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Int. Ganghoferlauf

05.03.2022 50 km / 25 km CT 06.03.2022 42 km / 20 km FT
Leutasch AUT AUT


Saturday 25 km / 50 km CT 9.00 am
  Mini Ganghoferlauf 1.00 pm
Sunday 20 km FT 9.30 am
  42 km FT 10.00 am

Track Profile

  • 25 km / 50 km classic

The 25/50 km classic track offers everything that the trained classic runner wants. Challenging climbs and descents, charming forest passages and the magnificent panorama of the Wetterstein and Karwendel mountains. The centerpiece is the unique Plaikloipe, which rewards the runner after a demanding ascent with beautiful descents and magnificent views. Also the passages on the panoramic trail and the forest trail are a worthwhile insider tip for classic runners.
The challenging classic track can be mastered either once or twice (50km) and is thus the supreme discipline of the largest cross-country classic in Austria.

  • 20 km Skating

The 20 km skating route combines the most beautiful and sunniest skating passages of the Leutaschtal. Shortly after the start you turn on the slightly rising Lehnerschleife back towards Oberleutasch, run past the many spectators at start and finish until the turn at the climbs in the Skating Center Moos and run back on the Alpenbad trail to the finish.

  • 42 km Skating

On the 42 km skating track you run over the whole Leutasch high valley, 1130m above sea level. After the start, the field splits on the short climb to Lehner and the runners will then come over again in groups at start / finish, before going down the valley to the end and to Unterleutasch. From the lowest point of the route it goes slightly uphill past the start/finish to the highest point to Moos, where there are two short climbs at the skating center, before heading back down to the finish via the new Alpenbad-trail


  • The Olympic region Seefeld is located on the south open high plateau at 1,200 meters above sea level and the 5 villages Seefeld, Leutasch, Mösern-Buchen, Reith and Scharnitz
  • At 1,136 m above sea level lies the charismatic mountain community of Leutasch, surrounded by a beautiful mountain backdrop and a unique natural landscape
  • The sporty winter highlight in Leutasch is the annual international Euroloppet Ganghoferlauf - the oldest cross-country ski run in Tirol, which is part of the European ski marathon race series "Euroloppet" and "Austria Loppet"
  • 245 kilometers of perfectly groomed cross-country trails (skating and classic) and additionally quality-tested special trails
  • Seefeld has hosted the World Cup Nordic Combined Triple every year since 2014
  • on 19.02.2019 until 03.03.2019 the region hosts the FIS Nordic World Ski Championships
  • Snow-sure tracks with the latest snow-making system that both amateur athletes and professional athletes use for training
  • Due to its ideal altitude, the Nordic Competence Center in Seefeld serves as a meeting place for the season preparation of many professional athletes and teams

Travel Information

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Arrival by plane

Airport: Innsbruck

Airport: Munich


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