Organised for the second time in France, OOcup 2020 will once more take place in Bugey from 28 July to 1 August, between Haut-Valromey, Plateau de Retord, Lake Genin and Col de la Faucille.
Seduced by the variety of lanscapes, the beautiful panoramas of Bugey and the success of the 2018 edition, OOcup will be exploring once again the nature of the Jura Mountains.
Key figures of OOcup:
-2 training races ahead of the race on the 24 and 25 July
-5 stages: Grand Ouillon (Petit-Abergement), Crêt Fury (Hotonnes), Bois de Puthod (Échalon), Le Tumet (Billiat) and Col de la Faucille (Gex).
Details of the stages: more information.
-3000 participants expected
-35 different nationalities.
OOcup 2020 programme:
24 July in Nantua, bib distribution and race information.
25 July : Champdor,
26 July : Les Plans d’Hotonnes (Haut-Valromey),
27 July : training at La Praille (Plateau d’Hauteville),
28 July : Les Plans d’Hotonnes (Haut-Valromey),
29 July : Forêt des Moussières (Le Petit-Abergement, Haut-Valromey),
30 July : Le Tumet (Haut-Valromey and Injoux)
31 July : Bois de Puthod (Echallon and Charix),
1st August : Col de la Faucille (Mijoux),
Races durations : between 45 mn and 1h30.
For children : between 15 and 30 mn.
Book your accommodation:
Availability of accommodation on the Plateau de Retord / Bugey Sud
Download the pdf of available accommodation
Campervan campsite of Les Plans d’Hotonnes.
To register for the stages, a medical certificate mentioning your ability to practice orienteering in competition is mandatory.
Registration is online before July 1, 2020.
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