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South Tyrol - Tiers - Dolomites

13 July 2019

112 days left up to the
3rd edition

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abendrot

45 km

LONG ROUTE
Ascent: ca. 2.980 m
Descent: ca. 3.083 m
Download GPX-Track

The long route of 45 kilometres with a 2,980 metre ascent and a 3,083 metre descent leads over the Cigolade Pass, the Passo Principe/Grasleitenpass and the Molignon Pass to the Sciliar; after the Devil's Gorge - also known as the Prügelweg – a final ascent leads up to the Tschafon before the finish line in the centre of the village of Tiers.
Due to its length and the difference in altitude it is a mountain marathon. The name "Sky Marathon" describes the length and alpine characteristics of the trail run at over 2,000 metres. 
noasphalt

profil45

36 km

SHORT ROUTE
Ascent: ca. 1.908 m
Descent: ca. 1.935 m
Download GPX-Track

The short route stretches over 36 kilometres with 1,908 metres of ascent and 1,935 metres of descent. It follows the same route as the long track around the Rosengarten massif until the highest peak, Passo Principe/Grasleitenpass. Then it leads down to the Rufugio Bergamo/Grasleitenhütte, through Ciamin Valley/Tschamintal, Lavina Bianca/Weißlahnbad e Oberstraße back to the centre of the village of Tiers.
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