15th ‘Štanjel Run’ 2014

Štanjel (Slovenia), Saturday 6 December 2014

Štanjel and the Karst, Slovenia (Photo: Copyright © 2009 Hendrik Böttger / www.runinternational.eu)


The Štanjelski tek is held annually in December on the beautiful Karst Plateau which lies in the border region between Slovenia and Italy, near the Adriatic Sea.

Participants run 9km of a challenging route on gravel roads through the forests near Štanjel, a fortified hilltop village with a castle, terraced gardens, and many picturesque stone houses.

The route features about 120 metres of ascent, and the same of descent.

Last year, 236 runners took part in the race. The fastest finishers were Peter Kastelic (31min 31sec) and Lucija Krkoč (34min 32sec).


Country: Slovenia

Venue (Map): Štanjel (25km from Trieste, 64km from Udine, 86km from Ljubljana)

Date: 6 December 2014 (Saturday)

Race distance: 9km

Start time: 11.00

Start and finish: Lovski dom (‘Hunting Lodge’), ca. 2km west of Štanjel towards Komen

Entries: on the day (up to 10.30)

Entry fees: € 10

You get: a souvenir gift; tea and snacks

Prizes: trophies to the first 3 M/F; medals to the first 3 in each category

Number of finishers 2013: 236

Event details (in Slovene): filipides.com (out of date)


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