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Route & Elevation profile

25 km and 50 km Classic

The 25/50km classic routes offer everything that the experienced classic racer could wish for. Sharp climbs and descents, interesting routes through the woods and all surrounded by the beautiful panoramas of the Wetterstein and Karwendel mountains. The heart of the course is the unique Plaik trail which, after the challenging climb, offers lovely descents and wonderful views. The stretch on the Wald trail before the finish line is also a sleeper hit for those who love classic trails.

The challenging classic trail can be taken once (25km) or twice (50km) as wished and is thus the leading discipline of the biggest cross-country ski classic in Austria.

 

20 km Skating

The 20km skating trail combines the loveliest and the sunniest skating routes in the Leutasch valley. Shortly after the start, the route takes the gradual climb on the Lehner loop towards Oberleutasch, passes the crowds at the Start/Finish line until the turning point at the climbs of the Moos skating centre and then heads back on the Alpenbad trail to the finish line.

 

42km Skating

The 42km skating trail takes in the whole Leutasch valley at an altitude of 1130m. Following the start the field will start to separate on the short climb to Lehner and competitors will pass the Start/Finish line in groups once again before heading down to the end of the valley in the direction of Unterleutasch. From this, the lowest point of the course, the trail climbs gradually and passes the Start/Finish line again to the highest point after Moos. Here at the skating centre there are two short climbs to master before heading back down into the valley via the new Alpenbad trail to the finish line.

 

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