«Is there a lost property office during the event?»
On the day of the event we have a lost property office at the information stand in the finish area in Davos, where you can hand in or reclaim items. Lost items cannot be stored or forwarded.
«Liability and Insurance»
The organisers accept no liability at all towards participants for any accidents, damage to health or any other kind of damage. No liability is accepted in particular for baggage transported by the organisers. The organisers further accept no liability towards spectators or third parties for damage of any kind.
All participants must be insured against illness and accident. The insurance must also include cover for rescue and recovery costs.
«How are categories handled?»
At the Swissalpine Irontrail every race has age-group categories. The rankings within an age group are visible on the ranking list however are not specially honoured.
The prizes and the award ceremony reflect the overall placement in each race.
«When will the ranking list be available?»
The ranking lists will be available for free public downloading on our website four hours after the closure of the finishing line.
«What prizes will be offered for participants and winners at the Swissalpine Irontrail?»
Participants of all races receive a medal as well as an event present upon completion of the course (excluded KIDS).
The first three men and women in the overall category will be named and called up during the award ceremony and be presented with natural prizes. These will only be given to prize winners who are actually present, and will not be forwarded. First-place winners of the various other categories cannot be called up due to time limitations.
«How do I protest?»
Objections are only accepted in written form and at a cost of CHF 50.- each up to 30 minutes after arriving at the finishing line and must be given to the finishing-area supervisor for the competition jury.
«What is new about the T88 in comparison with the K78?»
Compared to the first part of the K78 Davos – Bergün, the new section from St. Moritz – Bergün is technically more demanding. From Pontresina until 2km before Samedan, over Fuorcla Crap Alv to Bergün as well as from Darlux (5km to Bergün) to Alp digl Chant there are alpine single trails/mountain trails similar to the section between the Kesch hut and the valley Sertig. Nevertheless, there are no rocky, exposed parts.
Due to the additional distance (10.6km), more height difference (1180m) as well as the larger share of single trails, the following durations can be expected in good weather condition.
7:30h – 8:00h
12:00h – 13:00h
15:30h – 17:00h
The maximum time of 25.5 hours is allowed in order for the T88 to be completed in hiking speed.
If possible we recommend you to visit the above mentioned sections after the snow has melted. At this point we would line to refer to the scheduled route inspection on 23rd July 2018 from Spinas (6.5 km to Samedan) Fourcla Crap Alv - Bergün.