COVID-19

Travel restrictions and recommendations
Check the applicable travel restrictions before booking and traveling to the destination country. To help you, we provide the following link from the Government of Spain. Keep in mind that the indications change constantly, so we recommend that you consult these pages frequently and trust the updated information shared by the Government of your country.

Registration conditions
Before registering, we recommend that you consider the risk associated with the coronavirus (COVID-19) and the measures that governments have taken. In these uncertain times, we recommend that you reserve the cancellation option for health alert.

Cancellation of registration due to health alert
By hiring the race return insurance, you will be entitled to a refund of the registration fee without a date limit. In the event that the event is canceled by a health alert decree or that the participant is affected by a health restriction both in the country of origin and in Spain, the organization will refund the full amount of the registration (except the insurance amount and the contracted services) until the date of the race (pending to be included in the registration and runner’s area).

WHAT DOES COVID-19 MEAN FOR TRAIL RUNNING EVENTS?
The impact of COVID-19 on the global economy has been very profound. Sporting events, including trail running events, have had to be postponed or canceled because of the confinement imposed and public health measures imposed by governments in most countries. As a trail running community, we face the immediate challenge of suspending many much-loved events, combined with the risk that many organizers will not survive in the long term. Whether temporary or permanent, the loss of those trail running events will affect the lives of the organizers, the host communities, and the enjoyment of the entire trail running community. Despite those challenges, the first and foremost consideration as we work on restarting trail events is the safety of the trailrunning community.

Source: ITRA