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LIVE 2015

From Friday July 10 midnight, an event website will be added to this one. You'll find the official TVSB Twitter news, videos of the race and a livestreaming in Verbier from 5:30 pm on Saturday. And fans' publications from any social media #TVSB2015.

DISOVERY TRAIL: EVERY KID WILL HAVE HIS FINISHER T-SHIRT

This free race is open to any children between 4 and 14 (different starts). Subscriptions on Sunday from 9:00 a.m. in Verbier

THE RACE LIVE: SMS AND FACEBOOK

Have a look at the new page made to follow the runners. You'll find much interessting information. And for your friends to follow and encourage you on Facebook, download the app and subscribe!

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Don't know what time to start the X-Alpine?

If you plan to need less than 28h (or less than 1:40 for the first 7.5 mi with 1050 ft D+ and 3600 ft D-) you'd better leave at 4:00, otherwise you'll be stopped at the first aid stations, still closed. For this start you will have to be able to reach Champex in less than 7 h. 15 min. (15.5 mi and 7,700ft D+).

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Orny hut is now open

Ideally placed on the way, at 2,826 m above sea level, Orny hut is the perfect place for a stop during your outings preparing for the race. It just opened...

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2015 TVSB show

Friday numbers withdrawal will be held in Le Châble. The indoor hall will allow the exhibitors to present their products without fearing the rain. So we are waiting for several of them this year.

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Will you be X-Alpine in 2015?

It's time to wonder. Subscriptions are open from Monday 20th October.

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X-Alpine downhill

The difficulty level for the trail between the top of Catogne and Champex is labelled T3 on a scale ranging from T1 to T6. T3 requires to have some basic skills about mountain walking. However the trail is entirely marked and will be secured with some ropes along the most difficult parts. Sometimes you might have to use your hands for your balance. Some parts might present a falling risk, many rocks and roots are spread across the trail. You can also find some more information about the ranking of paths difficulties on the camp to camp website camptocamp.org

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Support an association

For the 2015 editions we suggest you to support the Sport Handicap and Pro-Senectute associations, partners of the 2015 TVSB.

Become member

Become a member of the Verbier Saint-Bernard Trailers Association and support our activities by coming to our Annual General Meeting and by giving us your recommendations about the evolution of the race.

Shop

You can buy the 1 :25'000 map of the Boucle Trail track, now permanently marked out, in the local tourist information offices. That way you can discover the track outside of the race, to practice or simply to discover the course with friends and family.