Marathon du Petit Train du Nord

Quick facts

Location Val-David, Canada

Distance Marathon

Date October

About Marathon du Petit Train du Nord

Created by Québec’s reference in the marathon world, Alain Bordeleau. This point-to-point course will become THE Fall rendez-vous for the most experienced elite marathon runners as well as for amateur runners.

Forty-two kilometers you will never forget. Oxygen, nature and adventure are awaiting you on the road of the pioneers. With a departure in Val-David and arrival in Saint-Jérôme, the course offers a breathtaking setting which will allow each participant to weave his/her own story.

Practicalities

Aid Stations

First aid: Patrol on the course throughout the marathon Medical Stations: KM: 34.25 & finish line

Award Medals

Awards will be given to the winners of the Marathon and Half-Marathon. First three men and women

Parking

There are many car parks available in the vicinity of the train station. Old Saint-Jérôme Train Station: 160 rue de la Gare, Saint-Jérôme. Quartier 50+: 425 boulevard Jean-Baptiste-Rolland East, Saint-Jérôme QC J7Z 4J4 Melançon Arena: 451 Melançon St Saint-Jérôme, QC, J7Z 4K3

Marathon du Petit Train du Nord Route Map

Marathon du Petit Train du Nord Route Map

Start:

Val-David

2525 Rue de l'Église, Val-David, QC J0T 2N0, Canada

Finish:

Saint-Jérôme

160 Rue de la Gare, Saint-Jérôme, QC J7Z 2C2, Canada

Overview

The heart of the Laurentians offers colourful and unique scenery that no other marathon can offer to its participants.

With its point-to-point course, oxygen in profusion and a gradual 220 m drop, the Marathon du P'tit Train du Nord will prove to be the fastest you will have ever run.

Add to this a thousand colors scenery and vegetation which in some places produces a corridor effect. Your concentration will never have been so good.

The perfect course to establish your personal best or to reach your Boston or New York marathon standards.

The race information has been found on the official website of the event or through publicly available sources. Always refer to the official website the latest race information. Please let us know if any data is wrong or missing, by emailing us.