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100 Miles of Istria - ultratrail


11 April 2014 - 13 April 2014

Basic information

Basic information

Alba Sports and Recreational Club and Trickeri Sports Association are delighted to invite you to the second edition of the ultra trail race "100 miles of Istria". It is the qualification race for the unofficial world trail championship The North Face Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc. All the finishers in the longest category receive four, those in the medium category three, and those in the shortest category one qualification point for The North Face Ultra Trail du Mont Blanc. The longest race, which starts in Labin and ends in Umag, is 166,6 kilometres long with 6721 m of ascent and 7016 m of descent. The race starts in Labin, passes through Vojak, all the way to Buzet, then turning to the interior to pass through inland gems such as Hum, Draguć, Zamask and Motovun. It then returns to its original path through Oprtalj, and on its way to Umag passes through the beautiful Završje, Grožnjan and Buje. The second, shorter race, starting in Lovran, passes through Vojak and Buzet to join the 100 mile race trail in Oprtalj all the way to Umag. The length of the trail is 105 kilometres and has an overall ascent of 4300 m. The third race is 65 kilometres long and follows the medium trail all the way from Buzet to Umag. The finish of all the races and the centre of events will be in Umag where the 1 mile children race will be held.  
Additional information

Additional information

Venue Labin, Lovran, Buzet, Umag  


Telephone +385 (0)98 9831 255  
County tourist board:



  • Pionirska 1a
  • 52440 Poreč


  • County Tourist Board Manager Denis Ivošević
  • County Tourist Board President Valter Flego


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