The right track

for everyone

The right track

for everyone

Track K110 K85 K65 K42 K25 K15 K7 Nighttrail
Distance 103 km 80 km 61 km 42 km 25 km 13 km 7 km
Ascend 4,400 hm 3,000 hm 1,700 hm 1,600 hm 450 hm 350 hm 373 hm
Descend 4,400 m 3,000 m 1,700 m 1,600 m 450 m 350 m 373 m
UTMB® Points 5 points 4 points 3 points 2 points 1 point
Start Olympia World Innsbruck Olympia World Innsbruck Olympia World Innsbruck Kranebitten Kranebitten Hall in Tirol Olympia World Innsbruck
Finish Olympia World Innsbruck Olympia World Innsbruck Olympia World Innsbruck Olympia World Innsbruck Olympia World Innsbruck Olympia World Innsbruck Olympia World Innsbruck

Track description

Track

description

K110

Masters of Innsbruck

Distance: 103 kilometers

Ascend: 4,400 meters

Descend: 4,400 meters

UTMB®-Points: 5 Points

Track
  • Refreshments during the run (drinks, bars, Tyrolean delicacies, …)
  • Carbo loading voucher
  • Marked track
  • Track security by numerous marshals
  • GPX track
  • Personalized race bib incl. chip for timekeeping
  • Luggage depot at the venue
  • Finisher medal & online certificate
  • Medical care in the start/finish area
Track
  • Refreshments during the run (drinks, bars, Tyrolean delicacies, …)
  • Carbo loading voucher
  • Marked track
  • Track security by numerous marshals
  • GPX track
  • Personalized race bib incl. chip for timekeeping
  • Luggage depot at the venue
  • Finisher medal & online certificate
  • Medical care in the start/finish area

THE TRACK: What a premiere that was last year! The feedback from the runners was clear: Our K110 has got i all. Immediately after the start it goes into the wonderful Sill Gorge and up to Telfes, where the first aid station is waiting for you. Now you gain altitude up to the next aid station on the Mutterer Alm and the reservoir. Next comes a section that is considered a crux in spring and often could not be run because of old snow and avalanche danger: the Götzner Graben and the downhill down to the aid station in Birgitz. Through the Inn valley, the route leads to the Nordkette. Short, crisp and technical uphills and downhills await you here until you reach the Höttinger Bild aid station, where your drop bag is waiting for you. You will pass the Umbrüggler Alm, the Arzler Alm, the Thaurer Schlössl and the aid station Romediwirt. After the medieval old town of Hall, where there is again an aid station in 2021, you will reach the aid station at the Herzsee after a few kilometers, where you part from the K85 runners. The endurance test is the last uphill with 8 km and over 1,100 m ascend. The Zirbensteig high above Innsbruck is the well-deserved reward. Save some energy for the downhill to the new aid station Heiligwasser, before it goes further down towards Innsbruck and finally to the finish.

Distance: 103 km

Ascend: 4,400 m

Difficulty: Very hard

Start/Finish: Olympiaworld Innsbruck

Start time: Friday, September 10, 2021, 23:00

K85

Heart of the Alps Ultra

Distance: 79 kilometers

Ascend: 3,000 meters

Descend: 3,000 meters

UTMB®-Points: 4 points

Track
  • Refreshments during the run (drinks, bars, Tyrolean delicacies, …)
  • Carbo loading voucher
  • Marked track
  • Track security by numerous marshals
  • GPX track
  • Personalized race bib incl. chip for timekeeping
  • Luggage depot at the venue
  • Finisher medal & online certificate
  • Medical care in the start/finish area
Track
  • Refreshments during the run (drinks, bars, Tyrolean delicacies, …)
  • Carbo loading voucher
  • Marked track
  • Track security by numerous marshals
  • GPX track
  • Personalized race bib incl. chip for timekeeping
  • Luggage depot at the venue
  • Finisher medal & online certificate
  • Medical care in the start/finish area

THE TRACK: Also in 2021 we start from the Olympiaworld again directly into the wonderful Sill Gorge and up to Telfes, where the first aid station awaits you. Now we gain altitude up to the next aid station on the Mutterer Alm and the reservoir. Next comes a section that is considered a crux in spring and often could not be run because of old snow and avalanche danger: The Götzner Graben and the downhill down to the aid station in Birgitz. Through the Inn valley it goes to the Nordkette. From here, short, crisp and technical up- and downhills await you until you reach the aid station Höttinger Bild, where your drop bag is waiting for you. You will pass the Umbrüggler Alm, the Arzler Alm, the Thaurer Schlössl and the aid station Romediwirt. After the medieval old town of Hall, where there is also an aid station this year, you will reach the aid station at the Herzsee after a few kilometers, where you part from the K110 runners. Passing Aldrans and the Lanser Wald, the route goes mainly downhill on great trails to Innsbruck, where you have more than earned the finish at the Olympiaworld.

