Saturday 19 October 2019
The Jenaer Kernberglauf features two races for children (1km, 2km), a fun run (5km) and two very hilly and challenging multi-terrain races (15km, 27km).
Held annually since 1977, it's a popular running event that attracts well over 1,000 runners every year.
All routes begin and end at the Universitätssportzentrum (USZ) in the southern part of Jena, a lively university city of about 110,000 people in the state of Thüringen (Thuringia) in Germany.
The 5km run is a loop in the Saaletal (Saale River Valley) whereas the 15km and 27km races take the runners up and down the Kernberge hills (pictured).
The course offers fine views of the city and the scenery is marvellous.
Runners are well advised, however, to stay focused as some of the trails are rather narrow, and the terrain can be slippery after rain.
- 19 October 2019 (Saturday)
Number of finishers 2018:
- 1km: 64
- 2km: 48
- 5km: 152
- 15km: 674
- 27km: 331
Map of the venue:
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