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Index

Overview KitzRunning

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KitzRunning.

Routes KitzRunning

: : 12

A life in movement.

Kitzb端heler Horn Mountain

: : 22

Routes KitzRunning Jochberg

: : 32

The walking paradise Kitzb端hel

: : 42

Further sports

: : 44

Detailed map and training diary

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170 kilometres, 23 routes and 11 starting points, these are the statistics from the network of trails that provide a unique running and Nordic Walking paradise in Kitzb端hel and the surrounding areas. Balanced circuits of various lengths and difficulty levels attract guests and locals to discover the beautiful scenery around Kitzb端hel.

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5,3 km, MEDIUM-DIFFICULT; Page 17

4,1 km, EASY; Page 16

HAHNENKAMM CABLE-CAR VALLEY STATION

STREIFWEG 4,9 km, DIFFICULT; Page 21

Overview

OBERNDORF HAHNENKAMM CABLE-CAR MOUNTAIN STATION

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ACHENPROMENADE | SPORTS PARK

KitzRunning overview. 14 MALERN-WALK

In the centre of the pamphlet you find a detailed pull-out map and a training 4,6 km,will MEDIUM-DIFFICULT; Page 31 diary for you to keep a personal record of your running and Nordic Walking SONNBERG-SCHLEIFE 15 training. 10,9 km, DIFFICULT; Page 32

9 HAHNENKAMM-TROPHY 8,5 km, (MEDIUM)DIFFICULT; Page 22 10 PANORAMA-HÖHENWEG 3,5 km, MEDIUM-DIFFICULT; Page 23

12 RÖMERWEG-RUN 10,0 km, MEDIUM-DIFFICULT; Page 28 STEUERBERG-LAUF 8,9 km, MEDIUM-DIFFICULT; Page 14 3

4 REITHER-TRAIL 11,6 km, DIFFICULT; Page 15

ACHENLAUF 13 8,2 km, EASY;

Page 30 Connection KitzRunning Jochberg

KITZ-CONNECTION 20 8,3 km, EASY; Page 40

11 ZUM HORN KITZBÜHELER HORN 7 + 2,5 km, DIFFICULT; Page 24

2 MÜNICHAU-WALK 4,5 km, EASY; Page 13

7 ACHRAIN-PFAD 7,2 km, DIFFICULT; Page 20

SCHWARZSEE

PFARRAU GANSLERN-RUNDE 6 5,3 km, MEDIUM-DIFFICULT; Page 17

ZULAUF RÖMERWEG-RUN 1,6 km, NON CLASSIFIED; Page 18

ACHENPROMENADE | SPORTS PARK

14 MALERN-WALK 4,6 km, MEDIUM-DIFFICULT; Page 31 SONNBERG-SCHLEIFE 15 10,9 km, DIFFICULT; Page 32

9 HAHNENKAMM-TROPHY 8,5 km, (MEDIUM)DIFFICULT; Page 22 10 PANORAMA-HÖHENWEG 3,5 km, MEDIUM-DIFFICULT; Page 23

BAUBERG-WALK 23 11,2 km, DIFFICULT; Page 43

CAR PARK WAGSTÄTT LIFT

17 PERLBERG-TOUR 8,5 km, DIFFICULT; Page 37

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HAHNENKAMM CABLE-CAR MOUNTAIN STATION

22 OBERHAUSEN-RUN 7,6 km, MEDIUM-DIFFICULT; Page 42

KEMPINSKI HOTEL DAS TIROL

5 STADTRUNDE 4,1 km, EASY; Page 16

HAHNENKAMM CABLE-CAR VALLEY STATION

STREIFWEG 4,9 km, DIFFICULT; Page 21

AUBERG-TRAIL 21 4,4 km, MEDIUM DIFFICULT; Page 41

RÖMERWEG

1 SCHWARZSEE-RUNDE 2,5 km, EASY; Page 12

ACHENLAUF 13 8,2 km, EASY; Page 30

JAGAWURZ-LAUF 19 7,0 km, DIFFICULT; Page 39

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FARM SCHERING

WILDALM-SCHLEIFE 10,6 km, DIFFICULT; Page 38

16

ASKARA-RUNDE 4,7 km, EASY; Page 36

KITZ-CONNECTION 20 8,3 km, EASY; Page 40

Connection KitzRunning Jochberg

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AUBERG-TRAIL 21

Overview : : 7


Running and Walking in Kitzbühel.

Control system and Classification.

The surroundings of the Schwarzsee lake and the unique rolling hills of the Bichlach area combine to form an excellent focal point, as does the magnificent area alongside the Kitzbühel Ache river. South of Kitzbühel we have another focal point in the form of the newly designed Jochberg running region.

There is a special guide system for runners and Nordic Walkers to monitor their speed and heart rate enabling everyone to find their ideal route without unnecessary hassle. Routes for running, mountain running and Nordic Walking are provided using the “Laufland Tirol” guide system. This self developed 2-board system consists of direction and distance boards, providing directional information, route length, difficulty of the route and the exact distance in kilometres that the run has covered in the sections up to that point. This enables each runner, or Nordic Walker, to check that they are keeping within their own individual speed and heart rate limits as determined in medical check-ups.

Mountain running trails on the famous Hahnenkamm ski area and those on the Kitzbüheler Horn complete the range of quality trails. From complete beginners, through to seasoned ambitious athletes, anyone who is keen on exercise will certainly get real value for their money.

