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Entry fee 2021

Entry fee 2021

Early bird* Early booker* Regular booker* Late booker* Last minute* Post registration*
Available until maximum 01.11.2020 30.11.2020 15.02.2021 13.07.2021 24.08.2021 08.09.2021
Remaining bibs in this contingent sold out

sold out sold out sold out 600 300
K7 – Nighttrail
€ 9,- € 14,- € 19,- € 24,- € 29,- € 34,-
K15 – Rookie Trailrun € 19,- € 24,- € 29,- € 34,- € 39,- € 44,-
K25 – Trailhalfmarathon € 34,- € 39,- € 44,- € 49,- € 54,- € 59,-
K42 – Trailmarathon € 54,- € 64,- € 74,- € 84,- € 94,- € 99,-
K65 – Panorama Ultra Trail € 74,- € 84,- € 94,- € 104,- € 114,- € 124,-
K85 – Heart of the Alps Ultra € 94,- € 104,- € 114,- € 124,- € 134,- € 144,-
K110 – Masters of Innsbruck € 124,- € 134,- € 144,- € 154,- € 164,- € 174,-

* All prices excluding handling fee.

Included services

Included

services

K110 K85 K65 K42 K25 K15 K7
Personalized race bib (until 05.05.2021) Personalized race bib (until 05.05.2021) Personalized race bib (until 05.05.2021) Personalized race bib (until 05.05.2021) Personalized race bib (until 05.05.2021) Personalized race bib (until 05.05.2021) Personalized race bib (until 05.05.2021)
Timing Timing Timing Timing Timing Timing Timing
Starter bag incl. partner goodies Starter bag incl. partner goodies Starter bag incl. partner goodies Starter bag incl. partner goodies Starter bag incl. partner goodies Starter bag incl. partner goodies Starter bag incl. partner goodies
Free carbo loading Free carbo loading Free carbo loading Free carbo loading
Participation in side events Participation in side events Participation in side events Participation in side events Participation in side events Participation in side events Participation in side events
Enjoyment of 110 km incl. 11 aid stations Enjoyment of 85 km incl. 10 aid stations Enjoyment of 65 km incl. 11 aid stations Enjoyment of 42 km incl. 7 aid stations Enjoyment of 25 km incl. 4 aid stations Enjoyment of 15 km incl. 4 aid stations Enjoyment of 7 km incl. 1 aid station
Digital track map and GPX track to download in advance Digital track map and GPX track to download in advance Digital track map and GPX track to download in advance Digital track map and GPX track to download in advance Digital track map and GPX track to download in advance Digital track map and GPX track to download in advance GPX track to download in advance
Luggage depot in the start/finish area Luggage depot in the start/finish area Luggage depot in the start/finish area Luggage depot in the start/finish area Luggage depot in the start/finish area Luggage depot in the start/finish area Luggage depot in the start/finish area
Finisher medal Finisher medal Finisher medal Finisher medal Finisher medal Finisher medal Finisher medal
Medical care on the course and at the finish Medical care on the course and at the finish Medical care on the course and at the finish Medical care on the course and at the finish Medical care on the course and at the finish Medical care on the course and at the finish Medical care on the course and at the finish
Finisher certificates for download shortly after the event Finisher certificates for download shortly after the event Finisher certificates for download shortly after the event Finisher certificates for download shortly after the event Finisher certificates for download shortly after the event Finisher certificates for download shortly after the event Finisher certificates for download shortly after the event
Live tracking via app or chip in race number Live tracking via app or chip in race number Live tracking via app or chip in race number Live tracking via app or chip in race number Live tracking via app or chip in race number Live tracking via app or chip in race number
Drop bag Drop bag

Additional Services

Additional

services

The Flex Option

The Flex Option

With the Flex Option you are always on the safe side:

No matter if you have bad luck with injuries or if someone gets married: with the Flex-Option you are totally flexible and can postpone your participation for one year without giving reasons or change your registration once for a shorter distance!
For only € 10,- you can cancel your participation until August 16, 2021 without giving reasons and you will get a bib for the IATF22*. In addition, with the Flex Option you can change the distance** ONCE until August 16, 2021. Simply click on the Flex Option checkbox during registration.

Free until November 30, 2020!

Especially in times like these we would like to give you as much planning security and flexibility as possible. That’s why we’ve decided to add the Flex Option free of charge with every regular registration until November 30, 2020!

* A refund of the entry fee is not possible. The registration is binding!
** the switch is possible exclusively to a shorter distance. The Flex option applies to the entry fee only, not to additional services.

The IATF21 functional shirt

Again, a real eye-catcher!

The official IATF21 function shirt can be conveniently booked with the registration for only 29.90€.

Already registered but forgot your shirt? You are still missing a shirt from our Austrian-Wildlife-Series? Just write to us at info@laufwerkstatt.at.

The IATF21

functional shirt

Again, a real eye-catcher!

The official IATF21 function shirt can be conveniently booked with the registration for only 29.90€.

Already registered but forgot your shirt? You are still missing a shirt from our Austrian-Wildlife-Series? Just write to us at info@laufwerkstatt.at.

