Montalcino, the lone hill between the Val d'Orcia

(a UNESCO World Heritage Site since July 2004) and the Valle dell’Ombrone where rivers of the same name run through the valleys. Montalcino provides the perfect location for trail running; big climbs and descents as well as steep trails from its highest point at 680 m.a.s.l. to its lowest at 120 m.a.s.l. through the woods, which cover about 50% of the territory, vineyards, and the famous Sienese hills, marked by numerous paths, mule tracks, cartroads, and historical pilgrim and trade routes like the Francigena and the Maremmana.

Even the time of year that was chosen is no coincidence. Forging the connection to the Consorzio del Brunello di Montalcino, the event will take place on the weekend prior to Benvenuto Brunello (the presentation of the latest vintage of Brunello di Montalcino released on the market that year), the second Sunday in February, guaranteeing the right weather conditions for authentic trail races!


At time of booking, use the "Brunello Crossing" code to get the  late check-out special offer in addition to a discounted rate as applied by the accommodation facility. 

For futher information and other accommodation requests, please visit the Proloco di Montalcino website:

• Il Giglio Hotel - Montalcino

• Hotel Dei Capitani - Montalcino

Piombaia - Montalcino

• Residenza Palazzo Saloni - Montalcino

• B&B ANNA - Montalcino

• Canalicchio di Sopra - Montalcino

• Le Ragnaie - Montalcino

• La Crociona - Montalcino

• La casella di Marcella - Montalcino

• Az. Agricola Andrea Bonacchi - Montalcino

• San Martino - Montisi

• La vecchia camera - San Giovanni d'Asso

• Hotel la Vecchia Oliviera - Montalcino

• Agriturismo Le 7 camicie - S.Antimo Castelnuovo dell'Abate

Contact and Other Info

General Information

Groups with over 6 runners, please contact:
Michela Piccioni

Reservations for overnight stay at the gym:

Alessandro Capaccioli