(in German Arlberger Bike Marathon)
22 August 2015
The closing competition of the Arlberg Adler (Arlberg Eagle). A difficult strength-sapping race awaits the participants.
Deadline for Nominations: 20 August 2015
Substitute Nomination: At the starting number issue on the day of the race until 09.00
EUR 40.00 until 20 August 2015
EUR 50.00 from 21 August 2015 onwards
incl. finishing present and pasta party
Categories: The route to be navigated has to be already revealed at the registration. No more alterations may be made after the nomination!
Starting Number Issues: in the foyer of ARLBERG-well.com
21 August 2015: 18.00 until 20.00
22 August 2015: 07.30 until 09.00
Pasta Party: 21 August 2015, 18.00 to 20.00 in ARLBERG-well.com
22 August 2015: 09.45 at the starting area in the pedestrian precinct
Start: 10.00 in the pedestrian precinct
Route and Altitude Profile: Interactive Map (please click here)
Starting from the pedestrian precinct the athletes move towards St. Jakob Untergand. From there they make the 1st ascent along the Putzenweg towards Putzenalpe. From the Alp, situated at 1726 m above sea level, the route leads west in the opposite direction to Schöngraben. The 2nd ascent towards Gampen begins at the Rodelhüttenweg turnoff. From Gampen along the Forstweg the route now descends towards St. Anton - Mooserkreuz. From Mooserkreuz the route leads downwards towards Verwall to the Maroiweg turnoff. From there it continues to the Verwall Lake. After cicuiting the Verwall Lake the route runs towards Sattelwaldweg. The Sattelwaldweg ends in Moostal, which is reached after a steep climb. To continue, you'll run on the Moostalweg towards St. Anton to reach the Railway Station and over Planie you'll run back to the Start and Finishing area. The last descent now runs towards the finishing line in the pedestrian precinct. 41 km long, 1400 m difference in altitude.
Scoring Deadline: 14.00
15.00 in the finishing area in the pedestrian precinct
Prizes: Winner of the day/EUR 200.00. Cups available for the first THREE in the group assessment.