88.1 km │ St.Moritz – Davos │ +3981 m / -4272 m
The successor of the legendary K78 is now being launched as a trail in glamorous and world-famous St. Moritz. The journey on the Rhaetian Railway from Davos to St. Moritz on the most attractive railway line in Graubünden is part of the new adventure and will get you in the mood for the T88. The breathtaking running trail leads past various top scenic highlights. From Bergün via the Keschhütte and the Sertig Pass to Davos, it follows the tried and tested K78 route. However, the first part leads over Darlux instead of the Val Tuors.
The T88 can also be run as a team event:
Category Couple: two participants, one of whom must be a woman. Change-over is in Bergün.
Category Four: four participants of which at least one must be a woman. Change-overs are in Samedan, Bergün and Sertig Dörfli.
Saturday, 28 July 2017 to Sunday, 29 July 2018
Extrafahrt Davos – St. Moritz
Saturday, 28th July 2018
The special trains are included in the regio ticket.
Start and Finish
08.30 am in St.Moritz │ 10.00 am in Davos
Limit of participants
St. Moritz – Pontresina – Muottas Muragl – Samedan – Fuorcla Crap Alv – Bergün – Keschhütte – Sertigpass – Davos
Length of the route and altitude difference
88.1km │ +3981m / -4272 m
to Bergün (49 km)
Highlights along the route
Stazerwald, Chamanna Segantini, Muottas Muragl, Fuorcla Crap Alv, Palpuognasee, Naz, Albulabahn (Unesco Welterbe), Bergün, Alp Muotta, Keschhütte, Sertig Pass, Sertig Dörfli
Qualification points UTMB® 2019
Finisher of T88 receive 4 qualifying points for the UTMB® 2019. Runners to Bergün (48km) receive 3 qualifying points for the UTMB® 2019
Here you can find all other important information about the race.
Starting fee and services provided T88
|1. Phase |
(01.12.17 - 28.02.18):
|2. Phase |
(01.03.18 - 26.07.18):
Runners who live in the canton of The Grisons, receive a discount of CHF 10.00. (not for «Couple» and «Four»)
Included in the price are the following services:
- Swiss Runners Ticket (return ticket from all Swiss railway stations)
- Regio Ticket (unlimited movements in most parts of Graubünden from 21st to 29th July 2018)
- Extra drive Davos – St. Moritz at the start
- Food/Beverage stands for athletes along the route
- Transport for athletes’ baggage
- Tracking service
- First aid posts
- Start and ranking lists with split times (downloadable)
- Diploma (downloadable)
- Participation gift
- SMS Service
- Organisational contribution with Value Added Tax.