IML Walking Association Event

International 3 days hiking event

Details

Place: Austria, Seefeld/Leutasch (Olympiaregion Seefeld)
Date:
3rd weekend in September
Website:https://www.seefeld.com/iml-einhornmarsch

 

 

Registration & brochure

Internet: https://www.seefeld.com/iml-einhornmarsch
Mail: iml@seefeld.com
Late registrations are accepted, as well as last-minute registrations at the event site, the “Festhalle Wetterstein” hall at the ErlebnisWelt Alpenbad Leutasch leisure centre (start/finish point) on Thursday from 10.00 am – 9.00 pm and on Friday from 6.00 am onwards  (late start fee of € 25.00 applies).

 

Fee

Start fee is € 20.00 for all 3 days (applies when the fee is transferred before 10th September, thereafter the late registration fee of € 25.00 applies), incl. IML medal, official stamp and certificate.

Routes

FRIDAY

Start time: 6 am to 10 am

Start place: Festhalle Wetterstein hall at the ErlebnisWelt Alpenbad Leutasch (Weidach)

Finish place: Festhalle Wetterstein hall at the ErlebnisWelt Alpenbad Leutasch (Weidach)

Finish time: 5 pm 

SATURDAY

Start time: 6 am to 10 am

Start place: Festhalle Wetterstein hall at the ErlebnisWelt Alpenbad Leutasch (Weidach)

Finish place: Festhalle Wetterstein hall at the ErlebnisWelt Alpenbad Leutasch (Weidach)

Finish time: 5 pm 

SUNDAY

Start time: 6 am to 10 am

Start place: Festhalle Wetterstein hall at the ErlebnisWelt Alpenbad Leutasch (Weidach)

Finish place: Festhalle Wetterstein hall at the ErlebnisWelt Alpenbad Leutasch (Weidach)

Finish time: 4 pmR C

Track and Weather Conditions

Its unique location alone makes the Olympiaregion Seefeld, with its villages Seefeld, Leutasch, Mösern, Reith and Scharnitz, a veritable hikers‘ paradise boasting some 650 km of mountain walking and hiking paths. Nestling amidst the mountains of the Wetterstein range, the Alpenpark Karwendel nature reserve and the Wildmoos landscape conservation area, the south-facing high plateau offers the ideal ”base camp” for hiking fans and nature lovers. During the summer months further highlights include for sport enthusiasts 200 km of authorised mountain bike trails, a host of mountain lift facilities, 2 indoor pools and an outdoor pool.

”Nos lungat ambulare” is the motto of the association of international amateur walkers, which covers 42km each day during the event. Start and finish line is in Leutasch, which allows the 2,000 participants to experience some of the most attractive routes in the area. The walk time is less important than the enjoyment of taking part.

Description of the tracks (road, landscape)

On Friday, first day of IML Walking Association walk, there are  10, 20, 30 and 42 km routes. The 10 km and 20 km bring you to Reindlau and Unterkirchen. The 30 km and 42 km go to Mittenwald, Scharnitz. The 30 km goes up the hill "Hoher Sattel" and back to the start. The 42 km goes over the mountain hut  ”Triendlsäge”, Katzenkopf and Obern back to the start. 

On Saturday, second day, there are also 10, 20, 30 and 42 km routes. The 10 km goes throug the “Fludertal” up to the top of the “Katzenkopf”, along the lake “Weidachsee” back to the start. The 20 km and 30 km routes lead first to Neuleutasch. The 20 km route goes to the mountain hut “Wildmoosalm”, Katzenkopf, and Obern, then along the river back to the start. The 30 km passes Seefeld, then continues to Mösern, Lake Lottensee and Wildmoossee towards Buchen and finally over Moos, Obern, Klamm, Plaik and Kirchplatzl back to the start. The 42 km follows  the way to Neuleutasch, forest Bauernwald, Schlossberg, then on to Seefeld. From Seefeld it continues  to Reith and  Mösern. The way back ist he same than the 30 km route (see above). 

On Sunday, third day, there are also 10, 20, 30 and 42 km routes.

This day is certainly the most beautiful day of hiking. Here the routes 20 km, 30 km and 42 km lead to the hiking paradise “Gaistal”. The routes of 10 km, 20 km and 30 km follow the way to the forest above Ostbach, Platzl and Aue, then via “Lake Weidachsee” back to the start. The 42 km route goes to Buchen,  Lake Lottensee, Wildmoossee, mountain hut Wildmoosalm,  then over the top of the hill Katzenkopf back to the start. 

On all three days you will become aquainted with all facets of our nature. You will love it and enjoy the silence of nature.

Beside the walks there are different possibilities to spend your time here in our region: You should visit the “Geisterklamm” (ghost gorge) or the ancient churches.  Or you rent a bike and cross around our region. The is as well a swimming hall at your disposal. 

Good care along the routes
The entry fee includes refreshments along the routes. There are toilets at the start/finish area and at hall Wetterstein in Weidach. After the finish,  just relax and enjoy your stay. Good food and drinks are available  (not complimentary).

Entertainment
Live music and a laser air gun shooting competition in the hall.


Weather and Hiking equipment
One never knows what kind of weather to expect in Austria in September. Late summer is normally quiet sunny but a few rainy and cold days cannot be ruled out. So be prepared for unpredictable weather and rapidly changing conditions!

Robust  mountain boots are a must in our alpine region. For cooler days and chilly mornings light weight but warm jackets are strongly recommended. In case you get caught in the rain, a water resistant jacket should also be foreseen in your backpack.

Souvenir - award

For all 3 days, walking members receive an IML medal, official stamp and a certificate. However 20 km is the minimum distance that must be covered on each of the 3 days to receive the awards.

Transport

Arriving by train

For all those who appreciate a comfortable, hassle-free journey to the event, rail travel offers a convenient, attractively- priced alternative. There are excellent rail connections to the Olympiaregion Seefeld from both Munich and Salzburg, and the Seefeld railway station enjoys an ideal location right at the edge of the pedestrian area. https://www.seefeld.com/en/region-tyrol-service/arrival/train-arriving  

Arriving by bus

Leave your car at home and enjoy an easy, comfortable journey by bus. FlixBus offers you environmentally friendly, low-priced bus connections. https://www.seefeld.com/en/region-tyrol-service/arrival/bus-arriving  

Arriving by car

Driving by car to Seefeld in Tyrol is easy. https://www.seefeld.com/en/region-tyrol-service/arrival/car-arriving  

Arriving by plane

Innsbruck Airport

Holiday guests arriving at Innsbruck Airport receive their first stunning taste of Tyrol and its scenery upon landing. Innsbruck Airport is served by scheduled flights from Amsterdam, Berlin, Bristol, Düsseldorf, Eindhoven, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Kiev, Liverpool, London, Moscow, Rotterdam, Groningen and Vienna. https://www.seefeld.com/en/region-tyrol-service/arrival/plane-arriving

Information and Accomodation

Hotel booking or private accommodation (Bed & Breakfast & Appartements), please contact:

Information office Leutasch
Weidach 320
6105 Leutasch
info.leutasch@seefeld.com
www.seefeld.com

General Information

The language is German and English
The currency is Euro (EUR)

 

Contact and Registration

Information office Mösern
Möserer Dorfstr. 11
6100 Seefeld
Tel. +43 (0) 50880 520
iml@seefeld.com
www.seefeld.com