The ultimate running event: The unique Tour de Tirol involves three days filled with 75 kilometers of running, including a nasty 3,500 vertical meters, through the lofty Wilder Kaiser Mountains.
Unique in the world, the grand Tour de Tirol navigates an Alpine three-day route in Söll, surrounded by the iconic peaks of rugged Wilder Kaiser Range. Now in its 15th year, the Tour de Tirol is an extremely difficult and highly competitive race. Not for the weak of heart, nor the weak of knees! All in all, the race course covers 75 kilometers and an elevation gain of 3,500 meters, and curves through some of the most stunning mountain scenery for three days:
- October 09, 2020: Söller Zehner (three rounds of 3.33 kilometers each along gravel and field paths and on paved ground), starting at 5:30pm
- October 10, 2020: Söll Kaiser Marathon (42 kilometers, 2,345 meters of vertical gain), starting at 09:30am
- October 11, 2020: Pölven Trail (23 kilometers, 1,200 meters of vertical gain), starting at 09:00am
New this year is the “Hohe Salve Ultra Trail“, a 75-kilometer course with an even nastier 4,000 meters of elevation gain. The Ultra Trail celebrates the 15th edition of the Tour de Tirol and begins at 04:30am on October 10, 2020.
On Sunday, October 11, 2020, upcoming runners can take the challenge of the Tour de Tirol Kids’ & Youth Run, starting at 09:15am.