KitzRunning

KitzRunning

km Schwarzsee-Runde: 2,5 2,4 km

Jochberg

1

Schwarzsee-Runde: 2,5 2,4 km

Jochberg

km Jagawurz-Lauf: 7,0 km

1

Jagawurz-Lauf: 7,0 km

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Track Classification The routes in Kitzbühel and Jochberg meet the “Laufland Tirol“ requirements of the Tirolean Provincial Government and Tirol Marketing. These requirements guarantee that the selected routes are of a high quality and are checked, signposted and classified appropriately by experts. Blue arrow + icons = EASY The blue classified routes are gentle routes that are designed to be suitable for beginner and slightly more advanced runners and Nordic Walkers. Red arrow + icons = MEdIUM dIFFIcULT The red classified routes are slightly more undulating routes that are designed to be suitable for advanced runners and Nordic Walkers with performance orientated goals. Black arrow + icons = dIFFIcULT The black classified routes are challenging, undulating routes that are designed to be suitable for performance orientated runners and Nordic Walkers with an established training programme in place. Grey arrow + icons The grey classified routes are non-classified running and Nordic walking routes. Also suitable as a winter route.

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Ready, set, go!


SchwarzseeRunde

MünichauWalk

01

02

: : Start Schwarzsee : : Route length 2,5 km : : Elevation gain 17m : : Level easy

: : Start Schwarzsee : : Route length 4,5 km : : Elevation gain 51 m : : Level easy

Schwarzsee-Runde

Münichau-Walk

A short and extremely popular running and Nordic Walking circuit around one of the most beautiful moorland lakes in the Alpine region.

A short flat circuit that you can run back-to-back.

The Schwarzsee-Runde starts from the Schwarzsee car park, heading east alongside the lake, initially on tarmac, but soon changes to gravel, then meadow and forest trails. After around 1 km you arrive at the Kitzbühel forest mile, where there are various drills available to add variety to your training. The path takes a route directly alongside the lake, partly on boardwalks and partly on gravel paths whilst travelling through the superb moorland and lakeside areas. Continuing alongside the west bank and over an adjacent hill takes you back to the starting point.

The Münichau-Walk circuit begins at the Schwarzsee car park, starting on the track to the western side, where you cross over the road and head towards the Golf Club Kitzbühel-Schwarzsee, an idyllic golf course in a stunning location. The track continues on the flat section to Münichau, passing by Münichau Castle. Following a short uphill section, your return journey to lake Schwarzsee is via the gentle forest tracks, arriving back at the starting point, finding yourself in familiar surroundings once again.

Underfoot: Forest and gravel paths, tarmac, boardwalks

Underfoot: Tarmac, forest paths

2471 m

17 m

9 m

6 %

7 m/km

0,5 %

793 m

781 m

1000

4504 m

900

23 m

12 %

11 m/km

1 %

813 m

770 m

900 Start forest mile Kitzbühel

Golf Club Schwarzsee 793 m

800 Start Schwarzsee Car Park 700 781 m

600

51 m

1000

0

1

Finish Schwarzsee Car Park 781 m

2 2,5 km 3

Route length in metres

12 : :

781 m

Schwarzsee

Münichau

800 Start Schwarzsee Car Park 700 781 m

4

Total metres climbed

5

6

7

8

Longest continuous climb in metres

9

10

11

12

Maximum gradient in percent

600

0

1

813 m

Finish 770 m Schwarzsee Car Park 781 m

2

Average climbed per km

3

4

4,5 km 5

6

Average gradient in percent

7

8

9

Highest point

10

11

12

Lowest point

: : 13


SteuerbergLauf

Reither-Trail

03

04

: : Start Schwarzsee : : Route length 8,9 km : : Elevation gain 149 m : : Level medium difficult

: : Start Schwarzsee : : Route length 11,6 km : : Elevation gain 245 m : : Level difficult

Steuerberg-Lauf

Reither-Trail

A mid-length route exploring the hilly scenery of the Bichlach area alongside three wonderful lakes.

A long and varied circuit set within beautiful scenery – but you need to be fit and sure-footed.

The route initially runs parallel to the Schwarzsee-Runde, alongside the north bank of lake Schwarzsee, before heading east towards Steuerberg via a steep forest track that has a few switchbacks. Following the flat ridges of the Steuerberg the path then descends to run alongside two lakes, the Vogelsberg Weiher and the Gieringer Weiher. In the summer you can bathe at ‘Waldbad Gieringer Weiher’, where dogs are also allowed! A brief climb takes you up into the hamlet of Giering before descending to Münichau and heading back towards the familiar starting point at lake Schwarzsee.

The diverse Reither-Trail begins at lake Schwarzsee, heading north through the unique hilly landscape of Bichlach, where several hills of varying gradient need to be negotiated, all of them with impressive panoramic views of the Wilder Kaiser mountain range. Following a brief, but steep descent, the route traverses the Reither Ache river and with relatively little change in altitude, travels through wonderful forest and meadow paths, through Reith bei Kitzbühel and back to the starting point at lake Schwarzsee.

