TRAIL BRUSSELS – 29.10.2017

The 2nd edition of Trail Brussels was a huge success with 1750 participants. All results can be found on the website of Chronorace. By clicking on the Sportograf icon next to the results you can view your personal photos. Some general photos are already available here.

See you next year on sunday October 28 2018!

  • Information
  • Results

1. How to get there - accessibility - parking

Secretariat, start and finish are located at the BLOSO sports center Forêt de Soignes Sport.
Address : Waversesteenweg 2057,1160 Auderghem. Click here to take a look at the map in Google Maps.

Unfortunately there is not enough parking available on site so we recommend to use public transport as much as possible or use the Carrefour rooftop parkings 1, 2 or 2bis (Boulevard du Souverain 240, 1160 Auderghem, about 1500m and 10-15 minutes walk from the start)

2. Program and schedule

Sunday 29 October

08:00 until 15:15 – Pick up bib numbers
10:00 – Start 28 km
12:30 – Start 21 km
14:30 – Start 13 km
15:15 – Start 6 km
17:00 – Tombola

Medal ceremony immediately after the arrival of the 3rd place finisher.
* The 6 km is considered as finishers event where the experience is more important than the performance. Therefore no prizes will be awarded for this race.

3. Participation Package

  • Wonderful course through beautiful Sonian Forest
  • Showers and changing rooms
  • High quality aid stations on the course and at the finishsh
  • Results immediately available on
  • Electronic chip (integrated in bib number)
  • Exclusive Trail Brussels coolmax T-shirt (available at registration) for only €9 extra
  • Free Compressport Wristband (not for those who ordered a T-Shirt)

Insurance for physical injuries are NOT included in the registration fee.

4. Spectator information

This information will be provided as soon as possible.

5. Changing rooms, showers, preservation sports bags

After the race you can take a shower in BLOSO sports center Forêt de Soignes Sport. There are two locker rooms equipped with showers.

From 08:00 you’re able to leave your bag to the stand “preservation sports bags”. A nummer will be attached to your bag. The same number will be written on your bib number. After the race you can only pick up your bag by showing this number.

Loose clothing or plastic bags will not be accepted. Make sure you bring a good closing (sports) bag to store your things.

6. Time limits

6 km : finish before 17:00
13 km : finish before 17:00
21 km : finish before 17:00
28km : finish before 17:00

7. Aid station(s)

There will be no aid station for the 6km, 1 for the 13km, 2 for the 21km and 28km and also one at the finish for everyone.

8. Eco responsibility - no plastic cups!

eco cup

At the aidstations we will provide water, coke, fruits, chips, pretzls and cake.

Eco responsibility:

During all our trails, the organization will not use any plastic cups. This way we minimize our environmental footprint. Drinks will be available at the aid stations and at the finish, but NO cups. So you need to bring your own cup or system. All our participants will be able to order a foldable racecup with their registration at cost prize. Obviously it is not obliged to use this particular cup and you are free to use your own system.

9. Trail Brussels on Facebook

Register now and stay tuned about the latest news of this event.

10. Charity


The number of homeless people in Belgium increased the last 15 years by almost 200%, from 17,000 in 2003 to 50,000 in 2015. While there are a lot of statistics available, it is mainly guesswork about the exact amount of people living on the streets. Therefore it is important that organizations get support, because after all, they are in direct contact with the homeless. Everybody has the right to get shelter!

Let us together create a better world for the homeless!
For every euro you donate, we will add one more!



11. Qualifying race Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc®


From 1 January 2016 the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc® uses a new points system for qualifying races to participate in the UTMB®, CCC® & TDS® and the OCC. These points are obtained by the formula: distance (km) + (altimeters (m) / 100). For example: A race of 55km and 2200m+ will give you 55 + (2100/100) = 76 points which result in 3 qualification points.


Here you can see the necessary number of points for the current edition. The application procedure requires a run GPX file, which we have to upload on tracedetrail. If our race is not yet among the official qualifying races on the UTMB website, this means that we still have to submit a GPX of our race to complete our request. The number of points that we show on our website is always correct and we 100% guarantee this.


Start and finish are located at the BLOSO sports center Forêt de Soignes Sport.

Below you can click through to the interactive course maps, indicating the locations of the aid stations and river crossings. There, you can also download the GPX files (To do this, you first need to create an account on tracedetrail)



Results 2016 – 6km – 188 participants
Results 2016 – 13km – 594 participants
Results 2016 – 21km – 349 participants
Results 2016 – 28km – 412 participants


6 Km
Start 15.15
Altimeters 90m+
UTMB® Points – 0
No aid station
300 entries
12 euro to 31 jul
15 euro from 1 aug
13 Km
Start 14.30
Altimeters 140m+
UTMB® Points – 0
1 aid station
500 entries
18 euro to 31 jul
21 euro from 1 aug
21 Km
Start 12.30
Altimeters 250m+
UTMB® Points – 0
2 aid stations
500 entries
22 euro to 31 jul
25 euro from 1 aug
28 Km
Start 10.00
Altimeters 350m+
2 aid stations
500 entries
25 euro to 31 jul
28 euro from 1 aug


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