How you cover the 75 kilometers during the three days at Icebug Xperience is up to you.

Starting Groups.

Race is divided into three different categories. You can enter the walking group if you want some extra time to enjoy the sceneries, The Running group if you want to run at full speed or if you just want some world-class trail running at your own pace, or the Run/Walk group if you want to walk some parts and run some parts.

The Running group starts first for a clear path to the finish line. Then it is the Walking group and as the third group, we have Run/Walk.

You can change your chosen group during Icebug Xperience; you can join the Walking group one day and join the Run/Walk group the next day.

If you have to step out of the race at one of the stages, you can still do the next stage, but without having your name in the “final results”

Run

The Running group is for you that runs most of the course. Here you will have some word-class trail running for three days. The Running group starts first of all starting groups for a clear path all the way at 9/10 am during these three days.

We recommend this group if you have run a trail-run of 20 km under three hours.

Walk

The Walk group is for you that love to hike in the fantastic scenery of Bohuslän. Have a rest at some of the most stunning vantage points that West Sweden has to offer. You may walk with your friends, with your dog or just by yourself enjoying the tranquillity.

This group will start 15 minutes after the Running group every day. The typic Hiker used about 4-5 hours at each stage 2019 (a bit longer day 2)

Run/Walk

The popular starting group Run/Walk is for everyone that needs some good time at the trail-course, for everyone that wants some time to enjoy the beautiful scenery. This group is popular when you run with friends, with youths, or with your dog. The Run/Walk starts about one hour after the Walking group, and you will reach the finish line at the perfect time for a late lunch

We recommend this group for you how needs about 3-4 hours at a 20km trail.