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113 km

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Friday, August 19th
Race start 4 p.m.
Solo or in relay teams
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Round trip and loop

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29 hours

D+

5,470 m

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9 stations

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910 m

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100 runners

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1,067 m

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18+

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prerequisite

As off 2022 edition, all 113 km Tel-Loc solo participants must have completed a race of 100 km or more in the last 3 years (2019 to 2022).

Condition verified during registration by submitting the race results.

course

Departure and arrival are at the UTCC Village.

Runners start with an easy section of 3 km before climbing Mont-Olivine (670 m) who has an exceptional view on the Chic-Chocs. From there, you head towards La Serpentine, climb the Grande Cuve of Mont-Albert west to then head to the ravito La Paruline. You reach the top of Mont du Milieu (950 m), then that of Mont Ells (1000 m) to arrive at the ravito of Lac Cascapedia. The trail continues through the peaks of Mont Ernest-Ménard (850 m) and Pic-du-Brûlé (790 m) where in good weather you will have an incredible view of the St. Lawrence River. You will continue on the ridges to the ravito at the intersection of La Mésange refuge and Pic-de-l'Aube. The runners thus continue towards the summits of Mont du Blizzard (976 m) and Mont Arthur-Allen (980 m) to arrive halfway at the Lac Thibault refuge.

For the return, you backtrack to Lac Cascapédia, then to the Versant junction via La Paruline to take the direction of the summit of Mont-Albert (1088 m). You cross the plateau and end your course with a 6.5 km descent leading to the UTCC Village.

Runners will climb a total of 14 summits ranging from medium to very technical trails.

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refueling stations

OUTBOUND

La Serpentine

11.6 km

Solid and liquid

La Paruline

25.5 km

Solid and liquid

Lac Cascapédia

33.9 km

Solid and liquid

Pic-de-l'Aube

48.8 km

Solid and liquid

Lac Thibault

59.4 km

Solid and liquid

RETURN

Pic-de-l'Aube

70 km

Solid and liquid

Lac Cascapédia

84.8 km

Solid and liquid

La Paruline

93.2 km

Solid and liquid

Village UTCC

112.8 km

Solid and liquid

MANDATORY EQUIPMENT

  • Minimum 1.5 L of water

  • Water purification tablet or gourd with filter

  • Energy supplements

  • Waterproof jacket

  • Mid-layer

  • Pants

  • Cap or Buff®

  • Beanie

  • Gloves

  • Whistle 

  • Survival blanket (140 cm x 200 cm)

  • Headlamp with extra batteries

  • Retractable glass or tumbler - eco-cup type *

  • Spoon and/or fork *

  • Cellphone in a waterproof bag

  • Basic first aid kit

* There will be no single-us dishes available

recommended EQUIPMENT

  • Hiking pools or crampons

  • Spare shoes and socks

  • Warm coat for all weather conditions

  • 2nd headlamp

drop bag

2 drop bags allowed.

You will have access to your bags at the refueling station Lac Cascapédia.

You have to drop-off your bags at the Village UTCC during your check-in. Bags will be available for pick up on Sunday. 

relay teas

Teams of 2, 3 and 4 participants are allowed.

Runner changes will only take place at the following aid stations:

 

  • Lac Cascapédia : km-34

  • Lac Thibault : km-59

  • Lac Cascapédia : km-85

These aid stations are accessible by car. Teams are responsible for their own transportation to the transition point.

Only 1 bib will be given per team. This number will be used as a relay baton and will have to be transferred from one runner to the other during the transition.

It is essential that the switch is made at a checkpoint and that a member of the UTCC team is notified of the change of runner. 

pacers

" pacer "

Rules to be observed:

  • He must wear a pacer bib that will be given to him at registration and must wear it visibly at all times.

  • He can get to an aid station as well as the crew.

  • He can accompany the runner from Lac Cascapédia (km-85) for the last 27 km section.

  • The pacer is responsible for his own transportation to the starting point.

  • The pacer must stay with the runner at all times and may not arrive before the runner at a checkpoint to start resupplying, except in case of emergency.

  • In case of emergency, the pacer may go and get assistance.

  • In no circumstance may the pacer take the personal belongings of the runner.

  • He cannot physically assist the runner, except in case of emergency.

To register your pacer, please send an email to inscriptions@utchicchocs.com

crew

" crew "

Crews will be able to join their runners at 2 aid stations only:

  • Lac Cascapédia : km-34

  • Lac Thibault : km-59

  • Lac Cascapédia : km-85

Only 1 vehicle allowed per team, as space is very limited.

The masculine form used in this text is gender neutral and refers to both men and women.

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