Underfoot: Forest and gravel paths, tarmac, forest paths

Underfoot: Forest and meadow paths, narrow steep tracks, tarmac

8882 m

1000

149 m

45 m

14 %

17 m/km

832 m

769 m

Vogelsberg Pond

900 Start forest mile Kitzbühel

Steuerberg

0

1

Route length in metres

14 : :

3

4

Total metres climbed

5

43 m

7

21 m/km

8

8,9 km 9

Longest continuous climb in metres

1,2 %

876 m

739 m

876 m

Reith bei Kitzbühel

800 Finish 769 m Schwarzsee Car Park 781 m

6

22 %

Rettenberg

832 m

Fountain

2

245 m

Münichau

Münichau

Start Schwarzsee 700 Car Park 781 m

11627 m

1000

900

Gieringer Pond

800

600

0,7 %

Kramat

Finish 739 m Schwarzsee Car Park 781 m

Start 700 Schwarzsee Car Park 781 m

10

11

12

Maximum gradient in percent

600

0

1

2

Average climbed per km

3

4

5

6

Average gradient in percent

7

8

9

Highest point

10

11 11,6 km 12

Lowest point

: : 15


Stadtrunde

GanslernRunde

05

06

: : Start Pfarrau : : Route length 4,1 km : : Elevation gain 28 m : : Level easy

: : Start Pfarrau : : Route length 5,3 km : : Elevation gain 166 m : : Level medium difficult

Stadtrunde

Ganslern-Runde

A short, centrally located route, connected to the KitzRunning network which also offers some individual routes.

A mid length route of medium difficulty that incorporates the famous Kitzbühel World Cup-ski pistes.

Starting from the Pfarrau car park, the Stadtrunde travels clockwise around the town centre of Kitzbühel. There are two further KitzRunning starting points at the Achenpromenade / Sportpark and at the Hahnenkamm Cable Car valley station. This gives everyone the chance to run or walk on one of the routes which start there. The Stadtrunde is an ideal route for anyone, who would like to ‘do a lap’ by themselves in the snow or when it is dark.

Starting from the Pfarrau car park the Ganslern-Runde begins on flat terrain heading west towards lake Schwarzsee. At the Schwarzsee railway station the route travels underneath the railway line and then crosses the main road, keeping to the forest path at the edge of the forest at all times, in an undulating, easterly direction. The trail encounters a brief steep section on the open meadows near the lift for the legendary Streif slalom ski run, which you head past travelling in an easterly direction. Further on, the Ganslern-Runde heads down towards the valley station of the Hahnenkamm Cable Car and back to the starting point. Underfoot: Forest and meadow paths, tarmac, forest roads

Underfoot: Tarmac 4051 m

1000

28 m

12 m

8 %

7 m/km

0,6 %

771 m

748 m

5322 m

1000

166 m

69 m

26 %

31 m/km

2,6 %

900 m

764 m

Ganslern Hang 900

900

Parish Church 800

Sports Park

600

0

1

2

Route length in metres

16 : :

Start Pfarrau 700 Car Park 765 m

Finish 748 m Pfarrau Car Park 765 m

Start 700 Pfarrau Car Park 765 m

3

4 4,1 km

Total metres climbed

Hahnenkamm Cable Car

800

771 m

5

6

7

8

Longest continuous climb in metres

9

10

11

12

Maximum gradient in percent

600

900 m

Streif Final Run-In

Station Schwarzsee

Hahnenkamm Cable Car

0

Finish Pfarrau Car Park 765 m

1

2

Average climbed per km

3

4

5

764 m

5,3 km 6

Average gradient in percent

7

8

9

Highest point

10

11

12

Lowest point

: : 17


Achrain-Pfad

Streifweg

07

08

: : Start Pfarrau : : Route length 7,2 km : : Elevation gain 176 m : : Level difficult

: : Start Valley station : : Route length 4,9 km : : Elevation gain 876 m : : Level medium difficult

Achrain-Pfad

Streifweg

Town – country – lake, a circuit that really has everything to offer.

A hard mountain run designed for very fit athletes, alongside the hardest ski-run in the world.

Starting from the Pfarrau car park, the route heads towards Kitzbühel, but at the parish church it turns left up towards the foot of the Lebenberg and carries on to the hamlet of Achrain. The path takes a route between sunny meadows and shaded forest sections with different gradients and slopes to the west of Steuerberg. The Achrain-Pfad then takes a wide loop towards lake Schwarzsee, travelling along the eastern side. From there the route remains flat and travels through more magnificent meadows on its return to the starting point at the Pfarrau car park.

Starting point at the valley station of the Hahnenkamm Cable Car you travel in a south-westerly direction alongside the classic Streif ski run, passing the famous Hausbergkante and Lärchenschuss sections, before reaching a narrow section, that is very steep in parts, leading up to the Seidlalm. Following the Seidlalm jump, the Streifweg continues on a somewhat flatter terrain, parallel to the old forest schuss, before once again incorporating some very steep sections above the Steilhang. With the Mausefalle in sight, you know are finally nearing the finish in the vicinity of the mountain station of the Hahnenkamm Cable Car. Underfoot: Forest, steep mountain paths, tarmac

Underfoot: Forest roads, forest and meadow paths, tarmac 7237 m

1000

176 m

58 m

24 %

24 m/km

0,9 %

823 m

756 m

4916 m

1700

876 m

876 m

38 %

178 m/km

17,8 %

1649 m

773 m

1649 m Steilhang

1500

900 Lebenberg

Hausbergkante

Start 700 Pfarrau Car Park 765 m

0

Finish Pfarrau Car Park 765 m

1

2

Route length in metres

18 : :

