Japan's Toughest Race

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17,308

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Difficulty

FATMAP difficulty grade

Extreme

Description

The Japan Trans Alps Race is a 415km ultra-distance trail running event held in Japan with 27,000 meters of climbing.

It is known for its challenging course that takes participants from the Sea of Japan, through the Northern, Central, and Southern Japanese Alps, down to the Pacific Ocean, requiring runners to navigate rugged terrain and endure significant elevation gains and losses within 8 days.