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The P2P is a race divided in two stages: the first one takes place on saturday and it is 23km
long from Zubiri to Pamplona. On sunday it is celebrated the worldwide known marathon
(42,195km) from Pamplona to Puente la Reina.

There is no need to participate in both of those stages, you can sign in only one of them.
In addition, on saturday, at the end of the first stage, the event “Pamplona en Patines –
Iruñea Patinetan” is taking place, in which there is going to be exhibitions of different skating
sorts. Will you join us?

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1. From Zubiri to Pamplona

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The first stage is almost a half marathon that joins the village of Zubiri with the Navarra’s
capital. It takes place on saturday afternoon. An easy route with almost no gradient, so
everybody could enjoy it.

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Starting line

Finish line

Intermediate sprint

Mountain pass line

Liquid provisioning

Solid and liquid provisioning
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2. FROM PAMPLONA TO PUENTE LA REINA

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The second stage is the worldwide known as the hardest marathon all over the world. A challenge for every skater that decides to accept it. The race starts at the citycentre of Pamplona, and it ends in Puente la Reina, going through different villages.

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Starting line

Finish line

Intermediate sprint

Mountain pass line

Liquid provisioning

Solid and liquid provisioning
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