Challenging weather conditions, but happy runners: at the 9th Silvrettarun 3000 from 16 to 17 July 2021, 600 amateur runners and marathon pros went along a marathon route and the three trail running distances from Ischgl to Galtür, each ten kilometres shorter. NEW 2021: the 19.36 km long “LIGHT” route, which convinced over 100 runners. The run resulted in a total of 2,225 Euro being raised for the Wings for Life charity. Save the Date: the 10th Silvrettarun 3000 will take place from 15 to 16 July 2022.
On the weekend, the 9th Silvrettarun 3000 scores points with a new range of routes: With around 600 professional and amateur runners from 17 nations, the organisers of the 9th Silvrettarun 3000 on 16 and 17 July 2021 were pleased with the well-attended event. With a starting point of Ischgl and destination of Galtür, the runners could for the first time choose one of a total of four varied trail running routes, each with a distance of around ten kilometres. 143 runners with good fitness fought an exciting race through the impressive mountain landscape on the marathon distance (40.1 kilometres). They conquered over 1,814 meters in altitude - among other things, they crossed the almost 3,000-metre high Kronenjoch. The Medium route (29.9 kilometres or 1,482 meters in altitude), the new Light route (19.36 kilometres and 873 metres in altitude) and Small (11.2 kilometres and 306 meters in altitude) were also well attended with 144 medium, 115 light and 115 small participants. The total prize money was 14,000 euros.