Join Tour de Tirol 2021
Tour de Tirol - 08th - 10th October 2021
The Tour de Tirol is a three-day running event in Tyrol. It all starts with the Söller Zehner. Continue with the highlight of the Tour de Tirol, the Kaisermarathon. The runners lay thereby 42 km predominantly by the ski world Wilder Kaiser back. The destination is the Hohe Salve at 1827 m above sea level. The conclusion is the Pölven Trail, again 1,250 hm to about 26 km.
Kaisermarathon Söll - 42km
The course heads west until it reaches the Hotel Alpenschlössl returning through the village centre of Söll (km 7,7), continuing on cycle tracks via Scheffau to Ellmau until reaching the Rübezahlalm, continuing on the trails passing the Jägerhütte and the Panorama restaurant Bergkaiser. On hiking trails to the Tanzbodenalm, from here on a less steep and descending route via Jochstubensee passing the Filzalmsee and on to the Hexenwasser (km 34). From the Hexenwasser continuing over narrow and steep hiking trails to the top of the Hohe Salve. In the case of extremely bad weather conditions, the organiser reserves the right to change the route from the Hexenwasser. The course is sign posted all year round. Slight changes may be made due to road or trail maintenance.
Pölven Trail - 23km
START/FINISH is between the Hotel Postwirt and the Hotel Feldwebel in Söll facing the Pölven, after 500 metres you turn right at the Hotel Greil, passing the Landhaus Strasser. Again turn right to the “Sunnseitweg” (gravel road), continue to follow the blue signs for the rest of the race which lead you eventually to the finish area.
Please note a 2 kilometre section of the course, in Bad Häring, is only open for the Pölven Trail on race day. It is a restricted area, normally only open for quarry staff.
The course leads you to the highest point of the Pölven trail: Juffinger Jöchl (1.181m), it heads steeply downhill, in the direction of the Gasthof Badhaus, along the “Sunnseitweg”, passing the Hotel Alpenschlössl, on to the Landhaus Strasser, from there heading down towards the Hotel Greil and it is only 500 metres until the finish line!
Registration closes on 03 十月 (301 days left)
You can, within 24 hours after your registration, get a full refund if you change your mind.
The TVB will gladly assist you with your accommodation search. All accommodation in Söll can be found online at:www.wilderkaiser.info
at the finish every starter gets culinary delicacies from the region
every 4 km is a food station with everything you need to run well
Kaisermarathon medals for all finishers, prizes for the 3 category winners. Only available at the award ceremony, they will not be forwarded to you after the event.
Luggage is labeled with start numberand can be picked up at the finish
Söller Zehner: One and a half hours after the start Kaisermarathon Söll: km 7,7: 60 minutes after the start (09.30), km 19,5 Rübezahl: three hours after the start (11.30), Hexenwasser (km 34,3): five hours and fifteen minutes after the start (13.45), Hohe Salve seven hours after the start (15.30) Pölven Trail: km 13: Two and a half hours after the start (11.40), four and a half hours after the start (13.40)
Follow the signs for the Ski Lift Car Park.
All participant pictures online at: www.sportograf.com
Water, Cola, Iso, mineral water, Silberpfeil Energy drink, bananas, gels, protein bars, salted potatoes, chocolate, ect.
Race results – Single-Use Chip. Tour de Tirol Starters use the same chip for all 3 days. Net time keeping.
the return transport takes place with the cable car. From the cable car to the start it takes 10 minutes
When and where can I collect my BIB/race pack?
you can hand in your package before the start and you will receive it back at the destination
How do I get to the race location?
by foot, by car or by bus start number issue, start, finish and award ceremony can be reached on foot
Can I change the distance after I purchase a ticket?
赛事信息可以在在赛事的官方网站或通过公开渠道找到。 总是以官方网站上的最新赛事信息作为参考。 如果有任何数据错误或遗失，请通过电子邮件告知我们.