MOUNTAIN EMPEROR

July 25, 2021

FAQ

OVERVIEW

MOUNTAIN EMPEROR

KM

HM

DAY

BEGIN

36 km

1400 m

07/25/2021

09.00 a.m

 

PARTICIPANT INFO

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

- tested

- recovered

- vaccinated people

3G control

- - - - - - - - - - - - -

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.

Olympiastraße 10

6020 Innsbruck

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
Starterpaket-Bergkaiser.jpg
START PACKAGE WITH JOL SPORTS BAG AND DRINKING BOTTLE
 

Mountain Emperor

DATE: 20/09/2020 START: 09:00 a.m.Landestheater Innsbruck

 

ROUTE PROFILE / MAP VIEW

Route profile

Distance: approx. 36 km / 1400 m

 

 

ROUTE GUIDANCE:

Innsbruck - Kranebitten - Kematen - Sellrain - Gries im Sellrain - St.Sigmund - Haggen - Kühtai

 

Refreshment stations:

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),

 

 

 

IMPORTANT

ENTRIES

START NUMBER OUTPUT

TIME RECORDING

CLASSIFICATION

START - DESTINATION - AWARD CEREMONY - PRICES

PARKING - SHOWERS - CHANGING

FIND ACCOMMODATION

PERFORMANCE ORGANIZER

IMPORTANT

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.

 

 

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