The notorious Eiger stands at 3970m above Grindelwald and has been enthralling visitors to the valley for decades, most notably since 1858 when local Mountain Guides Christian Almer and Peter Bohren together with their guest Charles Barrington, reached the summit for the first time.

Eiger Ultra Trail

The race routes take in the most breath-taking viewpoints this area has to offer, passing through Grosse Scheidegg, First, Faulhorn (2680m), Schynige Platte, Wengen, Männlichen and Kleine Scheidegg, before tackling the awesome traverse along the base of the Eiger North Face itself. This Ultra Trail is a truly spectacular alpine experience for trail runners and all spectators.

E101 Ultra Trail

With a distance of 101km and 6700m height difference, the E101 is a mighty challenge to even the most seasoned of trail runners and the chance of winning the Mountain Prize at the Faulhorn summit should help provide a little extra motivation.

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E51 Panorama Trail

Although aptly named the Panorama Trail, the first ascent towards Grosse Scheidegg should not be underestimated. Once reached, the spectacular scenery along the route to Oberläger via First and Bachalpsee, the 360° panorama atop the Faulhorn summit at 2680m, and the views to the horizon on route to Schynige Platte, definitely compensate for all the effort and remain long in the memory.

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From July 27 to 29, 2018 Austria's highest mountain, the Grossglockner (3.798 m), is the place to be for trail runners and friends of mountain sports. DYNAFIT, Zell am See-Kaprun, Kals am Grossglockner und Uttendorf are happy to welcome more than 1500 runners from more than 45 nations at the 4th edition of Grossglockner ULTRA-TRAIL®

Grossglockner Ultra Trail

The races lead through a unique alpine high altitude landscape in the national park "Hohe Tauern". All tracks are mostly above 2000 m with passes higher than 2600 m (GGUT 110 in addition one with 2800 m). The trails are selective and technically demanding, longer experience in long distance running is a pre-condition for GGUT 110, experience in moving in high mountainous regions a condition for all races.

Grossglockner Ultra Trail 110 km

GGUT 110 km is a unique adventure in a fascinating scenery and landscape. The race means a major challenge for all trail runners: The track around Grossglockner with start and finish in Kaprun leads over 110 km and 6500 m in climb, crossing alp passes twice, leading through 7 valleys, 3 provinces, and along 14 glaciers, surrounded by 300 peaks higher than 3000 m.

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Kalsen Tauern Trail 50 km

Kalser Tauern Trail 50 km leads towards the 2nd half of Großglockner ULTRA-TRAIL® (GGUT), following vast the trails of the so called "Glocknerrunde" along Austria's highest mountain, the Großglockner (3798 m). The trails go through the scenic landscape of National Park Hohe Tauern, passing 2 provinces, 4 valleys, 4 municipalities.

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The North Face® Lavaredo Ultra Trail, a 120 km race with 5,800 metre elevation change which has been part of the Ultra-Trail World Tour, a circuit of the most famous international races, since 2014.

TNF Lavaredo Ultra Trail

It is one of the most scenic routes in the world and unwinds along the most charming trails of the Dolomites at an altitude of between 1300 and 2500 metres. Great champions will tackle this adventure and hit the finishing line in only 12 hours, but it is also a dream trail for enthusiasts who will have 30 hours to make it back to Cortina town centre.

Lavaredo Ultra Trail

The North Face® Lavaredo Ultra Trail starts from the center of Cortina d'Ampezzo, Corso Italia, with hundreds of headlamps that guide the athletes in their first few miles of running at night.
They come from all over the world for this incredible race that embrace the most spectacular places of the Dolomites: the Cristallo, the Tofane, Cinque Torri, and of course the Tre Cime. A long journey on foot which involves important athletes who cross the finish line in 12 hours, and fans who have 30 hours of time to get back to Cortina.

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Cortina Trail

The Cortina Trail is a race of 48 km length and 2.600 m+, starting on Saturday morning from Corso Italia in Cortina d'Ampezzo. The 1500 competitors have 12 hours of time to cover the circular circuit, which follows the first 10 and last 38 km of the longer LUT path.
A race for those who want to "break through" the wall of the 42 km classic marathon distance; a race to make closer to the mountain, and to the Dolomites, the trail running enthusiasts.

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