3

4

Total metres climbed

5

Finish Hahnenkammbahn mountain station 1649 m

Seidlalm

1300

823 m

Schwarzsee

800

600

Alte Schneise

Hintersteuerberg

Achrain

6

1100 Start Hahnenkammbahn valley station 900 773 m

756 m

7 7,2 km

8

Longest continuous climb in metres

9

10

11

12

Maximum gradient in percent

700

Fountain

773 m 0

1

2

Average climbed per km

3

4

4,9 km 5

6

Average gradient in percent

7

8

9

Highest point

10

11

12

Lowest point

: : 19


Hahnenkamm Trophy

PanoramaHรถhenweg

09

10

: : Start Valley station : : Route length 8,5 km : : Elevation gain 890 m : : Level (medium) difficult

: : Start Mountain station : : Route length 3,5 km : : Elevation gain 161 m : : Level medium difficult

Hahnenkamm-Trophy

Panorama-Hรถhenweg

A route, for a longer mountain run, that is not excessively steep, travelling along the Ehrenbach to the Hahnenkamm.

A unique circuit with a breathtaking panoramic views offering architectural highlights of the work of Alfons Walde at an altitude of between 1.650 and 1.800 m.

From the starting point near the valley station of the Hahnenkamm Cable Car, the route initially runs parallel to the Streifweg route, before heading south east on the forest paths above the idyllically located Einsiedelei, heading towards the Ehrenbach. It continues on above the stream, albeit mostly in the forest, past the Ehrenbach chapel up to the Melkalm. Heading north via the open Alpine meadows you arrive at your destination near the mountain station of the Hahnenkamm Cable Car.

Starting from the mountain station of the Hahnenkamm Cable Car this wonderful Alpine circuit travels past the start house of the Hahnenkamm downhill ski run on the north-westerly edge of the Hahnenkamm over towards the Ehrenbachhรถhe. On the way you pass by the small but pretty Bernhard chapel and after a brief steep section, you reach the Speichersee with its stunning panoramic views. At the mountain station of the Fleckalmbahn Cable Car, you turn round in a loop and find yourself on the other side, heading back towards the Hahnenkamm Cable Car.

Underfoot: Forest paths, tarmac

Underfoot: wide gravel paths

8481 m

1700

890 m

452 m

28 %

105 m/km

10,4 %

1651 m

773 m

1651 m

3461 m

2000

Ehrenbach Chapel

1300

Finish Hahnenkammbahn mountain station 1649 m

1600 Start / Finish Hahnenkammbahn mountain station 1649 m 1400

1100 Start Hahnenkammbahn valley station 900 773 m

1

2

Route length in metres

20 : :

24 %

47 m/km

4,3 %

1795 m

1645 m

1795 m

Fountain

1645 m

1200 773 m

0

Bernhard Chapel

1800

Hermitage

700

133 m

Ehrenbachhรถhe

Melkalm 1500

161 m

3

4

Total metres climbed

5

6

7

8

8,5 km 9

Longest continuous climb in metres

10

11

12

Maximum gradient in percent

1000

0

1

2

Average climbed per km

3

3,5 km 4

5

6

Average gradient in percent

7

8

9

Highest point

10

11

12

Lowest point

: : 21


Kitzbüheler Horn

11

: : Start Höglern : : Route length 9,5 km : : Elevation gain 1210 m : : Level difficult

Kitzbüheler Horn

Kitzbüheler Horn Austria’s steepest mountain for road cycling...

A 1.200 vertical metre gain in altitude to the summit and an 865 vertical metre gain in altitude. Along the smooth asphalt Panoramastrasse toll road there are countless curves and sweeps along the way taking you up Kitzbühel’s landmark mountain. In many legendary races, on foot and by bicycle, many athletes have pitted themselves against one another on this demanding mountain route. After 7 km you arrive at the Alpenhaus restaurant, the finish are for many of the legendary races. However for those who haven’t had enough and have the energy and stamina for more, it is possible to ride or to run even further – up to the Horngipfel summit at an altitude of 1.996 m! You can travel back to the valley from both of the finish points with the Hornbahn Cable Car or the Horngipfel Cable Car. Underfoot: Tarmac 9473 m

2000

1210 m

1210 m 36 %

128 m/km

12,8 %

1996 m

The climb up the Kitzbüheler Horn is classified as the steepest road in Austria and the Panoramastrasse is one of the most difficult sports mountain roads in the world. The climb is relentless and one section in particular has an extreme gradient of up to 22.3% and combined with the sunny location, this makes it an extraordinarily tough climb. Although the 7.5 km route with altitude difference of 920 vertical metres means that the route to the Alpenhaus is statistically below those of the famous mountains encountered in the Tour de France, it is far steeper and tougher than any of them. Those succeeding in following the route all the way to the peak of the Kitzbüheler Horn will struggle to find another road in the Alps that is comparable to the, “Horn”.

