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Glacier Marathon Pitztal

Glacier Marathon Pitztal

From the glacier to the city


Time: 08:00 Uhr

Location: Pitztal

Family-oriented, athletic and with an unbeatable course

The course of the glacier marathon Pitztal-Imst winds through the impressive mountain backdrop of the entire Pitztal valley all the way down to Imst, the city of fountains. Starting at the foot of the glacier, runners can enjoy the most beautiful impressions that Pitztal’s nature and mountains have to offer.

The starting pistol will be fired for the 14th time on Sunday 4th July 2021 at 8 am for all international top athletes, as well as local runners who wish to compete in this glacier marathon. The route is exactly 42.195 kilometres long and starts at the bottom station of Rifflsee gondola in Mandarfen at 1,675 metres above sea level and mostly leads downhill to the finish in Imst. Runners will conquer some 1,200 metres downhill and ascend a tough 636 metres.

Glacier marathon Pitztal facts:

  • Start: Mandarfen, bottom station of Rifflsee gondola / Wenns, village hall
  • Finish: Imst, sports centre
  • Distance: 42.195 km / 21.2 km / 11.2 km
  • Start altitude: Marathon – 1,675 m / Half marathon, Run & Fun – 999 m
  • Finish altitude: 790 m
  • Competitions: Marathon, relay marathon (4 starters), half marathon, Run & Fun

Book your accommodation for Glacier Marathon in Pitztal and enjoy a discount of 20 % on starting fee >> more information

Pitzi´s children’s run – sponsored by Raiffeisenbank Pitztal-Imst

Young running enthusiasts aged between 3 and 16 can also put their abilities to the test at Pitzi’s children’s run on Saturday 03rd July 2021 at Pitz Park Wenns. There will be a Pasta Party at Pitz Park in Wenns as well as late registrations and the allocation of start numbers.

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Glacier marathon finish area
Glacier marathon finish area in Imst
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