The organization is working closely with the Environmental Department to guarantee the sustainability of the event
The first step towards Penyagolsa 2022 starts now. The pre-registration period will open next December 27th and will end on January 10th. The pre-registration will have to be made through the webpage www.localhost/penyagolosa and the lottery will be celebrated on January 13th.
Two months have gone by since the last edition of Penyagolosa Trails. We have been working hard preparing the new edition which will be celebrated April 22nd -24th.
Among the top priorities for Penyagolosa Trails, one of them is to have zero impact on the environment, for that reason we work to protect the environment before, during and after the event is celebrated. We have been closely associated with environment-friendly policies since our beginnings but we want to push forward and commit even more to the protection of our surroundings. Last months, we have been working together with the Environmental Department to guarantee the environmental sustainability of Penyagolosa Trails.
The greatness of mountain sports remains in the environment. MiM and CSP cross places formed centuries ago with years of history. Sacred landscapes with exceptional wildlife and spectacular scenery. For those reasons we have to work towards making sports and nature go hand in hand, help each other and complement each other.
In conclusion, Penyagolosa Trails works towards creating sustainable and responsible races with the environment. The future consists of taking care of what we have, of each runner and of every person. All together we can take care of our nature.
Trail can’t be stopped
Penyagolosa Trails presents its new image, with the slogan “Trail Can’t be Stopped”. The slogan refers to the comeback of races after the hardest stages of the pandemic and to the desire of runners to be back in competitions such as Penyagolosa Trails. This year’s image pretends to break out of the established and focus on the mountain and the runner using the combination of three colors: red, black and white.