Silvrettatrailrun 3000

Group- & Team Rating

To the finish together

Definitely don’t want to miss the Silvrettatrailrun 3000, but is doing a running event no fun on your own? In your circle of friends and acquaintances are there runners who are just as keen as you are, and do you want to celebrate victory with them?

How good is it that the Silvrettatrailrun 3000 also has a group and team ranking! Head out into a mountain running adventure together, give everything for the team and share unforgettable memories!

And who knows, you might even take home the legendary hiking cup for the biggest group! Reason enough to head to the start with your running-enthusiast friends! In the team event there are attractive prizes for every team of three that are fastest in the ‘Small’, ‘Medium’ and ‘Hard’ categories. One thing applies more than anything else – only together are we strong!

Group ranking

It doesn't matter whether you are a group of friends, a club or an organisation - you are welcome to start in a group at the Silvrettatrailrun 3000! The motto here is: The bigger the better! Because regardless of time and distance completed, the largest groups will be awarded prizes at the award ceremony. The only condition is that all participants in the group must be registered and actually take part in the run. Anyone who is registered on paper but does not take part in the run cannot be counted as a member of the group.

Have you already decided on your group? Then go ahead and register online! Please indicate the group to which you belong right away and pay attention to the exact spelling (upper/lower case, etc.)!

Team ranking

Who will be crowned the fastest team in 2023? In the team classification of the Silvrettatrailrun 3000 it all depends on the right combination! Each team member of the four-person teams, male or female, starts the race on a different route of the event - Small, Light, Medium or Hard.
At the end, the four times will be added together to determine the fastest team. You can register as a team by filling in a form directly at the start number distribution.

Who will run which course? The best way to find out which route each team member will be running is by looking at the overview map.