This year, all runners can register at the same time and have 13 days - until January 18 - to pre-register or use a priority entry. See registration conditions here
There are some news, including a new start time for the TDS® and a new, more challenging route for the OCC.
Note: this is the last year of the historic qualifying points system before the switch in 2023 to a lottery only accessible through the Running Stones, that can be collected by running the UTMB® World Series races. For runners who go through the lottery, results will be announced on 26 January at 10 a.m. (CET).
UTMB 2022: sports criteria and prices
To register, all elite and amateur runners must meet the following sports criteria:
Runners who have collected Running Stones
- UTMB® race entry: at least 1 Running Stone AND a valid UTMB® Index in the 100K or 100M category
- CCC®, OCC, TDS® races entry: at least 1 Running Stone
Runners who have not collected Running Stones
- UTMB®: 10 points acquired between 01/01/2019 and 31/12/2021 (in 2 races maximum) : €305
- CCC®: 6 points acquired between 01/01/2019 and 31/12/2021 (in 2 races maximum) : €189
- TDS®: 8 points acquired between 01/01/2019 and 31/12/2021 (in 2 races maximum) : €229
- OCC: 4 points acquired between 01/01/2019 and 31/12/2021 (in 2 races maximum) : €115
MCC: reserved for local trailers, people living in Valais, Aosta Valley, Savoy and Haute-Savoie. The postal code provided at registration will be valid. Proof of residence will be required to validate the registration. € 75 (€ 49 for volunteers from previous years).
Finishers of 2018 UTMB® Mont-Blanc races may as well use these races as qualifying races. Runners may check their priority level for 2022 registration on their runner's account.
Register on your runner's account!
New in 2022
- TDS® : Unchanged course and new schedule. The start from Courmayeur will be given at midnight on Tuesday, August 23rd (i.e. the night between Monday 22 and Tuesday 23). More details here.
- OCC: a new course, starting from Orsières in the Swiss Valais, as usual. The race will follow the route of the MCC between Trient and Argentière. Runners will cross the Franco-Swiss border by passing through the iconic Col de Balme and its amazing views. More details here.
- YCC: the Youth Chamonix Courmayeur is getting a new look. This challenge dedicated to young runners born between 2000 and 2008 changes its format with a trail running race taking place in Courmayeur on Tuesday and a new short and innovative race on Wednesday in Chamonix. For this second run, participants shall start in reversed order of the times achieved in the previous day's race. More details here.