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Saturday, 20 July 2024

Start time: 02:00
61.1km | 3,600hm

Route description

View of countless glaciers - technically very demanding. With countless majestic-looking glaciers in view, participants run from the village center of Obergurgl in the direction of Königstal to Hochgurgl. From there it goes into the Timmelstal to the Lenzen Alm (VP1) and over an energy-sapping climb to the Nedersee. At about 2,500m above sea level, the course runs along a beautiful trail back down the valley to the second aid station (Küppelehütte) before heading steeply uphill to the highest point of the race, the Ramolhaus at over 3,000m. There taken the intermediate time, the participants run a technically very demanding downhill to the Piccard bridge, where a breathtaking panorama of the Ötztal glacier world opens. Continuing over the Schwärzenkamm to the Langtalereckhütte, the runners tackle the next kilometers of the race on the forest path to the Schönwieshütte. After the next refreshment station, the runners head into the beautiful Rotmoostal valley, up to the Hohe Mut Alm. Arriving at 2,670 m, the runners enjoy the panorama before a downhill leads through the Gaisberg valley towards Festkogl. Here it's time to gather all your strength once again before crossing the Verwall and Königstal valleys to reach the finish line in Obergurgl.



Elevation profile
Compulsory equipment
Track times
GPX Data

Depending on the measuring method, the actual kilometer and altitude details can vary between +/- 3%.

  • Refreshment Station 1 | Lenzen Alm | 17,6 km | ca. 950 alt.m.+
  • Refreshment Station 2 | Küppelehütte | 27,3 km | ca. 1.700 alt.m.+
  • Refreshment Station 3 | Ramolhaus | 31,8 km | ca. 2.400 alt.m.+
  • Refreshment Station 4 | Langtalereck Hütte | 36,4 km | ca. 2.650 alt.m.+
  • Refreshment Station 5 | Schönwieshütte | 39,9 | ca. 2.700 alt.m.+
  • Refreshment Station 6 | Hohe Mut Alm | 47,9 km | ca. 3.250 alt.m.+
  • Refreshment Station 7 | Mittelstation Roßkarbahn | 54,6 km | ca. 3.300 alt.m.+
  • Finish area refreshm. | 61,1 km | 3.600alt.m.+
  • Personalized start number (until 08 July 2024) + timekeeping transponder
  • Start package
  • Voucher for 1 meal
  • 7 refreshment/snack stations
  • Snacks/drinks in the finish area
  • Certificates for download after the event
  • Interim times & elevation profile
  • Shower facilities near the finish area
  • Medical care along the route and in the finish area
  • 03:50 | Lenzen Alm
  • 05:20 | Küppelehütte
  • 06:15 | Ramolhaus
  • 06:30 | Piccardbrücke
  • 07:00 | Langtalereckhütte
  • 07:20 | Schönwieshütte
  • 08:30 | Hohe Mut Alm
  • 10:00 | Finish area Obergurgl