Sunday 29 August 2021
The Fuschlseelauf is a 12k multi-terrain race around the Fuschlsee, a four-kilometre-long lake in the Salzkammergut region in Austria.
Starting and ending in the village of Fuschl am See, about 24 kilometres east of the city of Salzburg, the route is undulating and very scenic. The race is run mainly on forest trails and gravel paths. A couple of sections are on asphalt roads.
The course passes two notable sights—Schloss Fuschl, a 15th-century hunting lodge (nowadays a luxury spa hotel) that was used as a location for the 1955 Sissi film starring Romy Schneider, and the Bullen von Fuschl, a gigantic bronze sculpture of a herd of 14 bulls stampeding out of the headquarters of the Red Bull company:
Map of the venue:
Number of finishers in the 12k race:
- 2020: Event cancelled
- 2019: 440 runners and 16 walkers
- 2018: 344 runners and 6 walkers
- 2017: 423 runners and 10 walkers
- 29 August 2021 (Sunday)
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