IATF21

MAY 20.–23. 2021

IATF21

MAY 20.–23. 2021

The Innsbruck Alpine Trailrun Festival is a special highlight in the European trail running season. As a unique event, it brings together an enthusiastic community and offers both experienced trail runners and trail beginners a great program full of athleticism, fun and alpine-urban experiences.
In addition, you can already collect qualifying points for the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc® at the start of the trail running season on the K110, K85, K65, K42 and K25 tracks.

After the starting gun in Innsbruck, the beautiful unique trail circuit with various entry points leads over field and hiking trails and provides participants with fascinating panoramic views of the Alpine metropolis.

Together to the finish

Together

to the finish

Individual

ranking

Individual

ranking

In the individual classification there are the classes male and female.
The fastest three runners over each distance and class will receive a glass trophy. In addition, we also award prizes to the three fastest men and the three fastest women in the three different age groups.

Team ranking

Team ranking

All runners can additionally participate in a team ranking. For this purpose, you only have to enter a team name when registering – no matter which competition and which distance you choose. Runners of each team get one point per kilometer run. The three teams with the most kilometers run will receive a trophy. In the event of a tie in points, the team with the most participants over the longest distance wins. Prerequisite for the team ranking is the indication of the team name at the registration of at least 2 runners.

Especially for companies and clubs, the team ranking is a great community event that strengthens the team spirit, since the focus is not on the time but on reaching the goal together.
In the company ranking, the company with the most kilometers run will also be awarded as the most sporty company!

ATTENTION: It is not necessary that the teams run together in one group. Each runner chooses his individual route length (7/15/25/42/65/85/110 km). So you have the possibility to complete different distances and still participate in the team ranking.

Example:
Team A: 3 participants run the K42 and 10 trail participants run the K15 = 3×42 (126) + 10×15 (150) = 276 points
Team B: 5 participants complete the K42 = 5×42 = 210 points
Team C: 3 participants complete at K65; 4 participants start at K42, 2 at K25 and one at K15 = 3×65 (195) +4×42 (168) +2×25 (50) +1×15 (15) = 428 points

… this means that Team C is placed first, ahead of Team B and Team A.

The IATF21 team ranking

Stader Trailer 12Läufer
Trail Running Innsbruck 11Läufer
Landau Running Company 9Läufer
Team Erdinger alkoholfrei 9Läufer
Trailrunning Vienna 9Läufer

The IATF21

team ranking

Stader Trailer 12Läufer
Trail Running Innsbruck 11Läufer
Landau Running Company 9Läufer
Team Erdinger alkoholfrei 9Läufer
Trailrunning Vienna 9Läufer

Live tracking

With our live tracking we offer your friends the possibility to accompany you virtually on your run.

You will find detailed information about the live tracking in your starting documents.

Live tracking

With our live tracking we offer your friends the possibility to accompany you virtually on your run.

You will find detailed information about the live tracking in your starting documents.

Covid-19

Thanks to our Covid-19 concept, we were able to hold the 2020 Innsbruck Alpine Trailrun Festival on our alternate date in September as one of the few major trail events of the year. We are doing our utmost to be able to hold a first-class and safe event again in 2021!


We took these measures in 2020:

Covid-19

Thanks to our Covid-19 concept, we were able to hold the 2020 Innsbruck Alpine Trailrun Festival on our alternate date in September as one of the few major trail events of the year. We are doing our utmost to be able to hold a first-class and safe event again in 2021!


We took these measures in 2020:

Support Committee

We thank you for the support! Your commitment helps us to further promote the sport of running.

LHStvin Mag. Ingrid Felipe
Environmental protection officer, nature conservation officer

I am pleased that through the IATF in recent years has formed such a large trail scene in Tyrol, which pursues their passion with us. The special thing about the IATF is certainly the unique route with start in the city center, through the natural surroundings of Innsbruck’s surrounding communities and back to the provincial capital.
Due to the professional organization, the ongoing development and the sustainable implementation, the event has now made a name for itself worldwide and attracts more and more trail enthusiasts to Tyrol.
To move consciously in the alpine Tyrolean nature, to abuse the mountains not only as sports equipment and to protect the environment – that is trail running for me.

LHStv. ÖR Josef Geisler
Sports Officer

Tyroleans are known far beyond the borders of Austria as sports enthusiasts and active people. And that is hardly surprising – after all, Tyrol offers perfect conditions for numerous sports in summer and winter. The trend is currently moving strongly in the direction of extreme and endurance sports. More and more people devote themselves to long-distance and mountain running. Extraordinary condition, meticulous preparation and great stamina are required here.
The 2,500 runners at the Innsbruck Alpine Trailrun Festival push their limits and impressively prove what humans are capable of.
With such high-profile sporting events as the Trailrun Festival or even the 2018 Climbing and Road Cycling World Championships, it shows that Tyrol also has a lot to offer away from winter sports. What could be more beautiful than exercising in the beautiful Tyrolean mountains?
I would like to express my sincere thanks to the organizing team and all the volunteers who make this extraordinary sporting event possible again this year. I wish the participants an exciting competition and good luck!

Mag.a Christine Oppitz-Plörer
Vice Mayor Innsbruck

Admirable performance

When hundreds of sports enthusiasts put on their running shoes in April to cover a distance of between 15 and 85 kilometers in one day, it’s that time again. Every year, when I read the announcement, admiration is awakened in me: admiration for the athletes who go above and beyond, pushing themselves to their physical limits.
Regardless of which distance the athletes choose – for me they all won! An event like the Innsbruck Alpine Trailrun Festival is not only about endurance, strength and willpower, but also about overcoming and perseverance. In addition, the solidarity and the team spirit are emphasized. These are precisely the factors that distinguish the running event.
The organizers once again succeeded in putting together a varied program. From the start number distribution to the “after-run party”, nothing is left to chance. I am convinced that a successful event awaits the participants and wish them all the best!

