The Schlickeralmlauf with its decades of history as a venue for numerous major events such as World and European Championships, is one of the most renowned mountain runs in the world.

The impressive scenery of the course is dominated by the striking Kalkkögel, also known as the North Tyrolean Dolomites.

From the start in the idyllic winter sports and Rosendorf Telfes, the course leads through meadows and woods, passes a torrent up to the Panoramasee, where the short distance - with start at the intermediate station Froneben - joins. Then the beautiful trail leads over the alpine pastures and through forests to the Kreuzjoch, where the finish for all runners is right next to the mountain station of the cable car.

The last meters over a steep ski slope mark the end of the struggle, before you can enjoy a view of the Stubai mountains that is second to none.

Long distance

11,5 km/1157 hm

Telfes - Plövner Loch - Schlickeralm - Zirmachalm - Kreuzjoch

Start Telfes 984 m

Finish Kreuzjoch 2109 m

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Short distance

7,2 km/749 hm

Mid station Froneben - Scheibenweg - Schlickeralm - Kreuzjoch

Start Mid station Froneben 1361 m

Finish Kreuzjoch 2109 m

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Here you can register online until Thursday, 25.08.2022
Late entries possible on Friday 15:00 - 20:00 and Saturday from 07:00 to 18:00 in the race office.


After the World Championships 1990 and 1996, the European Championships 2009,
the Masters World Championships 2014 and the 20th World Masters Mountain Running Championships, the 33rd Schlickeralmlauf in Telfes in the Stubaital will take place on 03.09.2022...


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