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Extreme Trail Run Mozart 100®

Date

20.06.2020

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On 20 June 2020, Salzburg and the Lake Fuschl and Lake Wolfgang regions will be the stage of the most beautiful ultra-trail in Austria for the ninth time. The finish of all competitions for runners and Nordic walkers is at the Kapitelplatz Square in the Mozart city of Salzburg. The start will be in Salzburg. Fuschl, St. Gilgen and Koppl. Six different distances lead through one of the most beautiful regions of Europe.

 

The competitions mozart Ultra over 78 km and 4,000 m+ and mozart Light over 31 km and 1,000 m+ start directly in Fuschl. The mozart Ultra leads from Fuschl via the Schafbergalm to St. Gilgen, the Zwölferhorn Mountain and back to Fuschl, from where it goes to Salzburg. The mozart Light runs along the Lake Fuschl to the Plötz Waterfall before Nockstein and Kapuzinerberg Mountains prepare for the finish in the city of Salzburg.

 

Further Information at: www.mozart100.com

 

Saturday, 20 June 2020

4 a.m. Opening of the Race Office on Kapitelplatz Square in Salzburg
5 a.m. Start mozart 100 (individual and relay) on Kapitelplatz Square in Salzburg
7 a.m. Start mozart Ultra (individual and relay) in Fuschl am See.
9 a.m. Start mozart Marathon in St. Gilgen
10 a.m. Start mozart City Trail on Kapitelplatz Square in Salzburg
10 a.m. Start mozart Light in Fuschl am See
11 a.m. Start mozart Half Marathon in Koppl
7.30 p.m. Awards Ceremony for all competitions
3.00 a.m. Closure of the finish area (21 June)

 

Event location

Salzburg and the Lake Fuschl and Lake Wolfgang regions

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Date

20.06.2020

We speak the following languages

German

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