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Race Track

Tour de force on 238 km and 5500 altitude meters

The Ötztaler facts & figures are actually hard to believe for those who are not insiders - and they may wonder if this is possible: The route covers 238 km and 5500 altitude meters, across 4 Alpine passes, from Tirol to South Tyrol and back again. But not only the bare facts are really amazing. Almost 4000 participants, the fastest complete this ultimate road cycling marathon in about seven hours, are doing incredible things. All these hobby athletes face a tremendous challenge for body and mind every year.

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