791 m

1996 m

1800

Arrival point Alpenhaus

1600

Finish Hornbahn mountain station 1996 m

1400 1200 Start 1000 Timing „Höglern“ 791 m 800 791 m 600

0

22 : :

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

9,5 km 10

11

12

: : 23


How do you measure up against the stars? Acknowledged as one of the most legendary mountain roads in the Alps, the Kitzbüheler Horn has had a permanent time measurement feature in place since the summer of 2009. The distance from the start line at, “Höglern”, at 791m, just above the “Römerweg” to the Alpenhaus at 1.670m can be completed in around 30 minutes by world class professional cyclists and runners, with amateur athletes requiring perhaps 50 minutes. There is an incentive to take part in an unofficial race with friends, acquaintances or the stars by entering the annual Kitzbüheler Horn rankings at the Alpenhaus. Running legend Jonathan Wyatt, photo: Gerald Habisohn

RUNNING

CYCLING

Men 55:58, Jonathan Wyatt (NZE) 2000 Women 1:07:31, Melissa Moon (NZE) 2001 Road Running Record Kitzbühel centre (800m) – Kitzbüheler Horn peak (2000m)

Men 28:24, Thomas Rohregger (AUT) 2007 Women 39:20, Karin Gruber (AUT) 2007 Road Cycling Record Panoramastrasse (Höglern (800m) – Alpenhaus (1670m)

The Kitzbüheler Horn road running race has been taking place every year at the end of August since 1979. Stars of the international running scene come together here to form a field with ambitious amateurs. The race is extremely popular and runs from the main square in the centre of Kitzbühel up to the summit at the peak of the Kitzbüheler Horn.

The International Kitzbüheler Horn road race has taken place since 1971 and it has seen both national and international greats put their skills to the test, including famous names such as, Wolfgang Steinmayr, Helmut Wechselberger, Lucien van Impe, the Belgian Tour-de-France star of the 70s and Beat Breu the Swiss winner of the Alpe d’Huez stage in the 1982 Tour de France. The race takes place at the beginning of August each year and after gathering, “en masse”, in the town centre, the athletes travel in neutral conditions, to the starting point at the, “Höglern”, at 791m where the race begins in earnest and travels up to the finish line at the Alpenhaus at 1.670m. Since 2000, the crowning stage of the International Tour of Austria has also taken cyclists up to the Alpenhaus. In July, up to 7,000 spectators gather to welcome some of the stars of professional cycling up to the Alpenhaus with a real sense of tension and drama in the air. Famous winners of the Kitzbüheler Horn stage include Georg Totschnig (AUT) in 2000, 2011 Tour de France winner Cadel Evans (AUS) in 2001 and 2004) and course record holder Thomas Rohregger (AUT) in 2007.

The start of the Kitzbüheler Horn mountain running race, photo: Salomon

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: : 25


RömerwegRun

Zulauf RömerwegRun

12

: : Start Römerweg : : Route length 10 km : : Elevation gain 148 m : : Level medium difficult

: : Start Achenpromenade | Sports park : : Route length 1,6 km : : Level not classified

Römerweg-Run

Zulauf Römerweg-Run

Classic 10.000 m run in an amazing atmosphere.

A route that follows quiet paths from the centre of Kitzbühel to the Römerweg.

The Römerweg-Run takes its name from its starting point on the Römerweg itself. From here, you travel to the seldom used resident’s only road, keeping at all times to the foot of the Kitzbühel Horn, heading north. After just over 1 kilometre the route becomes inaccessible to road users and travels, always with a slight gradient, through sunny terrain via tranquil country meadows, until reaching Oberndorf, where after exactly 5 kilometres there is a turning point in the Oberndorf Cable Car car park. The route then heads straight back, allowing a wonderful 10.000 metre run without any changes in direction of note. The route is also signposted from the opposite direction, with the start located in Oberndorf. Underfoot: Tarmac, gravel paths

From the starting point on Achenpromenade / Sportpark this running route heads north to the Kitzbüheler Ache river and then alongside the track by the river. Crossing over the road at the Hornweg leads you to the Ölbergweg, which is wide and paved with asphalt at the start but soon turns into a narrow forest path. There then follows a brief rise up to the start - finish point on the Römerweg.

10000 m

1000

148 m

45 m

14 %

15 m/km

1,1 %

800 m

Underfoot: Tarmac, gravel paths

687 m

900

Farmer‘s museum

Farmer‘s museum 800

Höglern Start Römerweg 800 m

700

600

Höglern Steinerbach

Steinerbach

Oberndorf Wiesenschwang

Fountain

Fountain

800 m

Finish Römerweg 800 m 687 m

0

1

2

Route length in metres

26 : :

3

4

Total metres climbed

5

6

7

8

Longest continuous climb in metres

9

10 km

11

12

Maximum gradient in percent

Average climbed per km

Average gradient in percent

Highest point

Lowest point


Achenlauf

Malern-Walk

13

14

: : Start Sports park : : Route length 8,2 km : : Elevation gain 56 m : : Level easy

: : Start Sports park : : Route length 4,6 km : : Elevation gain 63 m : : Level medium difficult

Achenlauf

Malern-Walk

A flat route of medium length, ideal for training, running alongside the river.

A tour of discovery, rich in diversity, on the eastern edge of the town.

Starting at the Achenpromenade and heading south, you follow the southern bank of the crystal clear Kitzbühel Ache river, heading towards Aurach, where the valley changes to the opposite side. The Achenlauf passes through magnificent meadows and the centre of the village of Unteraurach before travelling along a gentle gradient to the west. At Staudach the valley side changes back again and travels along the Achenpromenade once more back to the starting point.

The Malern-Walk starts at the Achenpromenade and heads in a southerly direction. After the railway underpass, the route continues on to the right and climbs up to a plateau, south of the town, to the perfectly located hamlet of Malern, which you discover flat, fragrant meadows. Via the meadow paths you make your way across the valley floor to arrive at Badhaussiedlung. The Malern-Walk is completed by going past Kitzbühel Golf Club and the Tennis stadium, arriving back at the Achenpromenade.

