July 25, 2021
COVID 19 - MEASURES
According to current regulations, the 3-G rule applies to the Kühtaier Bergkaiser in 2021 !!
Access to registration / starting numbers issue only for
- vaccinated people
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Test possibilities in Innsbruck:
Test center Innsbruck / Olympiahalle or ice rink (antigen test)
Monday to Friday: 7 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Saturday / Sunday / public holiday: 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The short but very demanding mountain race from the state capital Innsbruck to the Kühtai at over 2000 m above sea level demands a lot from the athletes.
Although it is only 36 km, the 1,400 vertical meters have to be overcome. Every athlete is rewarded with a breathtaking mountain backdrop and a presentation ceremony at over 2000 m above sea level.
YOUR STARTER PACKAGE
START PACKAGE WITH JOL SPORTS BAG AND DRINKING BOTTLE
DATE: 20/09/2020 START: 09:00 a.m.Landestheater Innsbruck
ROUTE PROFILE / MAP VIEW
Distance: approx. 36 km / 1400 m
Innsbruck - Kranebitten - Kematen - Sellrain - Gries im Sellrain - St.Sigmund - Haggen - Kühtai
in the finish area
Luggage service & shuttle bus:
Luggage service (departure about 15 minutes before the start)
Shuttle bus with bike transport after the price distribution to the Landestheater (start),
START NUMBER OUTPUT
START - DESTINATION - AWARD CEREMONY - PRICES
PARKING - SHOWERS - CHANGING
FROM INNSBRUCK TO KÜHTAI
City meets country
The Innsbruck region consists of Innsbruck, the state capital of Tyrol, as well as the surrounding villages on a sunny low mountain terrace with a fantastic view of the city. To the west of it, there are beautiful places in the Inn Valley, which extend to the entrance of the Ötztal. Small villages, big nature: this applies to the Sellraintal, which ends at 2,020 meters in Kühtai. Finally, the Mieminger Plateau with "Tyrol's longest summer" and scenic attractions belongs to the Innsbruck region.