Vienna (Austria), Sunday 14 October 2012

Kahlenberg and River Danube, Vienna (Copyright © 2011


Staged on the northern outskirts of Austria's capital Vienna, the Kahlenberglauf features an 8.6-kilometre uphill route to the transmission tower on the Kahlenberg, a popular hiking destination for the city folk.

The course includes about 400 metres of climbing and 90 metres of descent.

The start is in Kahlenbergerdorf, which is located on the River Danube, approximately eight kilometres north of Vienna's city centre. The route is on roads and trails.

Last year, almost 200 runners took part in the race. The top finishers were David Schneider (33:39) and Sandrina Illes (42:26).


Country: Austria

Venue (Map): Kahlenbergerdorf - Kahlenberg, Wien (Vienna)

Date: 14 October 2012 (Sunday)

Race distance: 8.6km (+406m, -90m)

Start: 10.00 at the Jachthafen (marina) in Kahlenbergerdorf

Finish: Kahlenberg (484m)

Entries: online or by fax; payment by bank transfer or credit card; late entries on the day

Entry fees: € 15/17/19 (until 31 Aug/12 Oct/14 Oct 2012)

Race centre: Pfarrheuriger (wine tavern) in Kahlenbergerdorf (8.00-9.00)

You get: "Startgoodie"; transport of personal clothing to the finish; snacks and drinks at the finish

Prizes: to the first 3 in each category

Changing facilities: at the Pfarrheuriger

Award ceremony: ca. 12.00 at the Pfarrheuriger in Kahlenbergerdorf

Number of finishers 2011: 187

Event website (in German):


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