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12/01/2018 11:30 p.m.


As indicated previously, because of the elections on 4th of March, in agreement with the responsible authorities, we have to bring forward the event by 24 hours.
These are the new dates and times:

FRIDAY 2nd of MARCH 9 p.m.
13 km by night
10 km urban walking

SATURDAY 3rd of MARCH 8:30 a.m.
42 km
80 km

N.b.: the 42 km and 80 km races will begin on Saturday 3rd of March at 8:30 a.m. and not at 8 a.m.

Athletes who have already registered and who can not participate on the new dates must send an email to info@ecotrailflorence.com by 25th of January 2018 to receive a refund.

We would like to point out that this decision does not depend on us but on an expected event. Therefore, we ask for your understanding and collaboration.
For any other information, especially regarding times and where to pick up race bibs, please read the race rules here www.ecotrailflorence.com.

Thanks for your cooperation and see you soon!


DISTANCE AND D+ 42 km 1.000 m+
3rd March 2018
8:30 am
Piazzale Michelangelo
OBLIGATORY MATERIAL - camelbag with a capacity for at least a litre of liquid
- cup, glass or water bottle (there are no glasses at the refreshment points)
- windbreaker
- survival blanket
-bib number visible for the full duration of the race
BIB NUMBER COST from October 20th to November 15th, 2017: € 37,00
from November 16th to February 20th, 2018: € 42,00
from February 21st to March 2nd, 2018: € 47,00
BIB NUMBERS 400 (limited number)
2 2 ITRA points


For the fittest and enthusiasts of real Trails, the 42 km route is exceptional, half way between Urban and Cross-country Trail.

The starting point is in Piazzale Michelangelo at 8.30 a.m. on Saturday, with a beautiful route unwinding in San Miniato al Monte, Albereta Park, along the Arno bank to Girone and then up the steep climb to Settignano. A single track in the wood up to the splendid Castel di Poggio, up to Monte Fanna and then the heart of Fiesole with its views and hidden lanes.

A real trail up to the top of Monte Ceceri, where Leonardo da Vinci tested his flying machines, then downhill to the quarries of Maiano and back to Settignano. All of this with Florence at your feet.

It will seem a real pity to go back downhill after this dive into nature and a landscape as enchanting as a painting. But the route relentlessly descends to the heart of the city, going back to its urban part, with stretches through the Parco Pazzagli, close to Obihall, then along the Lungarno banks again and back to the finishing line in Piazzale Michelangelo.