TOUR DE TIROL is worldwide the only 3 days stage race of that kind in the beautiful mountain area of the Tyrolean mountains around the beautiful village of Soll. The races will take place on three consecutive days - the Soller Zehner (10km) on Friday, the Kaiser-Marathon (42km) on Saturday, and the Polven Trail run (23km) on Sunday.
Sollner Zehner (10km) - The race starts at 5.30pm on Friday. It's 3 rounds of 3.33km and there is a climb of 100m per round.
Kaiser-Marathon (42km) - This race is the highlight of the Tour de Tirol, and it starts at 8.30am on Saturday at the Soll village centre. It winds its way through the villages of Scheffau and Ellmau which are part of the "Skiwelt" region, near the Wilder Kaiser mountain range, before heading to the finish at the top of the 'Hohe Slave" mountain (1,829m above sea level). Total climb - 2,345m.
Polven Trail (23km) - The race starts at 9.00am on Sunday, and the course leads you to the highest point of the Polven trail: Juffinger Jochl (1.181m), and then it heads steeply downhill, the direction of the Gasthof Badhaus, along the "Sunnsetweg", passing the Hotel Alpenschlossl, onto the Landhaus Strasser, from there heading down towards the Hotel Greil, and it is only 500m to the finish line. Total climb - 1,240m.