Shuttle service

Shuttle service

Relaxed to the start!

For all distances that do not start directly at the Olympiaworld Innsbruck, a shuttle service can easily be booked with the registration.

Relaxed to the start!

For all distances that do not start directly at the Olympiaworld Innsbruck, a shuttle service can easily be booked with the registration.

Mandatory equipment

Mandatory

equipment

K110 K85 K65 K42 K25 K15 K7
Rescue insurance x x x x x x
Mobile phone x x x x x x x
Trail running shoes (grippy sole) x x x x x x x
Functional running clothes x x x x x x x
Drinking cup x x x x x x x
ID and health insurance card x x x x x x x
First aid kit (rescue blanket, elastic bandage & tape) x x x x x
1 liter of liquid x x x x
0.5 liter of liquid x x
2 bars (min. 500 kcal) x x x x
Buff, bandana or tube scarf x x x x x x x
head lamp x x x x
Foldable bowl x x x x x x x

Equipment check

Equipment

check

When you pick up your race number, all your mandatory equipment will be checked once. Please make sure that you really have everything with you. How the equipment check is easy and uncomplicated for you and us, you will learn in our video “How to equipment check”.

Attention: At the entrance to the start channel there will be one more spot check.

Safety

Safety

Insurance

The mountain rescue insurance is part of the compulsory equipment, so every runner must have it. If you don’t have one yet, you can protect yourself optimally against unexpected costs with the 24h mountain rescue insurance of our partner Nürnberger Versicherung. Accidents off road involve a risk that should not be underestimated and often have expensive consequences! Rescue from rough terrain can entail high financial burdens and the use of a rescue helicopter and a necessary ambulance transport are not infrequently associated with considerable costs.

What many do not know: Operations of this kind, especially in the field, often have to be paid for by the people concerned themselves. With the 24h mountain rescue insurance of our partner Nürnberger Versicherung we protect you from unexpected costs for only € 4.98!

You can find more details about the mountain rescue insurance here.
(rescue insurance general conditions of insurance, rescue insurance electronic communication)

Insurance

The mountain rescue insurance is part of the mandatory equipment, so every runner must have it. If you don’t have one yet, you can protect yourself optimally against unexpected costs with the 24h mountain rescue insurance of our partner Nürnberger Versicherung. Accidents off road involve a risk that should not be underestimated and often have expensive consequences! Rescue from rough terrain can entail high financial burdens and the use of a rescue helicopter and a necessary ambulance transport are not infrequently associated with considerable costs.

What many do not know: Operations of this kind, especially in the field, often have to be paid for by the people concerned themselves. With the 24h mountain rescue insurance of our partner Nürnberger Versicherung we protect you from unexpected costs for only € 4.98!

You can find more details about the mountain rescue insurance here.
(rescue insurance general conditions of insurance, rescue insurance electronic communication)

Shoe spikes

Shoe spikes

It is recommended to carry shoe spikes on the K110, K85 and K42, as crossing snow fields may occur. Depending on the weather conditions, we reserve the right to include shoe spikes in the mandatory equipment at short notice. Our recommendation: snowline Chainsen Light.
The shoe spikes can easily be pre-ordered during the online registration.

IMPORTANT: In case of snowfall, shoe spikes may be declared mandatory equipment for the K110, K85 & K42!

Emergency app

All runners should install the app “SOS EU ALP” of the control center Tyrol on their smartphone for emergencies, so that the mountain rescue can locate the respective participants as quickly as possible in case of emergency.

The respective links to the app can be found here: iOSAndroid

Emergency app

All runners should install the app “SOS EU ALP” of the control center Tyrol on their smartphone for emergencies, so that the mountain rescue can locate the respective participants as quickly as possible in case of emergency.

The respective links to the app can be found here: iOSAndroid

Arrival & Accommodation

Arrival &

Accommodation

Event area Innsbruck

Event

area

Innsbruck

Arrival

Arrival

By train

From the centrally located main train station in Innsbruck, it is only about a 15-minute walk to the event site.

You can find your timetable information here.

By plane

For all international guests, Innsbruck Airport offers the perfect connection to the Innsbruck Alpine Trailrun Festival. This is optimally integrated into the infrastructure of Innsbruck by numerous bus connections and thus offers all participants from all over Europe an ideal way to get there.

You can find your flight information here.

By bus

From the main station it is only a 15-minute walk to the event site.

The timetable information with all connections and departure times can be found here.

By train

From the centrally located main train station in Innsbruck, it is only about a 15-minute walk to the event site.

You can find your timetable information here.

By plane

For all international guests, Innsbruck Airport offers the perfect connection to the Innsbruck Alpine Trailrun Festival. This is optimally integrated into the infrastructure of Innsbruck by numerous bus connections and thus offers all participants from all over Europe an ideal way to get there.

You can find your flight information here.

By bus

From the main station it is only a 15-minute walk to the event site.

The timetable information with all connections and departure times can be found here.

By car from Germany:

Arrival from the north(toll-free route): from theMittenwald/Scharnitz border crossing in the direction of the B177 federal road, take the Zirl exit and then follow the federal road in the direction of Innsbruck.

