9 COMPETITIONS – 1 UNIQUE EXPERIENCE
mozart 100® takes the participants through the great variety and beauty of the Austrian Sound of Music region surrounding Salzburg which guarantees a unique, unforgettable trail running experience. With six different courses, ranging from 103 to 13 kilometers, every single athlete should find his or her suitable competition. In the team events you can master the ultra competitions together with three of your friends.
ON THE TRAILS OF SOUND OF MUSIC IN THE REGION OF SALZBURG
Pictures tell more than a thousand words. In our picture gallery you can grasp the impressions of the course. With the inidvidual competitions you will find more detailed information such as vertical drop, elevation, length and a map of the course including altitude profile.
For the races mozart 100, mozart Ultra and mozart Marathon there is a classification according to age groups and sex. The mozart Half Marathon, mozart Light and mozart City Trail are ranked by sex only – no age groups.
An opening moderato from Salzburg to Fuschl am See, tempo variations to lake Wolfgang with fortissimo up Schafberg and Zwölferhorn, back to Salzburg with a finale furioso across Nockstein and Kapuzinerberg.
- Length; ascent/descent: 108 km; +/- 5.000 m
- Vertical drop: 1.100 m (419 to 1.511 m)
- ITRA points: 5
- Running Stones: 5
Beautiful ultra-distance for connoisseurs. From Fuschl am See, tempo variations to lake Wolfgang with fortissimo up Schafberg and Zwölferhorn, back to Salzburg with a finale furioso across Nockstein and Kapuzinerberg.
- Length; ascent/descent: 78 km; +/- 4.000 mm
- Vertical drop: 1.090 m (423 to 1.514 m)
- ITRA points: 4
- Running Stones: 4
The little more than classical marathon distance on wonderful trails with an opening allegretto in St. Gilgen but with a finale forte across the mountains Nockstein and Kapuzinerberg.
- Length;ascent/descent: 42 km; +1.700/-1.800 metres
- Vertical drop: 555 m (425 to 980 m)
- ITRA points: 2
- Running Stones: 2
After the start in Fuschl am See the paths and trails roll crescendo towards Salzburg with a finale maestoso across the mountains Nockstein and Kapuzinerberg.
- Length; ascent/descent: 31 km; + 1.080 m/- 1.310 m
- Vertical drop: 555 m (425 to 982m)
- ITRA points: 1
- Running Stones: 1
MOZART HALF MARATHON
The gorgeous trail's start in Koppl is followed by a vivace via the nature spectacle Plötz waterfall and has a finale fortissimo across Nockstein and Kapuzinerberg.
- Length, Elevation: 21 km, + 750 m/- 1.060 m
- Vertical drop: 557 m (425 to 982 m)
- ITRA points: 1
- Running Stones: 1
MOZART CITY TRAIL
After the start you can enjoy a tempo prestissimo along the tree lined Hellbrunn boulevard, a molto allegretto through various parts of Salzburg before the finale furioso across Kapuzinerberg.
- Length: 9 km
- Vertical drop: 246 m (409 to 655 m)
- Ascent/descent: +/- 300 m
The ranking of the team competitions is established regardless of age classes in three categories: female, male, mixed (at least one woman). For a separate ranking to be established, there have to be at least three teams participating in a category.
MOZART 100 RELAY
Teammember 1: Salzburg – Fuschl: 31 km
Teammember 2: Fuschl – St. Gilgen: 30 km
Teammember 3: St. Gilgen – Fuschl: 16 km
Teammember 4: Fuschl – Salzburg: 31 km
MOZART ULTRA RELAY
Team member 1: Fuschl – Winkl: 14 km
Team member 2: Winkl – St. Gilgen: 17 km
Team member 3: St. Gilgen – Fuschl: 16 km
Team member 4: Fuschl – Salzburg: 31 km
MOZART CITY TRAIL TEAM COMPETITION
Each team consists of three members. Every member runs 9 km individually. The team time is the total of the three individual times.