Underfoot: Tarmac, gravel paths

Underfoot: Tarmac, meadow paths

8246 m

1000

56 m

12 m

4 %

7 m/km

900

803 m

749 m

Sports field Langau

Unteraurach

Staudach Fountain

Start 700 Achenpromenade Sports park 749 m

0

1

2

Route length in metres

28 : :

3

Total metres climbed

5

6

7

8 8,2 km 9

Longest continuous climb in metres

48 m

Badhaus Siedlung

Fountain Start 700 Achenpromenade Sports park 749 m

10

11

12

Maximum gradient in percent

600

14 %

14 m/km

1,2 %

802 m

749 m

Sports field Golf Club Kitzbühel Langau

800

Finish 749 m Achenpromenade Sports park 749 m

4

63 m

Malern

803 m

Staudach

4581 m

1000

900

Sports field Langau

800

600

0,7 %

0

1

2

Average climbed per km

802 m

Finish Achenpromenade Sports park 749 m

3

4

749 m

4,6 km 5

6

Average gradient in percent

7

8

9

Highest point

10

11

12

Lowest point


SonnbergSchleife

15

: : Start Sports park : : Route length 10,9 km : : Elevation gain 249 m : : Level difficult

Sonnberg-Schleife A long circuit in fantastic setting, well away from the hustle and bustle. The first 4 km of this route runs parallel to the Achenlauf route but then breaks off and goes up to Oberaurach and further on towards the sunny meadows of the Sonnberg. The Sonnberg-Schleife has sections that alternate between inclines and downhill sections, but always has views of with the entire Kitzb端hel basin towards the east. Carrying on past the Ebner chapel via picturesque routes down towards Kitzb端hel, the route joins up with the Malern-Walk at the Golf Club Kitzb端hel at Malern-Walk, where it continues back to the starting point. Underfoot: Tarmac, meadow paths and steep tracks

10862 m

1000

249 m

171 m

24 %

23 m/km Sonnberg

2,1 %

972 m

749 m 972 m

Ebner Chapel Fountain

900

Oberaurach

Sportplatz Langau Staudach

800

0

1

2

Route length in metres

30 : :

Fountain

Golf Club Kitzb端hel

Fountain

Start 700 Achenpromenade Sports park 749 m

600

Unteraurach

3

Finish 742 m Achenpromenade Sports park 749 m

4

Total metres climbed

5

6

7

8

Longest continuous climb in metres

9

10 10,9 km 11

12

Maximum gradient in percent

Average climbed per km

Average gradient in percent

Highest point

Lowest point

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Kitz Running Jochberg. 65 km further Running and Walking routes. The holiday resort of Jochberg is home to 65 km of brand new running and walking trails. The old mining community of Jochberg is located 10 km south of KitzbĂźhel.

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Askara-Runde

Perlberg-Tour

16

17

: : Start Car park Wagstätt lift : : Route length 4,7 km : : Elevation gain 80 m : : Level easy

: : Start Car park Wagstätt lift : : Route length 8,5 km : : Elevation gain 341m : : Level difficult

Askara-Runde

Perlberg-Tour

A short and easy training route alongside the bank of the Jochberger Ache river.

Medium length tour with challenging sections across the dreamy Weiss-Wast hill.

Starting at the Wagstätt lift, the Askara tour makes its way south. After a kilometre, the route crosses the river before running into the valley through the magnificent lowland forests and beautiful meadow landscapes. After 2.5 kilometres, you cross over the Jochberger Ache river once again and follow the river back to the starting point.

From the starting point at the Wagstätt lift, the Perlberg tour runs parallel to the Askara tour through the areas towards the south before branching off at the Sintersbach stream some 2 kilometres along the route. The path follows the gentle incline alongside the Sintersbach stream and heads over the romantic Weiss-Wast hill until it reaches a forest trail. At this point, the route turns back down into the valley and follows a wide loop at the foot of the Perlberg running through dense forests back towards the centre of Jochberg.

Underfoot: Asphalt, gravel

Underfoot: Hilly woodland paths, gravel, asphalt

4722 m

1000

80 m

900

41 m

Schradler

Bridge

Start Lift car park Wagstätt 925 m

14 %

17 m/km

0,9 %

951 m

910 m

8540 m

1700

341 m

211 m

28 %

40 m/km

2,6 %

1121 m

897 m

951 m 1500

Finish 910 m Lift car park Wagstätt 925 m

Bridge Fountain

1300

800 1100 700

600

900

0

1

2

Route length in metres

34 : :

3

4

4,7 km 5

Total metres climbed

6

7

8

Longest continuous climb in metres

9

10

11

12

Maximum gradient in percent

700

Weiss Wast Hill

Bridge

1121 m Bridge

Start Lift car parkWagstätt 925 m 0

1

Finish Lift car parkWagstätt 925 m 2

Average climbed per km

3

4

5

6

Average gradient in percent

7

897 m

8 8,5 km 9

Highest point

10

11

12

Lowest point

: : 35


WildalmSchleife

JagawurzLauf

18

19

: : Start Car park Wagstätt lift : : Route length 10,6 km : : Elevation gain 600 m : : Level difficult

: : Start Farm Schering : : Route length 7 km : : Elevation gain 320 m : : Level difficult

Wildalm-Schleife

Jagawurz-Lauf

A long and challenging route passing through some varied and impressive landscapes.

An attractive run through the mountain pastures along the wide forests trails on the Jochberg.

