How far could you walk in 24 or 12 hours? Find out at the Stoaberg March Long Walk that traverses the beautiful Loferer Steinberge Range in Tirol and Salzburg. Endurance is needed to achieve the mark.
Now in its ninth year, this 24-Hour Walk in the border area between the Austrian Provinces of Tirol and Salzburg is a destination race for experienced mountain athletes willing to test the limits of their resolve, mastering a vertical gain of 2,136 meters and a vertical loss of 2,015 meters. “Enjoy” an uncompromising 51k course of rugged and aesthetic beauty among Loferer and Leoganger Steinberge mountain’s lofty peaks and summits, valleys and canyons and bountiful wildlife and plant life. There are various aid stations along the course where beverages, food, massages and medical support will be available. The route starts in Hochfilzen in the Province of Tirol Salzburg and ends in Loderbichl, on the Salzburg side of the mountain. En-route, the course takes in Burgeralm Alpine Pasture Hut, Spielberghorn Peak, Soldheim and Lofer. For the first time in 2022, a shorter option is offered, the 12-Hour Walk.