Along the route, participants find several famous Single-track trails, like the renowned “Stangensteig,” or pole-climb, the Akademikersteig, or “Academic-Climb,” and the thrilling Sillschlucht, or “Sill Slide” which create an unique experience. The 85km supreme discipline passes popular attractions like the Umbrüggler Alm and Rauschbrunnen. The route is labelled and participants receive a route map as well as a GPX track of the different distances.
|distances||85,4 km||67,5 km||42 km||25,4 km||15,4 km|
|ascent||3.400 hm||2.300 hm||1.300 hm||1.000 hm||400 hm|
|descent||3.400 hm||2.300 hm||1.600 hm||700 hm||400 hm|
|UTMB®-points||4 points||3 points||2 points||1 points|
|start location||Innsbrucker Innenstadt||Innsbrucker Innenstadt||Natterer See||Innsbrucker Innenstadt||Hall in Tirol|
|destination||Innsbrucker Innenstadt||Innsbrucker Innenstadt||Innsbrucker Innenstadt||Natterer See||Innsbruck Innenstadt|
Distances: 85,5 kilometres
climb: 3.400 difference in altitude
descent: 3.400 difference in altitude
UTMB®-points: 4 points
THE TRACK: Our intense K85 separates the sheep from the goats even for confessed ultra-runners at the start of the season. Starting at 4:00 a.m., it is still quite fresh in April. You run alongside the Nordkette at sunrise on the narrow Bärenfallsteig singletrail. Absolute sure-footedness is necessary here(!). Via Völs up to Birgitz itis getting serious at the longest Uphill of all routes with 8km and almost 900alt. The sun should shine right now and you can enjoy the finest alpine panorama from the reservoir – the highest point of the route. On the Almenweg it is a technically downhill to Telfs, where shortly afterward the entrance to the next highlight awaits you: the Sillschlucht. Technical trails combined with rushing water and steep rock faces lead you to Innsbruck before you pass the Olympiabrücke to the next section. Together with the K65 and K42, the routing leads alternately up and down – the Nordkette always in view, until the over 700 years old city center of Hall is reached. Passing the last Uphill to the Enzianhütte, the finish line in the heart of Innsbruck is not far away anymore. Respect of who will master this route.
Distance: 85,5 km
Ascent: 3.400 alt
distances: 67,5 kilometres
climb: 2.300 difference in altitude
descent: 2.300 difference in altitude
UTMB®-points: 3 points
THE TRACK: Made it well through the winter and highly motivated for 2018? Why not trying the K65 Panorama Ultramarathon at the beginning of the season? The K65 combines the adventurous K25 and the versatile K42. The result leaves nothing to be desired and surrounds Innsbruck once completely, including the finest trails on the Nordkette, in the Sillschlucht, above Aldrans and Ampass and again up to Nordkette. The final awaits you at the last downhill to Innsbruck, from then on: smile and enjoy the last meters to the finish line. A trail for courageous people who want to pass the 60 + km distance, as well as for confessed ultra-runners testing your fitness after the winter – the finest panorama, wonderful trails, undoubtedly happy.
Distance: 67,5 km
Ascent: 2.300 alt
At the IATF18, there will be a NEW “couple rating” for the K65. The course will be run in a team of 2. When signing up, it is important to choose an IDENTICAL couple team name, as well as the tick for the couple rating. A team can consist of two men, two women or a mixed team. It is important that the entire course is ran as a pair and the couple cross the finish line together! If a team member decides to cancel the race, the other team member can continue the race in the individual evaluation. #bettertogether
distances: 42 kilometres
climb: 1.300 difference in altitude
descent: 1.600 difference in altitude
UTMB®-points: 2 points
THE TRACK: At Natterer See starts the K42 – a perfect trail marathon. After a relaxed start down to Natters you directly enter the first highlight: The Sillschlucht is right on the edge of Innsbruck and offers great trails, the free view of the “Bergisel Schanze” and first access to the city. Afterwards, you climb up to Lans and Aldrans with breathtaking views – Innsbruck, the Nordkette, dreamlike. The diverse up and down routing leads to the over 700 years old historic city center of Hall. Once the final ascent to the Enzianhof has been made, it is a “only” a final downhill to the finish line in the heart of Innsbruck. A trail marathon as it must be – exciting, very high share of runnable parts, woody & rooty, highly attractive!
Distance: 42,1 km
Ascent: 1.300 alt
distances: 25 kilometres
climb: 1.000 difference in altitude
descent: 700 difference in altitude
UTMB®-points: 1 points
THE TRACK: Gorgeous single trails, up and down all the time – this describes the adventurous K25 from the start in the heart of Innsbruck, to the finish line at the campsite Natterer See. After the start, you will climb to Hungerburg and enjoy the “Trail Heaven” – Stangensteig to the western end of Innsbruck. The “Kreuzweg” leads straight up from Völs to Götzens where you enter the last section guiding you through the challenging “Akademikersteig” to Natterer See. This is definitely an enjoyable route to enjoy. Compact, versatile – unique.
Distance: 25,4 km
Ascent: 1.000 alt
distances: 15 kilometres
climb: 400 difference in altitude
descent: 400 difference in altitude
THE TRACK: The K15 Rookie Trail leads from the over 700 years old historic city center of Hall to the Trailcity in Innsbruck via beautiful paths and trails along the Nordkette, perfect for all trail running beginners and fast runners. Gentle climbs to Thaur and the Rechenhof finally lead to the highlights of the K15 – the Mühlauer Klamm (Teufelsklamm) downhill and the unique finish line in the trail city in the heart of Innsbruck. A first step into the world of trail running as beautiful as it can be.
Distance: 15,4 km
Ascent: 400 alt
Along the distances there will be checkpoints with food and beverage for all participants. Here you can find refreshing drinks, fruit and vegetables as well as special treats from the region. At some checkpoints it is also possible to access restrooms.
Das mittelalterliche Hall in Tirol zählt zu den schönsten Städten Österreichs. Die eindrucksvollen Bauten der Haller Altstadt zeugen von der Vergangenheit als wohlhabende Stadt. Im Mittelalter war Hall durch die Salzgewinnung der bedeutenste Wirtschaftsplatz Nordtirols und auch die landesfürstliche Münzstädte trug wesentlich zum weiteren wirtschaftlichen Aufschwung bei.
Beim Innsbruck Alpine bahnt ihr euch euren Weg durch die malerischen Gassen der Haller Altstadt, wobei Hausdurchquerungen und Treppenanstiegen zu einem ganz besonderen Highlight zählen. Somit erlebt ihr auch einen Teil Tiroler Geschichte hautnah.