10th Silvrettarun 3000: 15 – 16 July 2022

Results & Impressions

this was the Silvrettarun 3000 from 2022

Be part of the next Silvrettarun!

Save the date: 14 – 15 July 2023

Running stars from tomorrow

Silvretta Kids Run

All routes head up … high!

Whether it is the Small, Light, Medium or Hard route – the finest running experience awaits you on all four. Top sporting performance, coupled with impressive views? This combination definitely guarantees a decent helping of joyous Alpine moments!

Yet all four route variants have this in common – the start is in Ischgl and the finish is in Galtür. And in between? It is convictions and fitness levels that make the difference:

  • Small: The ‘Small’ variant takes keen leisure-oriented runners over 11.2 kilometres and 306 metres altitude via Mathon and Tschaffein.
  • Light: The 'Light' variant takes participants over 19.36 kilometres and 873 meters altitude via Mathon, Bergli and Larein to Galtür.
  • Medium: In contrast, for the ‘Medium’ route there are 29.9 kilometres and 1482 metres altitude through the impressive Fimbatal up to the Ritzenjoch to negotiate.
  • Hard: Whereas anyone who wants a very special challenge can choose the ‘Hard’ variant – and take on 40.1 kilometres and 1800 metres altitude, up to the Kronenjoch (Route shortening 2022).

Small, Light, Medium or Hard? Explore the four route variants, and get ready for your mountain adventure!

Minis at maximum speed - Silvretta Kids Run

When parents are lacing up their running shoes, the children don’t have to stay at home. At the Silvretta Kids Run the little ones get to show their mettle! On Friday, for four year-olds, the shout will be ‘on your marks, get set, go!’, as the little ones give their best: 

  • „Mini“: 450 meters
  • "Midi“: 1.000 meters
  • „Maxi“: 2.000 meters

Attention mini athletes! Are you just as quick as Mum and Dad? Find out all the information right now about the Silvretta Kids Run and register!

Finishing together

Team and group rankings

Things are more fun together – and that applies to running too of course! As well as the individual rankings, once again at this year’s Silvrettarun 3000 there will be team and group rankings. For the team event, one participant starts a section of each route. The times are then added up at the end and the fastest team will win. And the biggest group will be rewarded in the hiking cup event – irrespective of time and route!

Already thinking about getting together the best team? Find out more about the Team and group competition at the Silvrettarun 3000!

Austrian mountain running cup

The Silvrettarun 3000 counts towards the Austrian mountain running cup!

Running for charity

At the Silvrettarun 3000 you are not just running for yourself – you are also running a little bit for everyone who cannot. For every pro participant, five Euro of the entry fee goes to a charity partner ‘Wings for Life’ and is supporting spinal cord research.

The Silvrettarun 3000 was awarded as one of the most beautiful trail runs in Austria!

Award from HDsports.at, a portal specialising in running events as well as other nature-related sports and sporting events. 

Learn more: www.hdsports.at/laufen/silvretta-run-3000