7 reasons for the Achensee Run
The Achensee Run, Austria’s most beautiful panoramic run, is truly a highlight among running enthusiasts. Every year in September, the international running scene is drawn to Pertisau. Runners have to conquer 23.2 kilometres and 171 metres of elevation gain around the lake – including breathtaking panoramic views.
We have rounded up 7 reasons why this running event is so special. For route details and the elevation profile visit maps.achensee.com.
Of course, it’s possible that the top runners don’t notice any of this because their focus is on the winner’s podium. For everyone else, however, these are the reasons why it is worth taking part in the Achensee Run and which motivate along the route again and again.
Current information about the Achensee Run is available here: www.achenseelauf.at
Late registration is possible on Saturday, 04.09. and Sunday 05.09. at the finish area (Fischergut).
Achensee Run facts and figures
Total length: 23.2 km
Elevation gain: 171 metres
Highest elevation: 960 m
Relays: 14 km from Pertisau to Achenkirch
9.2 km and 150 metres of elevation from Achenkirch to Pertisau.
Refreshment stations: 7 stations
Registration & information: www.achenseelauf.at