Race website http://laventreaterre.weebly.com/
Distance 13.5km 6km
Elevation 1100m 400m
In the pretty village of Bellevaux, south of Lake Geneva, the ‘Belly to Earth’ race starts at the foot of the La Chèvrerie ski slopes at 1120m. The course takes you to the source of the Brevon River and then climbs to Lake Petetoz at 1435m. You’ll pass the Petetoz pasture with beautiful cottages hidden in the forest, then a traverse gullies to reach the Vesinaz pass at 1802m. The last assault is a steep climb, not used by hikers, directly to the Chalune summit at 2116m. Now here, all that remains is to go down again! The first part is a technical descent to the Foron Pass, then a gentle and more green path through the Petit Souvroz valley. A few kilometers in the forest bring you to the finish of this course.
The shorter race is called the Casse Pieds, meaning ‘Footfall’.
NB: We have estimated the 2022 dates based on last year’s dates. We have contacted the race organisers but not heard back yet. We’ll update as soon as we have more info. Run The Alps makes every effort to keep this page up to date.