Sunday 21 June 2020 - Cancelled!

The Katschberg ski area as seen from Aineck (Photo: Copyright © 2020 Hendrik Böttger /


The Katschberglauf is a mountain running event in the state of Kärnten (Carinthia) in Austria.

The race course is 9.7km long and mainly uphill (+800m of ascent, -83m of descent), starting in the village of Rennweg am Katschberg (1,143m) and finishing at the Gamskogelhütte (1,850m), a mountain hut in the Katschberg ski area.

It's a very scenic route that takes the runners—mainly on gravel roads and trails— through rural areas and forests and through the ski resort on the Katschberghöhe mountain pass (1,641m; pictured below).

The downhill bus transfer from the Gamskogelhütte to Rennweg is included in the registration fees.


The finish line of the Katschberglauf mountain race is at the Gamskogelhütte in the Katschberg ski area in Austria (Photo: Copyright © 2020 Hendrik Böttger /


Map of the venue:


Number of finishers:

  • 2020: Cancelled due to coronavirus outbreak
  • 2019: 93
  • 2018: 114


17. Katschberglauf


  • 21 June 2020 (Sunday)

Event website:


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