STUBAI ULTRATRAIL 2021
Can the ultimate challenge actually be improved? Yes, of course! And that's exactly what the Stubai Ultratrail has done every year so far, optimizing the tracks again and again.
At the fourth edition, which takes place on July 3rd 2021, under the slogan "city2glacier", runners will start their race as usual from the Olympic city of Innsbruck. The finish on the 3,150 m high Stubai Glacier, with the extremely steep final climb up to the "Jochdohle" in the eternal ice, is hard to beat all over Europe.
Again four different distances are offered:
From the 8 kilometre long STUBAI K8 to the 67 kilometre long STUBAI ULTRATRAIL K67 with 5,356 metres of altitude difference. In between are the distances of the STUBAI K20 with more than 19 kilometres and 2,138 metres of ascent to be conquered and the STUBAI K32 with almost 32 kilometres and 3,100 metres of altitude difference.
STUBAI ULTRATRAIL K67
The STUBAI ULTRATRAIL K67 is the ultimate challenge in the heart of the Alps. 5,356 metres in ascent and 2,796 metres in descent have to be mastered.STUBAI ULTRATRAIL K67
The STUBAI K32 offers runners the unique opportunity to run from Neustift to the Stubaier Glacier at 3,150 metres above sea level within one day - from the valley to the eternal ice.STUBAI K32
The STUBAI K20 is a trailrun that impresses with its scenic beauty on a total distance of almost 20 kilometres and 2,138 metres of altitude.STUBAI K20
Der STUBAI K8 Trail is a pure mountain run.
In total, 1,446 hard metres of altitude have to be mastered over a total length of 8 kilometres.STUBAI K8