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Day: March 17th

Start hour: 9 a.m.

Place:Plaça de Sa Vinya (Es Capdellà)

The GALATZÓ LEGEND is a mountain marathon race (43 km or 26,7 miles) that starts at Sa Vinya square (Es Capdellà), runs through the country estate of Galatzó and finishes at the same place.  During the race the participants will ascend two of the most important peaks of the Serra de Tramuntana, Esclop (927m) and Galatzó (1027m).

The event takes places almost entirely within the country estate of Galatzó and along two well-known routes of the estate. 

S’Esclop Route – Ses Planes Route

Ascent: 2200 m (positive elevation gain) approx.

Descent: 2150 (negative elevation gain) approx.

Accumulated: 4350 m (approx.)

 

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CUT OFF TIMES

The maximum time to complete the Galatzó trail is 8 hours 30 minutes.

Cut-off times have been established as follows:

Cut off time 1: 13.20 h. Coma d’en Vidal before the climb up the mountain (S’Esclop).

Cut off time 2: 14.05 h. Junction of Sa Coma d’en Vidal after descending.

Cut off time 3: Junction of Ses Planes before the climb up.

These time limits are calculated so that runners are able to complete the race within the maximum time set. Runners who exceed these limits won’t be allowed to continue the race.

 

Aid stations (GALATZÓ LEGEND)

We have 6 aids stations on the following points of the track:

  • Aid station 1: km 10
  • Aid station 2: km 22
  • Aid station 3: km 31
  • Aid station 4: km 34,5
  • Aid station 5: km 39
  • Aid station 6: finish line
  • Food and drinks will be available for participants at these stops.

Important:Cups won’t be available at the aid stops. A cup, flask or camelback are obligatory kit for the Galatzó Legend and the Galatzó half.

Galatzó trail is organised by the Fundación Calvià 2004 and the Ajuntament de Calvià and , with the support of the Federació Balear de Muntanya i Escalada

 

LEVEL OF DIFFICULTY

ELEVATION GAIN

LENGTH

SKILL LEVEL

WINNERS BY EDITION

award image2018 – GALATZÓ LEGEND – Casey Morgan

award image2018 – GALATZÓ HALF – Damià Ramis