Sunday 1 August 2021
Held every year in August in the Steiermark (Styria) province in Austria, the Bergmarathon Kainach is a long-distance mountain running race which is open to individual runners and three-person relay teams.
The 44km race features about 1,800 metres of ascent and 1,800 metres of descent, starting and finishing at an elevation of 542 metres in the small village of Kainach bei Voitsberg.
The highest point on the course is at 1,790 metres above sea level on the grass-covered ridge of the Gleinalpe (or Gleinalm) mountain range.
The route is a scenic loop through forests and mountain pastures, mainly on gravel roads and trails.
Runners can expect to add at least one hour to their road marathon finishing time. The time limit to complete the course is seven hours. It is not allowed to use hiking poles.
In addition to the mountain marathon, the event offers an 18.5km race for runners and nordic walkers.
Map of the venue:
Number of finishers:
- Event cancelled due to coronavirus outbreak
- 18.5km: 40 runners and 21 nordic walkers
- 44km: 174 runners and 27 relay teams
- 18.5km: 31 runners and 27 nordic walkers
- 44km: 103 runners and 28 relay teams
31. Bergmarathon Kainach:
- 1 August 2021 (Sunday)
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