Carinthia Cycle Marathon Bad Kleinkirchheim, Austria
The Carinthia Cycling Classic in Spring
The Carinthia Cycle Marathon covers a total of 106 kilometres, 2,150 metres in altitude and a maximum incline of 12.4 percent between the start and finish for you to master.
When you participate in the Carinthia Cycle Marathon, you might think that you are at the Tour de France or the Giro d’Italia! As far as organisation, safety and fans go, the Cycling Marathon Bad Kleinkirchheim hardly differs from the most prestigious pro-tour races.
Carinthia Cycle Marathon Bad Kleinkirchheim – the route
The start and finish point of the cycling event, the Carinthia Cycle Marathon, is the Kaiserburg Valley Station in Bad Kleinkirchheim.
- Distance: 106 kilometres
- Max. incline: 12.4 percent
- Altitude: 2,150 metres
- Lowest point: 603 metres above sea level
- Stage 1: Schiestelscharte 24.4 kilometres
- Stage 2: Eisentalhöhle 37.6 kilometres
- Stage 3: Gmünd 64.4 kilometres
- Stage 4: Radenthein 96.2 kilometres
The route is one of the most beautiful and popular road cycling tours in Austria. More than 700 participants from 10 nations put their feet on their pedals at the Carinthia Cycling Marathon every year. If you would like to participate, sign up in good time to guarantee your start number. Register for the cycling event at www.kaernten-radmarathon.at.
On the route of the Charinthian Cycle Marathon Bad Kleinkirchheim
Each year many cyclists are trying their luck on the scenic and strenuous 65 km round course. From Bad Kleinkirchheim bike to Gnesau and from there to Klösterle Afritz and back to the start. Your muscles will be painful after 950 metres of altitude, but the food tastes much better if you achieve your aim. By the way: Who handled the course in a time of 2 hours, is ready for the Nockalm tour.
Detailed information can be seen in Nockbike map No. 4.