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Ganghoferlauf Leutasch

A real classic. Also for skaters.

If you say Leutasch, you also have to say Ganghofer: for more than half a century, the Ganghoferlauf, Austria's largest, oldest and most popular public race, has commemorated the adopted home of the Bavarian literary legend.
 
With more than five decades of success and more than 50 impressive events, the cross-country race has long been known far beyond the Tyrolean borders: 25 or 50 kilometres in the classic style or 20 or 42 kilometres in the skating technique measure the traditional competition distances. The Ganghoferlauf is held as an official Euroloppet race and is also part of the Visma Ski Classics Challenger race series on both long distances.
 
Save the date! The date for the 52nd Euroloppet Ganghoferlauf has already been set: from 04 - 05.03.2023 countless amateur and professional athletes will once again be competing together in Leutasch. The Leutasch Ski Club, regional clubs and countless volunteers are already looking forward to truly impressive sporting moments. The countdown is on - you too?

Program

The programme includes races over different distances and in both techniques.

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Routes

The magnificent course through the Leutasch valley delights athletes and spectators alike. The programme includes races over various distances and in both…

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Cross-country skiing in the Region Seefeld

Snow safety and ideal training conditions for professional & amateur athletes.

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Mini Ganghoferlauf

The sporty kids start in a total of eight age groups from "Dwarf I" to "Youth II". Besides exciting racing experiences, the main focus is on…

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Accommodation in Leutasch

There is hardly anywhere else where nature and people meet with such respect and tranquillity as in Leutasch and its 24 hamlets. Genuine tradition and Tyrolean cordiality unite the people of the Leutasch…

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