In July, energetic runners will make the pilgrimage to Paznaun Valley to enjoy a great workout with stunning views at the Silvretta Run 3000—and help to find a cure for spinal cord injury.
Starting in Ischgl and ending in Galtür, the course lures everyone, from top competitive runners, Marathon pros to less energetic running enthusiasts. Participants to the 9th Silvretta Run 3000 can choose to run four different courses, named Small (11.2K, 306 vertical meters), Light (19.36K, 873 vertical meters), Medium (29.9K, 1,482 vertical meters) and Hard (42.195K, 1,800 vertical meters). The focus of the race is the experience: the burn of high elevation, the striking colours of the mountain environment, and the reward of pushing your limits. For little ones, there’s the Silvretta Kids Run on July 16, 2021.
The Silvretta Run is part of the Austrian Mountain Run Cup—and participants help to find a cure for spinal cord injury: Funds raised from the Silvretta Run are donated to “Wings for Life” Spinal Cord Research Foundation (Euro 5 per runner).