Sunday 13 September 2020 - Cancelled!

Gerlitzen as seen from the Strandbad St. Andrä at the Ossiacher See, Kärnten, Austria (Copyright © 2017 Hendrik Böttger / runinternational.eu)

 

The Gerlitzen Berglauf is an uphill mountain running and walking race held annually in September in the state of Kärnten (Carinthia) in Austria.

The course is 11 kilometres long and features 1,000 metres of ascent.

Starting on the northern shore of the Ossiacher See (Lake Ossiach), participants run or walk on asphalt and gravel roads up the steep slopes of the 1,909-metre Gerlitzen.

The route begins at the Talstation (valley station) of the Kanzelbahn, a cable car that runs from the village of Annenheim to the summit of the mountain.

The finish line is at the Mittelstation (middle station) of the Kanzelbahn, at an elevation of about 1,440 metres.

 

Map of the venue:

 

Number of finishers:

  • 2019: 135 runners and 42 walkers
  • 2018: 167 runners and 63 walkers
  • 2017: 184 runners and 29 walkers
  • 2016: 125 runners

 

5. Gerlitzen Berglauf:

Date:

  • 13 September 2020 (Sunday) - Cancelled!

Event website:

 

The Gerlitzen mountain as seen from the Alpenarena in Villach, Kärnten, Austria (Copyright © 2017 Hendrik Böttger / runinternational.eu)

Gerlitzen as seen from the Alpenarena ski jumping hill in Villach

 

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