Sign up for the Challenge - Run it for the Beauty - Go for the Bell

We welcome you to the Swiss Alps 100 trail race, where you will experience some of the finest trails and views of the famous Swiss Alps mountains. Our courses, which are part run on the UNESCO World Heritage, are incredibly scenic, yet strenuous and challenging. Many parts of the course, like the Aletsch glacier, the 3 suspension bridges, or the alpine dam, are truly magnificent and a feast for your eyes.

Every participant will receive a free meal and drink at the finish line. Make your summer special and come run the Swiss Alps 100 trail race.

2022-8-12 8:30:0 GMT+02:00
The 2022 Event starts on August 12, 2022 at 8:30 AM

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More Info about the Race
main sponsor
Aletsch Arena
nutrition by
Hammer Nutrition Switzerland
race gps tracking by
Geo Tracks
race photograpy by
Sportograf
race tents by
ProTent Switzerland

160KM (finish)
100KM (22 hours or less)

Vertical (1 point)
50KM (3 points)
100KM (5 points)
160KM (6 points)

What does it take to run the Swiss Alps 100 race?

All of our four distances are majestic, challenging, and all within the Oberwallis region in the south side of Switzerland. The Vertical has 1'860m, the 50K has 9,646 feet, the 100K has 20,079 feet, and the 160K has 32,317 feet of elevation gain. We provide a fully stocked aid station every 7KM to 10KM at each distance. We have race-shirts, 160KM sub-24 antic silver and sub-48 antic brass buckles, Vertical, 50KM, and 100KM finisher medals, first place and age-group awards, and a runner's post-race meal. Sign up for the Challenge - Run it for the Beauty - Go for the Bell.

Are you a runner, who loves to run uphill? Then the vertical distance, which is 10.3km long, has a total elevation gain of 1'860m, 1 full stocked aid station, and a 4 hour cutoff time, will satisfy that uphill need. Starting in Fiesch you keep going to the finish line on top of Eggishorn at 2'867 meter above sea level. There you will receive your hard-earned finisher medal and you can enjoy a 360 degree view of the majestic Swiss Alps including the Matterhorn and the Aletsch Glacier. When you ready take the free gondola ride back to Fiesch and a 1km walk back to the start/finish line.

Run the Swiss Alps like a true local. The 50KM, which has a total elevation gain of 9,646 feet, 5 fully stocked aid stations, and a 14 hour cutoff time, brings you through historic and quintessential villages, including Caesar Ritz's birthplace in Niederwald, over 2 suspension bridges, to the panoramic Chäserstatt. Run past Swiss cows on top of the Ärnergalle, then towards the finish line and your beautiful 7cm (2.7") finisher medal.

Race within the UNESCO World Heritage along idyllic villages, past picturesque lakes, over 2 suspension bridges, and get the most stunning views of the Swiss Alps available as you take on the 100KM course. Over those 100KM, which has a total elevation gain of 20,079 feet, 9 full stocked aid stations, and a 26 hour cutoff time, you'll take in the green valley, the view of the snow-covered alps, the incredible panoramic views until you arrive at the finish line with your beautiful 9cm (3.5"") medal waiting for you.

Take yourself on a running tour of the Swiss Alps and complete our challenging yet rewarding 160KM course which has a total elevation gain of 32,317 feet, offers 15 fully stocked aid stations, and a 48 hour cutoff time. Whether you're taking on your first 160KM ultramarathon or your 10th, your unforgettable journey will take you from the green valleys, over 3 suspension bridges, along a big dam, past many beautiful lakes and through historic villages. At the finish line you'll receive your hard earned sub-24 antic silver or sub-48 antic brass belt buckle.

Watch the 2 minute "Best-Of" course video



Video by 2019 160KM finisher Gábor Györgyi

Watch the 27 minute 160KM course video



Video by 2019 160KM finisher Gábor Györgyi

Watch the 1 hour 26 minute 160KM course video



Video by 2019 160KM finisher Gábor Györgyi
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