7. Schneeberg Trail


Start time: 07:30

Starting point: Schneeberghalle Puchberg (center).
Contact: Gerhard Panzenböck +43 2636 3705; info@schneeberglauf.at
Accomodation: tourism office Puchberg +43 2636 2256

Track: From Schneeberghalle Puchberg (580 m) to final stop: rack railway station (Station Hochschneeberg 1800 m)

32 km, 2400 m climb, mostly on single trails, through forests up to the alpine terrain of Schneeberg.
until August 31st € 42,-

 Until September 26th € 52,-

 Direct registration on 28.09. (19.00 – 20.00) and 29.09. € 70,- (Final registration at Schneeberghalle: 29.9.2018 – 06.00 to 07.00)

 Registration and Payment: on this Page - Link: Trail/Anmeldung (just closed)

 Registration fee includes:

  • Fleece - blanket,

  • Finishermedal

 • Food and drinks along the track and in the finish area

 • Transport of clothes,

 • Transport of athletes from the mountain,

 Prize money:

 EURO 300,- best women and man

 EURO 200,- 2 nd best woman and man

 EURO 100,- 3 rd best woman and man



 19.00 – 20.00 Bib distribution


 • 06:00 – 07:00: Bib distribution

 • until 07:30 Final chance to hand over clothes sack for transport up Schneeberg (at the start)

 • 07.30: Start

 • 14:30: Closing of Finish

 • from 12:00: Transport of athletes: departure see personal ticket, you get after the race in the railway station on Schneeberg

 • 16:00: Prize giving ceremony:  Pavillon im Kurpark

 Classification Schneeberg Trail:

 M/W :      1979 – 2000

 M/W 40:  1978 –  1969

 M/W 50:  1968 and earlier


Obligatory Equipment:
At least 500ml fluid bag / belt / bottle possibly fold-over bag, rescue cover, rain jacket, mobile phone, trail running shoes with sufficient profile;
There are no cups at Labestation!
Return transport:
Return ticket included in the entry fee with the Schneebergbahn. Tickets in the mountain station on the day of the race
Clothes transport:
Clothes bags can be handed out just before the start.
The bags are made available by the organizer and transported to the destination at the railway station "Hochschneeberg".


 Fences etc. are not open, there are crossings etc. to be used.
It is necessary to follow the neon pink marking points and arrows on the course, in addition, in particularly confusing places, yellow marking tapes are attached. Disqualification in case of non-compliance of the given route.
The obligatory equipment must be carried over the entire course of the route. Backpack or waist belt, min. 500ml water, rescue cover, rain jacket, mobile phone;
In case of premature abandonment of the race Participants are obligated to call the Infopoint in the starting area or an official catering station. The disposal of garbage along the route is strictly forbidden and is considered a disqualification; garbage can be disposed of at the catering stations.
Athletic fair behaviour against other participants and route personnel as well as all other persons along the route is a prerequisite.
First aid: Each participant is obligated to provide first aid to injured persons and to inform the nearest rescue post.
Instructions for the crew must be followed.
When using public roads, the general road traffic regulations must be strictly observed.
The following lead times must be observed:
Station  Öhlerschutzhaus km14 / 10:00 am
Station  Edelweißhütte km21 / 11:45 hrs
Station  Klosterwappen km30 / 2pm
Closing time is 2:30 pm
Participants who have not reached the positions at the indicated times will be taken out of the race. There is no time measurement or evaluation. The return is done at your own risk, cancellation at the catering station or Infopoint is obligatory.