Distance: 79 km

Ascend: 3,000 m

Difficulty: Hard

Start/Finish: Olympiaworld Innsbruck

Start time: Friday, September 10, 2021, 23:00

K65

Panorama Ultra Trail

Distance: 62 kilometers

Ascend: 1,700 meters

Descend: 1,700 meters

UTMB®-Points: 3 Points

Track
  • Refreshments during the run (drinks, bars, Tyrolean delicacies, …)
  • Carbo loading voucher
  • Marked track
  • Track security by numerous marshals
  • GPX track
  • Personalized race bib incl. chip for timekeeping
  • Luggage depot at the venue
  • Finisher medal & online certificate
  • Medical care in the start/finish area
Track
  • Refreshments during the run (drinks, bars, Tyrolean delicacies, …)
  • Carbo loading voucher
  • Marked track
  • Track security by numerous marshals
  • GPX track
  • Personalized race bib incl. chip for timekeeping
  • Luggage depot at the venue
  • Finisher medal & online certificate
  • Medical care in the start/finish area

THE TRACK: Our classic – a whole loop around Innsbruck, always a pleasure. Not quite as demanding and technical as our longer distances, but a really nice ultra with lots of panorama: Immediately after the start you follow the wonderful Sill Gorge to Gärberbach, where it goes up to Natters and to the first aid station at Lake Natterer See. Freshly strengthened you enjoy the Akademikersteig shortly before the aid station Birgitz. As usual it goes shallow through the Inntal to the Nordkette. From here, the famous Stangensteig awaits you, which for us is the more beautiful running direction from west to east. Nice and flowy it leads to the aid station at Höttinger Bild. You pass the Arzler Alm, the Thaurer Schlössl and the aid station Romediwirt. The next kilometers to Hall are relatively flat and can be reeled off well. After the medieval old town of Hall, where there is an aid station again this year, you are back in the southern part of Innsbruck. After the aid station at the Herzsee the downhill towards Innsbruck already begins. Past Aldrans and in the Lanser forest, it goes mainly downhill on great trails down to Innsbruck, where you have more than earned the finish at the Olympiaworld.

Distance: 62 km

Ascend: 1,700 m

Difficulty: Medium-hard

Start/Finish: Olympiaworld Innsbruck

Start time: Saturday, September 11, 2021, 09:30 a.m.

K42

Trailmarathon

Distance: 42 kilometers

Ascend: 1,600 meters

Descend:1,600 meters

UTMB®-Points: 2 points

Track
  • Refreshments during the run (drinks, bars, Tyrolean delicacies, …)
  • Carbo loading voucher
  • Marked track
  • Track security by numerous marshals
  • GPX track
  • Personalized race bib incl. chip for timekeeping
  • Luggage depot at the venue
  • Finisher medal & online certificate
  • Medical care in the start/finish area
Track
  • Refreshments during the run (drinks, bars, Tyrolean delicacies, …)
  • Carbo loading voucher
  • Marked track
  • Track security by numerous marshals
  • GPX track
  • Personalized race bib incl. chip for timekeeping
  • Luggage depot at the venue
  • Finisher medal & online certificate
  • Medical care in the start/finish area

THE TRACK: Same Venue as 2020 also means, there is once again the same K42! We are hugely excited for all K42 starters that you can enjoy this great trail marathon, which has received the best verdict from the runners of all routes in 2020. After the start in Kranebitten it goes slightly uphill, but still fast to Birgitz to the first aid station. From now on it comes to a section of the course, which was actually only granted to the ultra-distances. The long climb up to the Mutterer Alm is not only demanding, but with the Götzner Graben a real highlight. Look forward to the great view at the reservoir just before the aid station on the Mutterer Alm. Then it goes on the Höhenweg around to the incredibly beautiful, technical and flowy downhill down to Telfes, where the next aid station is waiting for you. From now on it’s almost all downhill. First on the Stollensteig and later in the Sill Gorge. Please be especially carefull on the narrow, technical trails. Between the two trails, a last aid station is waiting for you on the ÖAMTC grounds. Afterwards, the only thing missing is the finish in Innsbruck. Smile and enjoy!

Distance: 42 km

Ascend: 1,600 m

Difficulty: Medium

Start/Finish: Olympiaworld Innsbruck

Start time: Saturday, September 11, 2021, 08:00 a.m.

K25

Trailhalfmarathon

Distance: 25 kilometers

Ascend: 450 meters

Descend: 450 meters

UTMB®-Points: 1 Points

Track
  • Refreshments during the run (drinks, bars, Tyrolean delicacies, …)
  • Marked track
  • Track security by numerous marshals
  • GPX track
  • Personalized race bib incl. chip for timekeeping
  • Luggage depot at the venue
  • Finisher medal & online certificate
  • Medical care in the start/finish area
Track
  • Refreshments during the run (drinks, bars, Tyrolean delicacies, …)
  • Marked track
  • Track security by numerous marshals
  • GPX track
  • Personalized race bib incl. chip for timekeeping
  • Luggage depot at the venue
  • Finisher medal & online certificate
  • Medical care in the start/finish area

THE TRACK: Same venue as 2020 also means there is once again the same K25! Again on Sunday, it leads from Kranebitten via the usual path in the regular running direction to the aid station in Birgitz. Continue on the original running route in the direction of Natterer See. Yes dear K25 runners, the Uphill to the Natterer lake is still part of the track. However, it is not the final sprint but only the last hurdle before the next refreshment – sorry. Afterwards it goes against the K65 running direction evenly in the direction of Natters and down to Gärberbach. We wish you a lot of fun in the beautiful Sill gorge. Technically not that easy, but the absolute highlight of the route. Caution is advised on the narrow sections. Afterwards, the only thing missing is the finish in the Main Venue at the Olympiaworld. Have fun! The K25 is definitely a cool track that invites you to really step on the gas. But be careful not to overpace!

