Wednesday, 2 August 2023

 Alpenhaus Trophy Hillclimb

Floodlit Hillclimb from Ischgl to Idalp

Ischgl by night: This is not only an experience for night owls, but also for passionate mountain bikers. The latter explore Ischgl by night on 100 percent asphalt - at the tough Alpenhaus Trophy.

The impressive floodlit hillclimb leads motivated athletes from Ischgl to the Idalp. The participants probably won't have much time to admire the Tyrolean night sky. Because the almost eight-kilometre-long route demands full concentration and a lot of energy from the bikers.

Did you already know? The Alpenhaus Trophy is part of the UCI Stage Race S1. Those who complete all four individual events of the race collect valuable UCI points for the world rankings!

Alpenhaus Trophy - the Facts

When? 2 August 2023, 7.30 pm 
Where? Start: Ischgl village, finish: Ischgl Alpenhaus
What? Floodlit hillclimb at night

By the way: The Alpenhaus Trophy is open to both amateurs and professionals. It can be completed as an individual race or – for particularly ambitious athletes – as part of the four-day UCI Stage Race S1.

The Alpenhaus Trophy at a glance

Route 7.27 km | 980 metres altitude
Start Ischgl village (1,379 m)
Finish Alpenhaus, Idalp (2,320 m)
Ground 100% asphalt
Route profile

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Regulations
  • no tyre width under 1.95
  • no road bikes/handlebars
  • the regulations of the ÖRV, the UEC & the UCI apply
  • the cut-off date for the limits on the minimum age is 31.12.2022

IMPORTANT INFO: The ascent and descent with the Silvretta cable car are unlimited free of charge with the Silvretta Card Premium (Basic: 1 ascent and descent per day free of charge), without the card a ticket for the ascent and descent is available at the preferential rate of € 9,60. The cable car ticket office is open from 6:30 – 9:30 pm.

Subject to changes!

Ischgl Ironbike Programme & Schedule

Would you like to join the race?

Then go for it! Sign up now for your spot on the Alpenhaus Trophy and experience the “dark” side of Ischgl Ironbike!