Ultra-Trail® du Bout du Monde, 50 km

Time limit: 10 hrs


Les Lacs (Rivière-au-Renard) – Portage
le Portage trail – Les Crêtes – Laurencelle
Laurencelle – loop MSA
Loop intersection MSA/Les Crêtes – staircase
Past staircase – Loop intersection
Loop intersection – Blanchette
Blanchette – Anse-St-Georges
Anse-St-Georges- AAS
AAS – Cap Gaspé trail
Bout du Monde Belvedere
Bout du Monde Belvedere return
Cap Gaspé road – AAS
AAS- Anse-St-Georges
Anse-Ste-Georges – Blanchette

Points refueling

Refueling points are present on the course at every 10 km, offering water and first aid.


15 and over



Limit of participants

200 participants


Courses for intermediate and advanced runners. It is a fast race in single track trails open. The organization of this route makes it ideal for both runners who are new to the Ultra-Trail® and for those with more experience. It crosses throughout the Forillon National Park following the last 50 km the northernmost of the International Appalachian Trail. It includes moderately technical trails for the first 15 km.

Between the sea and the mountains, the start of this race will take place in the parking lot of the Trail Lakes in Rivière-au-Renard. From there, the runners will follow the trail to the intersection of Portage Trail and continue on the path of the peaks, crossing Highway 132 to the park entrance. After a few kilometers into the mountains, the runners will arrive at the summit of Mount St. Alban, then to Cape Gaspé, the end of the world. The route then returns along the coast to Great Strike.

Mandatory Equipment

  • Minimum 1.5L of water supply (water bag Type camelback or similar, or double bottles belt)
  • Energy supplements (bars, gels)
  • Whistle
  • Jacket waterproof windproof
  • Cap or buff
  • Intermediate coat, hat and gloves
  • Blanket (140 cm X 200 cm)