Fuego y Agua Nicaragua

9th edition

Ultra-Trail Fuego Y Agua Nicaragua is a unique race. It will not be easy to reach the goal, and not to say that we want to frighten them, but rather we want them to be prepared in the best way. You will have the opportunity to run around, up and down two volcanoes on the small island of Ometepe in Nicaragua. The island has everything it takes to organize an epic race. The terrain includes dirt roads and paths, sand, paved and ballast road, very technical trails, a labyrinth of trees, trails that are lost and muddy, and of course the ascent to Concepción and Maderas volcanoes. More than 6000 mts of elevation in 3 different distances to choose. Retreat to run in one of the most exotic places in the world.


March 03, 2018 (Saturday) - 02:00
103.1 kilometers
6,050 meters
5 ITRA Points
Cut off: 28:00 hours
UTMB qualifier Solo Extreme Trail
The number for participants for the race is capped to 200.
March 03, 2018 (Saturday) - 03:00
50 kilometers
2,940 meters
2,940 meters
3 ITRA Points
Cut off: 15:00 hours
UTMB qualifier Solo Extreme Single loop Trail
The number for participants for the race is capped to 300.
March 03, 2018 (Saturday) - 07:00
25 kilometers
1,540 meters
1,540 meters
2 ITRA Points
Cut off: 08:00 hours
UTMB qualifier Solo Extreme Single loop Trail


Mar 03 2018 : Partly cloudy until afternoon.
24.1°C - 30.1°C (75.3°F - 86.1°F)

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Press Release

Ultramaratón Fuego Y Agua in Nicaragua

The third running of Ultramaratón Fuego Y Agua, featuring 100 km, 50 km, and 25 km trail races, will take place February 18, 2012 after a one-year hiatus. The race is held on Ometepe, an island known for its astonishing biodiversity, prehistoric rock carvings, and vibrant local culture. The twin volcanic cones of Ometepe, one still active, rise out of Lake
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Jean-Loup Fenaux | 21 Dec 2011 14:56



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