Arriving from the east (via Kufstein): on the A12 towards Innsbruck Arlberg/Bregenz simply follow the highway towards Innsbruck and take the Innsbruck Mitte exit.

By car from Italy:

From Italy you drive over the Brenner Pass and exit at Innsbruck South. From here, follow Brennerstraße down into the city, turn right at the Grassmayr bell foundry onto the Olympia Bridge and directly to Olympiaworld.

By car from Switzerland:

Via Vorarlberg, you can get from Feldkirch via the A14, S16 and A12 in the direction of Innsbruck and take the Innsbruck Mitte exit.

Parking

At the Olympiaworld Innsbruck there are two parking possibilities from which the event area can be reached in a few minutes:

By car from Germany:

Arrival from the north(toll-free route): from theMittenwald/Scharnitz border crossing in the direction of the B177 federal road, take the Zirl exit and then follow the federal road in the direction of Innsbruck.

Arriving from the east (via Kufstein): on the A12 towards Innsbruck Arlberg/Bregenz simply follow the highway towards Innsbruck and take the Innsbruck Mitte exit.

By car from Italy:

From Italy you drive over the Brenner Pass and exit at Innsbruck South. From here, follow Brennerstraße down into the city, turn right at the Grassmayr bell foundry onto the Olympia Bridge and directly to Olympiaworld.

By car from Switzerland:

Via Vorarlberg, you can get from Feldkirch via the A14, S16 and A12 in the direction of Innsbruck and take the Innsbruck Mitte exit.

Parking

At the Olympiaworld Innsbruck there are two parking possibilities from which the event area can be reached in a few minutes:

Accommodation offer

Accommodation

offer

Booking.com

For group requests, the Tourist Information will be happy to help:

Tourist Information Innsbruck
Burggraben 3
6020 Innsbruck
+43 512 562000
incoming@innsbruck.info
hotel@innsbruck.info
www.innsbruck.info

Meet Innsbruck

Innsbruck

Innsbruck

Whether you prefer visiting a museum or a mountain escape; baroque music or the sound of cow bells; showing off your feet in high heels or wearing out your runners; Innsbruck indulges you with options. City life and mountain idyll create an exceptional blend of sightseeing and relaxing in nature, all within a short distance. Enjoy an Alpine urban world of wonder rarely found anywhere else.

Set against an imposing mountain backdrop, the historic city of Innsbruck is known for being a paradise for culture vultures and nature enthusiasts alike. It offers great hiking and biking adventures, mind-boggling climbing experiences, as well as amazing wide open spaces for unforgettable runs. With over 110 kilometers of trail between the Inn valley and high Alpine regions, Innsbruck is perfectly equipped for experienced trail runners as well as those new to the sport.

Innsbruck’s excellent public transport system provides the perfect way to conveniently get to where your trail run adventure begins. Free travel on local buses and trains is included in the Welcome Card. This free guest pass is available to guests staying in Innsbruck for at least two nights with any of our participating partners. On recovery days, we recommend using the Welcome Card to explore the region’s cultural sights and natural beauty by bus or train.

www.innsbruck.info

Terms of participation

Terms of

participation

The following is an excerpt from our terms and conditions of participation – the full terms and conditions can be viewed before completing registration.

The Terms & Conditions apply to all participants of the Innsbruck Alpine Trailrun Festival. Eligibility for participation is granted to those who have correctly registered their starting place with the event organizers.

Participation in the event using other sporting equipment is not permitted. Accompanying other runners with bikes, inline skates and other means of transportation is forbidden for safety reasons.

Your personal race bib may not be changed and the advertising print may not be hidden or destroyed. Your personal race bib must be worn visibly on the front of your upper body.

Instructions by the event organizers and staff must be adhered to. The organizers reserve the right to disqualify or expel any individual from the race, whose actions inhibit an orderly execution of the event or compromise the safety and security of the participants.

The organizers and staff reserve the right to deny entry or continuation of the event to any participant on the basis of health symptoms or risks that threaten the participant or other participants.

The event and contests will generally take place in all weather conditions. However, the organizers reserve the right to interrupt or cancel the event (e.g. due to severe weather conditions) or shorten or alter the route (e.g. due to snow).

The Innsbruck Alpine Trailrun occasionally takes place on public roads, therefore all runners are subject to traffic regulations. Every refreshment station offers the opportunity to prematurely exit the run.

The runner management team reserves the right to disqualify participants who disregard the rules and regulations of the Innsbruck Alpine Trailrun despite prior warning.

The K110, K85, K65, K40 and K25 contests will receive a race briefing. The exact time and location will be announced in the “Race” section of the website. Participation in the race briefing is mandatory for all participants.

Fair conduct and sportsmanship toward other participants and race staff, as well as toward other persons along the route, such as hikers and spectators, is a necessity for participation. Every participant is obligated to provide First Aid to injured persons and to notify the runner management team. If a runner is lost or does not arrive at the refreshment point at their expected time, the runner management team must be notified.

Each runner must carry the mandatory equipment on themselves, which will be checked when you pick up your race bib.

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