Small, Light, Medium or Hard?

Routes

Rugged summits, glistening lakes and plenty of unforgettable views – you could barely imagine a more spectacular backdrop than the Tyrol mountains for a running event.

Whatever route you choose to explore this unique Alpine landscape while running is up to you. Depending on your fitness level and personal preference, the Silvrettatrailrun 3000 offers three route variants. Head up high in the "Small", "Light", "Medium" and "Hard" categories – each of which is peppered with special highlights!

Every route is a natural adventure

Beginners and leisure-oriented runners are best to opt for the "Small" route of the Silvrettatrailrun 3000. Over 11.2 kilometres participants tackle a total of 300 metres altitude via Mathon and Tschaffein to Galtür. The "Light" route takes participants over 19.36 kilometres and 873 meters altitude via Mathon, Bergli and Larein to Galtür. The "Medium" route is somewhat more demanding heading up to the summit. Spanning a length of 29.9 kilometres, there is more than 1400 metres altitude to tackle – and by way of a reward there are spectacular points on the route including the famous Ritzenjoch. The ‘foremost’ event of the Silvrettatrailrun 3000 is the mountain marathon. TThe "Hard" variant really demands everything from the runners over 40.1 kilometres (one-off course shortening in 2022) as they battle their way up a total ascent of 1,814 metres to the Kronenjoch.

11.20 km | 306 m total ascent | 76 m total descent

Start Ischgl Silvrettaplatz – Dorfstraße – Stöckwaldweg – Mathon – Waldkapelle – Tschaffein – Galtür – Finish Sports and Culture Centre Galtür 

Route condition in percent: Trail: 12,60 % | forest road: 68,30 % | asphalt: 19,10 %

19.36 km | 873 m total ascent | 643 m total descent

Start Ischgl Silvrettaplatz – Dorfstraße – Stöckwaldweg – Mathon – Inneres Bergli – Larainalpe – Tschaffein – Galtür – Finish Sports and Culture Centre Galtür

Route condition in percent: Trail: 31,40 % | forest road: 46,70 % | asphalt: 21,90 %

29.9 km | 1,482 m total ascent | 1,255 m total descent

Start Ischgl Silvrettaplatz – Dorfstraße – Tourist Office – valley station Fimbabahn – middle station Silvrettabahn – Bodenalpe – Heidelbergerhütte – Ritzenjoch (2.686 m) – Lareinalpe – Tschaffein – Galtür – Finish Sports and Culture Centre Galtür 

Route condition in percent: Trail: 21,70 % | forest road: 58,80 % | asphalt: 19,50 %

40.1 km | 1,814 m total ascent | 1,584 m total descent

Start Ischgl Silvrettaplatz – Dorfstraße – Tourism Office – valley station Fimbabahn – middle station Silvrettabahn – Bodenalpe – Heidelbergerhütte – Kronenjoch (2.974 m) – Jamtalhütte – Galtür – Egge – Tschaffein – Finish Sports and Culture Centre Galtür

Attention: In 2022 the route has to be shortened from 42.195 km to 40.1 km.

Route condition in percent: Trail: 40,80 % | forest road: 40,30 % | asphalt: 18,9 %

37.9 km | 1,727 m total ascent | 1,498 m total descent

Alternative route if the original hard route cannot be held (will be communicated in advance by the OC team):

Start Ischgl Silvrettaplatz – Dorfstraße – Tourismusverband – valley station Fimbabahn – middle station Silvrettabahn – Bodenalpe – Heidelbergerhütte – Ritzenjoch (2.866 m) – Lareinalpe – Route splitting – Panoramatalweg – Jamtal – Galtür – Egge – Tschaffein – Finish Sports and Culture Centre Galtür

Time limits

The safety of all those involved is the top priority! The time limits were introduced as a result of the experiences gained from previous events. These limits serve not only the entrants' safety, but also that of the safety attendants along the route.

The organising team reserves the right to change the time limits at any time before or during the race or to introduce an additional time limit.

  • Time limit 1: Heidelberger Hut: 10:15 am (only hard route)
  • Time limit 2: Jamtal Hut: 01:30 pm (only hard route)
  • Last finish: 03:30 pm
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