Distance: 25 km

Ascend: 450 m

Difficulty: Easy-Medium

Start: Kranebitten

Finish: Olympiaworld Innsbruck

Start time: Sunday, September 12, 2021, 10:30 a.m.

K15

Rookie Trailrun

Distance: 13 kilometers

Ascend: 350 meters

Descend: 350 meters

Track
  • Refreshments during the run (drinks, bars, Tyrolean delicacies, …)
  • Marked track
  • Track security by numerous marshals
  • GPX track
  • Personalized race bib incl. chip for timekeeping
  • Luggage depot at the venue
  • Finisher medal & online certificate
  • Medical care in the start/finish area
Track
  • Refreshments during the run (drinks, bars, Tyrolean delicacies, …)
  • Marked track
  • Track security by numerous marshals
  • GPX track
  • Personalized race bib incl. chip for timekeeping
  • Luggage depot at the venue
  • Finisher medal & online certificate
  • Medical care in the start/finish area

THE ROUTE: 2020 has shown that the “new” K15 Rookie Trailrun lives up to its name and is a real nice beginner trail, which can therefore be run again in 2021. Like last year, the start will be on Sunday. The versatile route leads along the southern axis from Hall in Tyrol to Innsbruck. After the beautiful and atmospheric start in the castle Hasegg it goes uphill on wonderful trails, including great views of medieval Hall and the Nordkette. The trail portion tends to be a bit higher, like last year, but the K15 is still perfectly suited for all trail beginners who want to try out this wonderful sport. After the aid station at the Herzsee it goes past Aldrans and the Lanser Wald mainly downhill on great trails down to Innsbruck, where you can prepare for the finish at the Olympiaworld.

Distance: 13 km

Ascend: 350 m

Difficulty: Easy

Start: Hall in Tirol

Finish: Olympiaworld Innsbruck

Start time: Sunday, September 12, 2021, 08:30 a.m.

K7

Nighttrail

Distance: 7 kilometers

Ascend: 373 meters

Descend: 373 meters

Track
  • Finish refreshments after the run (drinks, fruit, …)
  • Marked track
  • Track security by numerous marshals
  • GPX track
  • Personalized race bib incl. chip for timekeeping
  • Luggage depot at the venue
  • Finisher medal & online certificate
  • Awards ceremony: prizes for the three fastest women and men
Track
  • Finish refreshments after the run (drinks, fruit, …)
  • Marked track
  • Track security by numerous marshals
  • GPX track
  • Personalized race bib incl. chip for timekeeping
  • Luggage depot at the venue
  • Finisher medal & online certificate
  • Awards ceremony: prizes for the three fastest women and men

THE TRACK: For 4 years the first highlight of the IATF: The K7 Nighttrail – our prologue – continues to enjoy growing popularity. He is the perfect introduction to an amazing trail weekend in Innsbruck. Whether it’s your last shake out run before Saturday, your first trail run with a headlamp, or your first trail in general – everyone is welcome here! The 7 km and 373 hm have everything your heart desires on this short distance: both gentle and steep uphills, technical trails, but also gentle downhills. All in the light of the headlamp. A short but real challenge at the very beginning of the trail weekend in and around Innsbruck.

Distance: 7 km

Ascend: 373 m

Difficulty: Easy

Start/Finish: Olympiaworld Innsbruck

Start time: Thursday, September 9, 2021, 18:00 p.m.

Aid stations

Aid

stations

 

Along the routes (K15-K110) you can expect aid stations with various drinks, fresh fruit and selected delicacies from the region. In addition, there will be a finish line aid station at all routes.

Restrooms are available at some designated aid stations.

Along the routes (K15-K110) you can expect aid stations with various drinks, fresh fruit and selected delicacies from the region. In addition, there will be a finish line aid station at all routes.

Restrooms are available at some designated aid stations.

Cheering Bus

Cheering
Bus

This year we offer all spectators the possibility to cheer on the participants of the distances K110, K85 & K65 directly at the track and to motivate them for the further kilometers. Cheering buses will run in hop-on hop-off fashion between 5 a.m. and 8 p.m. at regular intervals along the routes. The stops are easily accessible points where the runners’ aid stations are also located. This is the perfect opportunity to support!

To shorten the journey time, we have equipped each Cheering Bus with its own guide, who will be your contact point for further questions. As a bonus on top of the ticket you will get a meal at the award ceremony on Saturday, September 11, starting at 7:00 p.m., where the supporters can finish the evening together with the fresh finishers.

The ticket for the Cheering Bus is available at the merchandise booth for 24,90€. Children between 6 and 14 years pay only 9,90€ and children under 6 years ride free.

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