“IT IS NOT THE MOUNTAIN WE CONQUER, BUT OURSELVES”
Back for 2019: the European Mountain Series – 3 races that will make you conquer mountains in the most scenic parts of Europe. After the premier in 2018 with stops in Andorra, Dolomiti- Alleghe/Italy and Oberndorf/Austria we are back this year with even more challenges. Andorra, Morzine/France, and Oberndorf/Austria will play host to this years European Mountain Series, where Spartans will battle across the 3 mountain ranges and 3 Beast distance courses to see who is crowned King and Queen of the Mountain. 60+ total kilometers of rugged terrain, 5000+ meters of epic elevation gain, challenging natural obstacles, and unpredictable mountain weather; only the toughest may take on the challenge to complete all 3 and receive a special edition medal and mountain glory.
2019 EUROPEAN MOUNTAIN SERIES: 3 RACES, 1 CHAMPION
SIGN UP FOR ALL THREE RACES
You can sign up for all three races with a discount directly HERE or you can sign up for each race separately below – so if you are already signed up for one race you can sign up separately also for the other two races. If you already purchased your race, no discount will be applicable for the purchase of the multi race pass. Anyone who races and finishes the three events is qualified for the ranking and the special edition medal as well as the prize purse (elite racers only).
SIGN UP FOR THE RACES SEPARATELY
- Andorra Beast (Pyrénées)
- Morzine Beast (Alpes)
- Oberndorf Beast (Alpes)
WHO WILL RULE THE MOUNTAINS THIS YEAR?
Luca Pescollderungg (Italy) and Ana Filipa Castela (Portugal) conquered the mountains in 2018 do you have what it takes to reach new heights in the mountains and bring home the title in 2019? Racers will be ranked under standard Spartan ranking across the 3 races with top male and female elite point scorers being awarded prize money at the series final in Oberndorf, Austria. All athletes who complete the full series (3 races) will be awarded unique, special edition Mountain Series medals.
Will you reach new heights in the mountains?