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The Rocky Mountain Trail Games

Fun on the Trail for 2 and 3-person teams.

What are the Rocky Mountain Trail Games?

The Rocky Mountain Trail Games are a new form of MTB event in which various special tests have to be completed on time while on a circuit. It is important to note that this is not a "classic" enduro race in which one has to proceed as fast as possible with each special test (known as a stage). Although the Trail Games do include special tests, each of these tests consists of various tasks and targets that have to be fulfilled. In addition, the event is only for teams: Teams of 2 or 3 people will have to work together in order to fulfil these tasks.

The exact tasks to be completed will be annonced to the participants during an on-site briefing. These basically comprise the following:

  1. Catch the time: Score as closely as possible to an exact predetermined time (similar to a regularity rally)
  2. Second Chance: Ride for a second time on a stage in order to achieve a better time (individually and/or as a team)
  3. Enduro Team: Ride a stage together, and the slowest rider’s time to reach the finish is recorded.
  4. Enduro Classic: Here it is a rider’s best time on a stage that counts.
  5. Need to repeat: Twice on one stage, try to achieve the same time as closely as possible (individuals/team)
  6. Find your way: Ride along a certain route on a transfer section while passing checkpoints
  7. Pumptrack Challenge: Score a good time along a pumptrack (points are deducted for pedal revolutions)

At the end of each day on the trails comes the exciting part at the finish: finding out just how well and in which areas the team performed! For this is when the points are awarded. Then afterwards you can relax at the "Alto Bar" on Chantarella and ruminate on the events of the day. This event site on Chantarella has a unique aspect – as you sit some two hundred altitude metres above the valley floor it is like being on an oversized viewing terrace. Socialising is also an important feature of the Trail Games. This includes the shared barbecue for the Friday or the Saturday evening menu, as well the opportunity to see out each day at the bar, and the great award ceremony on Sunday when the most complete teams receive their trophies and valuable non-cash prizes.
 

Starter package

The starting fee for the Rocky Mountain Trail Games is CHF 230 per person.
(Hence CHF 460 for a 2-person team and CHF 690 for a 3-person team)
The starting fee includes the following:

  • Mountain railways ticket for 3 days (11-13.08.2017)
  • Time measurement for all necessary special tests
  • Welcome package incl. bike map for the region and useful extras
  • Personal starting number
  • Barbecue on Friday, 11.08 and dinner on Saturday, 12.08
  • Sportsman’s lunch on Saturday, 12.08
  • Personal immediate result printout at the finish
  • Results list
  • Top-quality non-cash prizes

IMPORTANT: Present a valid lift ticket for the duration of the event and receive a refund of CHF 50 per person!

Hotel packages

For more Bike Hotels visit: www.herbert.bike/destination/st_moritz/bikehotels

 

 

 



Timetable

About 3 weeks before the event, the exact timetable will be announced on the website and by mail to all participants.
Here is a rough overview:

Friday, 11.08.2017

From 9:30am: Issue of starting documents
Approx. 12.30pm: Participants briefing; then the Rocky Mountain Trail Games start
and go on to about 5.30pm: Arrival of the last group of participants at the finish
From 6.30pm: Shared dinner or barbecue / evaluation and interim results

Saturday, 12.08.2017

From 9:30am: Start of Day II of the Rocky Mountain Trail Games
From approx. 12pm: Sportsperson’s lunch
From 6:30pm: Shared dinner

Sunday, 13.08.2017

From 9am: Start of Day III of the Rocky Mountain Trail Games
Approx. 2.30pm: Award ceremony and handing out of prizes
 



Events area

The events area and hence the start and finish area are located on "Chantarella" (cable car middle station). You can reach this area by bike with the Signalbahn (approx. 5 min downhill from the Signal mountain station) or, more comfortably, with the St. Moritz Dorf-Chantarella cable car.
Free parking is available by the Signalbahn.

 

Conditions of participation/Rules and Regulations.pdf

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Results list from 12 to 14 August 2016

Here is the link to the results list for the 2016 Trail Games; The last page shows the details (i.e. the times and points achieved per stage and which were used for the evaluation).

Impressions from the 12th - 14th august 2016