be modified by the organization.

The organization can also stop a team or wait for it in different refuges until it is considered appropriate.

Both the start, the race or the arrival, the organization can ask to verify the required material.

Highlights of the tour

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KM9

Refuge of Siscaró (2.145m)

Refuge of Siscaró, altitude 2,145m, unsaved shelter located near Siscaró ponds. It belongs to the parish of Canillo.

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KM20

Refuge of Cóms de Jan (2.215m)

Refuge of Cóms de Jan, altitude 2,215 m, sheltered shelter located in Coma de Ransol between the bony of the shovel of Jan and the Portella de la Coma de Varillas. It belongs to the parish of Canillo.

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KM28

Refuge Borda de Sorteny (1.985m)

Refuge Borda de Sorteny, altitude 1.985m, sheltered refuge, located above Pleta de sorteny. It belongs to the parish of Ordino.

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KM30

Refuge of Rialb (1.990m)

Refuge of Rialb, 1.990m altitude, sheltered shelter, located between La Rabassa and Rialb. It belongs to the parish of Ordino.

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Clean CO2

Andorra SKIMO 2018 calculates and offset its carbon footprint

Andorra SKIMO 2018 one event organized by VSL Sports, which is committed to the fight against climate change. The organization has offset the emissions that have been generated during the event.
The organization has closed a collaboration agreement with the hydraulic energy project called Darica, located in Turkey. A project certified by Verified Carbon Standard that aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, reduce water pollution, boost the local economy, increase jobs and help the social and economic development of the area.

Finally, the organization has obtained the Clean CO2 certificate that certifies its neutrality.