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The organisation has prepared a complete map for all those who want to experience the ULTRA SIERRA NEVADA in a special way, either as companions of the participants or to live a sporting experience in a unique natural setting.

Check out our interactive map where you will find all the important points of the USN. (refreshment posts, start, finish line, bus stop, etc.).


The companions will be able to buy a bus ticket (round trip) from Granada to the Pradollano Ski Resort in order to experience the atmosphere and witness the finish line of the Ultra Sierra Nevada and with a wide range of activities that the Pradollano Ski Resort offers for all the attending public, (ski lifts to see the race as it passes through the Veleta, attractions for children, bars, restaurants, concerts, etc.).




Departure from square of Ferrocarril, end of Paseo de la Bomba


15:00 - 17:00 – 19:00 - 21:30

Departure from the Parking of Pradollano

Tickets are purchased at the time of registration.

Tickets will be collected at the race bib pick-up point on presentation of the runner’s ID and race bib number..

Live Tracking

The Ultra Sierra Nevada has an online tracking system where you can follow the passage through each checkpoint live on the Ultra Sierra Nevada website so that accompanying persons and the general public can see the evolution of each participant and be informed of the rankings in real time on their mobile device, computer or smartphone.

This tracking will be operational for all modalities.

How to get there

Granada is located in the southeast of the Iberian Peninsula, at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountain range and a few kilometres from the Mediterranean Sea.

It can be reached by road (car and bus), rail, air (Granada, Malaga and Madrid airports) and boat (via the port of Motril).

By land, sea and air

By Bus

Granada bus station offers destinations to all parts of the peninsula and the main European destinations.

You can check timetables or buy Granada bus tickets by phone, directly at the Granada bus station or at www.alsa.es, or by calling 902 422 242.

By Car

Granada is connected to Madrid by the A-44 and A-4. With Seville and Malaga via the A-92. With Levante, also via the A-92, continuing along the A-7. Also with the Tropical coast by the A-44 to Motril.

  • Madrid-Granada. 420 kms, 4h 10 min.
  • Málaga-Granada. 125 kms, 1h 15 min.
  • Sevilla-Granada. 250 kms, 2h 45 min

By Ferry

Only 70 kilometres from Granada, the port of Motril also serves as a point of arrival in the city.

You can find all the information on the website www.granadatur.com.

By Plane

  • Granada-Jaén GRX airport is 15 kilometres from the city.
  • El aeropuerto de Málaga-Costa del Sol se encuentra a 136 kilómetros de la Granada.
    Autobus directo a Granada desde aeropuerto de Málaga-Costa del Sol.
  • Seville-San Pablo airport is 250 kilometres from Granada.

By Trail

Granada railway station is located in the centre of the city. In Avenida Andaluces.

You can consult all train timetables to and from Granada on the Renfe website.

  • Málaga-Granada. (*There is no direct service, you have to change trains in Antequera). 1h 30min.
  • Sevilla-Granada. 2h 30 min
  • Madrid-Granada. 4h 30 min

10% discount with promocode: ULTRA

At the foot of the slopes next to the main cable cars Borreguiles and Al Andalus and in the lower area of the resort (Plaza de Andalucía, Plaza de Pradollano and adjacent buildings such as Montblanc or Impala) Todosierranevada Apartments offer accommodation in the best possible location to not miss a minute of fun in the ski resort of Sierra Nevada, being in the area of bars, restaurants, supermarkets and NEXT TO THE MAIN TELECABINAS AL ANDALUS AND BORREGUILES.

Studios, 1,2,3 and 4-bedroom flats are available for up to 10 people. Ideal for travelling as a couple, with your family, with your pet or with a group of friends.

All of them have fully equipped kitchens with fridge, microwave and kitchenware. There is also a private bathroom and a living-dining room with sofas and TV. Most of the flats also have a terrace and mountain views.

All flats are delivered with the heating on and provided with bed linen, towels and kitchen utensils.



Through the company JAF+C we offer a personalised photography service for all runners.

– JAF+C uses cutting-edge technology developed by the company “Pica”.

– The gallery with your photos is secure, private and personal. You will only see your photos.

– We comply with the EU Data Protection Act (GDPR).

– Your race bib carries a “Pica code” that we use for recognition, so always wear your race bib visibly.

This technology also features facial recognition so you won’t miss any of your beautiful photos during your time at the event.

How does it work?

1. Download the “Getpica.com” app on your smartphone (Google Play o Apple Store) and register.

2. Once the event is over, log into the app and enter the Pica Code on your bib to access your private gallery with your photos.

3. The photos are uploaded from a few hours afterthe end of the event and may take several days to upload, so remember to check your gallery in the days after the event. Normally within 4 or 5 days after the event all images will be in your gallery.

4. Enjoy looking at them and if you like them, buy them. You can buy them individually or in batches, at very competitive prices.

5. Once purchased, download them to your phone or computer. You can also share them directly from the app on your social networks. Don’t forget tag us!

We are JAF+C, the company in charge of the photographic coverage for the participants of this fantastic event. We are photographers specialised in sports photography and you will find us at the most beautiful and emblematic points of the route. Throughout the circuit we will take photos of your participation so that when you finish you will have a private gallery on your mobile phone with only photos of your participation in the competition. You can find more information about us at www.joseanies.com


The ULTRA SIERRA NEVADA will start in a spectacular setting: the centre of the city of Granada at the foot of the Alhambra and the Generalife. From there, the route will take participants to the Dehesa del Generalife and, after continuing along the Darro river basin, to the village of Beas. From here the route heads towards Quentar and then on to the town of Pinos Genil.

The course of the Genil River marks the beginning of the most demanding section of the race: the ascent to Sierra Nevada. 40 kilometres in which it will be necessary to overcome a difference in altitude of more than 2,500 metres to reach the top of the race at Pico Veleta at an altitude of 3,100 metres. From there, a vertiginous descent will lead to the finish line at the Pradollano ski resort, at an altitude of 2,100m.