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Südtirol Ultrarace
Extreme running race along the high mountain trail
Extreme running race - Sarntaler Alps

Südtirol Ultrarace
119 KM // 7.850 M

// 2023 CANCELLED!

Postponed to 2024


Circuit Südtirol Ultra Skyrace

The starting line is in Bolzano, the capital of the province. From there, the circuit rises through the Renon plateau to the Sarentino pass and reaches the Cross of Lazfons, the highest pilgrimage destination in Europe. Next, it continues to the Forcella Vallaga Mountain Refuge at the Pennes border crossing, which is the halfway point in the race. The athletes then travel on very narrow trails and tackle uphill and downhill sections through the Giogo di Frane ridge to Valley of Sopramonte (Oberberg) and Valley of Sottomonte, Alpler Nieder and Punta Cervina Mountain Refuge (Hirzerhütte). The circuit then extends to the highest point of the race, the Giogo Piatto ridge (2698 mt) below Punta Cervina, which at 2781 metres is the highest mountain in the Sarentino Alps. At this point, contestants must deal with a long downhill section that stretches along San Pancrazio Lake (Kratzberger See) and finally reaches the Kesselberg Refuge. From here, athletes continue over a series of ups and downs to the Möltner Kaser hut, last climb up to the Omini di Sasso (Stoanerne Mandln) before descending, passing Putzer Kreuz, to the finish line in Sarentino.

Altitude Profile

Altitude profile 121km
Qualifying Race, Südtiroler Ultra Skyrace


Südtirol Ultrarace is officially recognized as a qualifying race for
the Ultra-Trail du Mont-Blanc®

Südtirol Ultrarace - 119 KM: 

ITRA Points: 5
Mountain points : 10