From the Neustift village square runners continue the track along the valley floor for about 9 kilometres to Volderau, where the next refreshment station is located at the Volderauhof. From there, a steep 420 m altitude difference has to be overcome to reach the Bacherwandalm (1,663 m).
From this cabin on runners can expect gradiose trails which meander through the forest at an altitude of between 1,600 and 1,800 metres with views of the glacier fields at the end of the Stubai Valley. The route leads past the Falbesoner Nockalm (refreshment station) before it descends into the valley floor shortly before the Bänkenalm. The WildeWasserWeg is the next highlight waiting for the runners. On a paved gravel path participants run along the stream, past thundering water masses, up to the Grawa waterfall, the widest waterfall of the Eastern Alps. Just one and a half kilometres further on, at the valley station in Mutterberg, the last stage begins, which is once again a tough one and demands all the remaining reserves of strength of the participants - the final ascent to the Stubai Glacier.