From the starting point at the Wagstätt lift, the Wildalm-Schleife loop runs parallel to the Perlberg-Tour through the area towards the south, along the Sintersbach stream and over the romantic Weiss-Wast hill. From here it then follows the Sintersbach across some steep sections to the impressive Sintersbach waterfalls. The route then leads across the beautiful mountain meadows to its peak at the Wildalm. From here it runs back through the forests, with sensational panoramic views of the valley, back to the centre of Jochberg.

From the starting point in Schering, the Jagawurz run follows a moderate incline to the Wagstättalm hut and on towards the Wurz-Niederalm. Following wide forest tracks it then leads on to the Jagawurz hut, which is the highest point on the route. Then it heads back down the mountain through the beautiful meadows towards the Bruggeralm hut and takes you back to the starting point.

Underfoot: Hilly forest and mountain tracks, gravel, asphalt

Underfoot: Gravel

10553 m

1700

600 m

291 m

52 %

57 m/km

5,1 %

1440 m

897 m

6979 m

1700

320 m

221 m

22 %

46 m/km

4,1 %

1540 m

1251 m

Jagawurz Hut 1540 m

1500

Wildalm Burgstall Alm

Waterfall Fountain

1300

1100

1

Finish Lift car parkWagstätt 925 m 2

Route length in metres

36 : :

3

4

Total metres climbed

5

6

Brugger Alm

7

8

Longest continuous climb in metres

9

Fountain

Fountain Start 1100 Farm Schering 1251 m

Bridge

Start Lift car parkWagstätt 925 m 0

Wagstätt Alm

1300

Weiss Wast Hill

Bridge

900

700

1500

1440 m

1251 m

900

897 m

10 10,6 km 11

Finish Farm Schering 1251 m

12

Maximum gradient in percent

700

0

1

2

Average climbed per km

3

4

5

6

Average gradient in percent

7 km

8

9

Highest point

10

11

12

Lowest point

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KitzConnection

Auberg-Trail

20

21

: : Start Kempinski : : Route length 8,4 km : : Elevation gain 25 m : : Level easy

: : Start Kempinski : : Route length 4,4 km : : Elevation gain 125 m : : Level medium difficult

Kitz-Connection

Auberg-Trail

Fancy trying out the ‘KitzRunning’ network? No problem – the route runs alongside the best route!

A shorter but varied run.

The “Kitz-Connection” connecting route runs in a northerly direction from the starting point at the “Kempinski Hotel Das Tirol” to Kitzbühel. The route then runs along wide sections alongside the Jochberger Ache river – on a gentle downhill incline. The route ends in Kitzbühel at the “Achenpromenade / Sports park” which is the starting point of the “KitzRunning” network.

The Auberg-Trail begins outside the “Kempinski Hotel Das Tirol” and heads north to the Saukaserbach stream. In a second loop, the tour runs across fields and meadows and back down to the valley and follows the Kitzbüheler Strasse for a while before crossing through the meadows below the Jochberger Ache river. The Ache passes below the area through a fantastic gorge. A short, steep section follows before running back to the starting point outside the hotel.

Underfoot: Gravel, asphalt

Underfoot: Asphalt, woodland and meadow trails, gravel

8356m

1000

25 m

12 m

14 %

3 m/km

1,8 %

900 m

749 m

4359 m

1000

Mairhofen

Mairhofen 900 m

900 Start Kempinski Hotel Das Tirol 800 900 m Fountain

1

Route length in metres

38 : :

3

4

Total metres climbed

5

Jochberger Ache

34 %

29 m/km

1,8 %

920 m

841 m

920 m

800 Start Kempinski Hotel Das Tirol 900 m

Finish 749 m Achenpromenade Sports park 749 m

6

841 m

Fountain

Staudach

2

42 m

Fountain

Fountain

0

Kitzbüheler Strasse

900

Unter Aurach

700

600

125 m

7

8

8,4 km 9

Longest continuous climb in metres

Finish Kempinski Hotel Das Tirol 900 m

700

10

11

12

Maximum gradient in percent

600

0

1

2

Average climbed per km

3

4 4,4 km 5

6

Average gradient in percent

7

8

9

Highest point

10

11

12

Lowest point

: : 39


OberhausenRun

Bauberg-Walk

22

23

: : Start Kempinski : : Route length 7,6 km : : Elevation gain 191 m : : Level medium difficult

: : Start Kempinski : : Route length 11,2 km : : Elevation gain 646 m : : Level difficult

Oberhausen-Run

Bauberg-Walk

A training track of medium difficulty that runs through the northern region of Jochberg.

A long route through charming landscapes, with a character resembling that of a mountain run.

From outside the “Kempinski Hotel Das Tirol” the Oberhausen-Run passes through meadows and heads towards the centre of Jochberg, into the gorge of the Jochberger Ache river. The route follows the Ache out of the valley and runs up past the swimming pool before reaching the “Oberhausen trail”. This leads along the hillside at a medium level altitude to Bichl where the route then turns and crosses over the Kitzbüheler Strasse. The route then runs south across the gentle flat meadows, arriving back at the start.

From the starting point at the “Kempinski Hotel Das Tirol” the Bauberg-Walk runs south and turns right shortly before reaching the centre. The ascent follows a narrow trail over 400 vertical metres of altitude, surrounded by beautiful natural landscapes. The trail then leads on to the Wurz-Niederalm where it meets with a forest trail that runs parallel to the Jagawurz run and on to the Schering farm. After this it then follows a quiet road back to the start point.

