The BUFF® Epic Trail 2017: 122 runners compete in the Ultra Marathon with a total length of 105K in Vall de Boí (ESP)

By Quattro Media

An event that has brought together all types of public, experts and amateurs, and even entire families who have wanted to approach the festival to participate in the numerous activities both leisure and sports that have been carried out throughout of these three days, achieving an 80% occupancy in the entire Vall de Boí area.

Rafting, mountain-oriented workshops as well as the discovery of the Romanesque through the “Románico a Escena” play have been the most popular recreational activities these days. On the other hand, the kids have been the ones who have participated most and enjoyed the activities offered by this festival, from the Natural Campus to different workshops and the participation of almost 100 mini runners, between 4 and 14 years, in the Mini Sky race, whose registration was free and participating in it kids collaborated with the #UNICEF campaign against child poverty.

The fourth edition of the BUFF® EPIC TRAIL and the first edition of the MTB MARATHON® have also been part of this festival which, on Sunday, comes to an end after three days of mountain activities, sports, live music and fun for all the family.
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