Photo credits: fotowerk aichner

Karin Seiler-Lall
Director Innsbruck Tourism

Within just three years, the Innsbruck Alpine Trailrun Festival has become an event that pays tribute to the alpine-urban lifestyle like no other. City, nature and mountains will be showcased at this event for participants and spectators alike.
In addition to the cool event format, the tourism value as well as the high added value speaks for us as a tourism association, as this year’s IATF has become even more international: 2,400 participants start from more than 42 nations and experience first-hand the diversity of the Innsbruck region.

Dr. Eva Maria Posch
Mayor Hall in Tirol

Our modern lives are often caught between a lack of exercise and an almost unmanageable range of sporting opportunities. At the same time, trail running is increasingly asserting itself as a particularly popular variant of sporting activity for a large circle of people of all ages.

The Innsbruck Alpine Trailrun Festival has been a very popular event for thousands of running enthusiasts for many years, who also appreciate the scenic attractions of our region. The unique route takes participants to the scenic highlights of our country. Hall in Tirol is a special highlight for the athletes with its course through the largest old town in western Austria and the start of the K15 competition at Hasegg Castle.

I would like to thank the promoters and organizers for their efforts and express my pleasure that Hall was chosen again this time as the start and finish location of the Innsbruck Alpine Trailrun Festival. Already now I would like to welcome all participants in our city and wish them a great sporting success.

Our

support

committee

We thank you for the support! Your commitment helps us to further promote the sport of running.

LHStvin Mag. Ingrid Felipe
Environmental protection officer, nature conservation officer

I am pleased that through the IATF in recent years has formed such a large trail scene in Tyrol, which pursues their passion with us. The special thing about the IATF is certainly the unique route with start in the city center, through the natural surroundings of Innsbruck’s surrounding communities and back to the provincial capital.
Due to the professional organization, the ongoing development and the sustainable implementation, the event has now made a name for itself worldwide and attracts more and more trail enthusiasts to Tyrol.
To move consciously in the alpine Tyrolean nature, to abuse the mountains not only as sports equipment and to protect the environment – that is trail running for me.

LHStv. ÖR Josef Geisler
Sports Officer

Tyroleans are known far beyond the borders of Austria as sports enthusiasts and active people. And that is hardly surprising – after all, Tyrol offers perfect conditions for numerous sports in summer and winter. The trend is currently moving strongly in the direction of extreme and endurance sports. More and more people devote themselves to long-distance and mountain running. Extraordinary condition, meticulous preparation and great stamina are required here.
The 2,500 runners at the Innsbruck Alpine Trailrun Festival push their limits and impressively prove what humans are capable of.
With such high-profile sporting events as the Trailrun Festival or even the 2018 Climbing and Road Cycling World Championships, it shows that Tyrol also has a lot to offer away from winter sports. What could be more beautiful than exercising in the beautiful Tyrolean mountains?
I would like to express my sincere thanks to the organizing team and all the volunteers who make this extraordinary sporting event possible again this year. I wish the participants an exciting competition and good luck!

Mag.a Christine Oppitz-Plörer
Vice Mayor Innsbruck

Admirable performance

When hundreds of sports enthusiasts put on their running shoes in April to cover a distance of between 15 and 85 kilometers in one day, it’s that time again. Every year, when I read the announcement, admiration is awakened in me: admiration for the athletes who go above and beyond, pushing themselves to their physical limits.
Regardless of which distance the athletes choose – for me they all won! An event like the Innsbruck Alpine Trailrun Festival is not only about endurance, strength and willpower, but also about overcoming and perseverance. In addition, the solidarity and the team spirit are emphasized. These are precisely the factors that distinguish the running event.
The organizers once again succeeded in putting together a varied program. From the start number distribution to the “after-run party”, nothing is left to chance. I am convinced that a successful event awaits the participants and wish them all the best!

Photo credits: fotowerk aichner

Karin Seiler-Lall
Director Innsbruck Tourism

Within just three years, the Innsbruck Alpine Trailrun Festival has become an event that pays tribute to the alpine-urban lifestyle like no other. City, nature and mountains will be showcased at this event for participants and spectators alike.
In addition to the cool event format, the tourism value as well as the high added value speaks for us as a tourism association, as this year’s IATF has become even more international: 2,400 participants start from more than 42 nations and experience first-hand the diversity of the Innsbruck region.

Dr. Eva Maria Posch
Mayor Hall in Tirol

Our modern lives are often caught between a lack of exercise and an almost unmanageable range of sporting opportunities. At the same time, trail running is increasingly asserting itself as a particularly popular variant of sporting activity for a large circle of people of all ages.

The Innsbruck Alpine Trailrun Festival has been a very popular event for thousands of running enthusiasts for many years, who also appreciate the scenic attractions of our region. The unique route takes participants to the scenic highlights of our country. Hall in Tirol is a special highlight for the athletes with its course through the largest old town in western Austria and the start of the K15 competition at Hasegg Castle.

I would like to thank the promoters and organizers for their efforts and express my pleasure that Hall was chosen again this time as the start and finish location of the Innsbruck Alpine Trailrun Festival. Already now I would like to welcome all participants in our city and wish them a great sporting success.

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