Underfoot: Asphalt, woodland and meadow trails

Underfoot: Hilly woodland trails, gravel, asphalt

7571 m

1000

191 m

Church Swimming Poll

65 m

20 %

25 m/km

Oberhausen

941 m

821 m

11245 m

646 m

640 m

57 m/km

5,7 %

1540 m

900 m 1540 m

Brugger Alm

Fountain

Schering

Hechen Moos

Jochberger Ache

38 %

Jagawurz Hut

1500

Kitzbüheler Strasse

1300

800 Start Kempinski Hotel Das Tirol 900 m

Fountain Finish

821 m

Bauberg Reith

Kempinski Hotel Das Tirol 900 m

1100

700

600

1700

941 m

900 Fountain

1,6 %

Finish Kempinski Hotel Das Tirol 900 m Wagstätt Lift

900

0

1

2

Route length in metres

40 : :

3

4

Total metres climbed

5

6

7

7,6 km 8

Longest continuous climb in metres

9

10

11

12

Maximum gradient in percent

Start Kempinski Hotel Das Tirol 900 m 700 0 1

900 m Fountain 2

Average climbed per km

3

4

5

6

Average gradient in percent

7

8

9

Highest point

10

11 11,2 km 12

Lowest point

: : 41


The walking paradise of Kitzbühel. Broad Alpine fields, alongside gentle rolling flower meadows at the foot of the fascinating grass mountains, combined with the magnificent views from the craggy summit of the Wilder Kaiser and the powerful glacier peaks of the Hohe Tauern with the Grossglockner, Austria’s highest mountain at 3798m. You can experience it all here in the mountains of Kitzbühel. Over 1000 km of footpaths, carefully placed within this natural environment are supervised and maintained by our specialist staff during the mountain summer to take you to some of Tirol’s most beautiful spots.

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Mercedes-Benz – a proud partner of Kitzbühel. Sporty and on the go at any time of year. Whether it’s with off-road test driving or through the range of leisure activities at the Mercedes-Benz Sportpark, as an official partner, Mercedes-Benz provides all-year-round support to Kitzbühel with a host of fantastic offers.

A Daimler Brand

Kitzbühel Tourism offers daily guided walks free of charge from Monday to Friday and our experienced walking guides will take you to some of Kitzbühel’s most beautiful spots from May to October. Take advantage of this unique opportunity to get to know the land and its people.

Among the stars.

Provider: Daimler AG, Mercedesstraße 137, 70327 Stuttgart


KitzRoadbike – 14 training routes.

Mountain biking – until your pedals glow!

Over the last few years, the number of tourist and local racing cyclists has increased dramatically. The current triathlon boom and the arrival of cyclists for the International Tour of Austria race on the Kitzbüheler Horn have all played a part in this. Kitzbühel offers road racing cyclists 14 perfect training routes of varying difficulty levels, covering a total of 1.200 km. The Kitzbüheler Horn is the steepest mountain road in Austria at 22.3 % gradient!

Mountain biking has already established itself as a traditional sport in Kitzbühel. The gently rolling mountain landscapes of the Kitzbüheler Alps with their endless Alpine trails through the forests are ideal areas for practising this sport. There are a total of over 800 km of cycling and mountain biking trails are available. Trail bikers will also find exactly what they are looking for on the Ehrenbachtrail and on the Gaisberg in Kirchberg. www.kitzbuehel.com

Skiing in Kitzbühel.

Formula Golf. 4 x Kitzbühel + 30 within 100 km.

The connection between Kitzbühel and skiing is timeless and legendary. 51 cable cars and lifts, 170 km of perfectly groomed slopes, a 200 km² freeride area and the world famous „Streif “ are waiting for you!

Four golf courses can be found in Kitzbühel and a further 30 can be found in the immediate surroundings! That‘s a really enticing offer for passionate golfers who spend their holiday in Kitzbühel. The most legendary city of sports in the Alps is renowned as the Golf Centre of the Alps! All golf courses can be viewed at a glance by visiting: www.kitzbuehel-golf.com.

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Munich 125 km A 12

Salzburg 80 km Vienna 380 km

172

Kufstein

St. Johann in Tirol 173

178

161

Reith

178

Brixen

Wörgl

Kirchberg

Kitzbühel

170

A 12

Aurach 171

Innsbruck 95 km Zurich 370 km Milan 480 km

161

170

Motorway Federal Highway Railway Road number Pass

Jochberg

Lienz 88 km

The quickest way to Kitzbühel. Location An easy day trip from Innsbruck, Salzburg and Munich Altitude 800 to 2,000 metres above sea level Getting here From Innsbruck: Inntal motorway A12 to Wörgl, 30 km federal road to Kitzbühel From Germany: Inntal motorway A12 to exit “Kufstein Süd” (Kufstein south), 26 km along the Eiberg federal road to Kitzbühel Munich 125 km, Innsbruck 95 km, Salzburg 80 km Kitzbühel Railway Station Project management: Kitzbühel Tourism Conception and design: max2...competence in sports, health + tourism, www.max2.at & Oliver Grundböck, www.goliver.info Photos: Kitzbühel Tourismus, Herbert J. Wackerle, Triathlonverein Kitzbühel, Bernhard Spöttl, Michael Werlberger; © Chamois-Logo-Design: Alfons Walde 1933/VBK Vienna; No liability for published data. Subject to printing and composition errors, subject to modifications.

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