Every participant runs at their own risk. The event organiser assumes no liability before, during and after the race (also in respect of third parties). Everyone who takes part does so at their own risk and is personally responsible for their own training and health status. By paying the registration fee you automatically accept the terms and conditions. Instructions issued by race management, on route posts, and from doctors and helpers are to be followed unconditionally. Any external performance support during the race is not permitted.
By paying the entry fee, all participants also accept the Conditions of Participation.
Generally anyone over the age of 15 can participate in the Silvrettarun 3000. Those taking part in the Medium and Long route must be over the age of 17 (cut-off date 17.07.2021)
The "Silvretta Kids Run" takes place on Friday, 16th July 2021 for children and teenagers.
Any contravention of the competition rules will result in disqualification. Deviating from the signposted route will result in automatic disqualification. There is no right to appeal in the event of disqualification by the race management in the event of irregularities or grossly unsporting conduct.
In high alpine terrain, weather and temperatures can change quickly. Good sun, cold and rain protection is required.
There is no charge for the medical services provided along the route and at the finish. Participants are liable for charges for any deployment of helicopters. The medical service and the competition directors have the right to remove participants from the race who have insufficient equipment or who run the risk of damaging their health, for a certain amount of time or definitively.
Nordic Walking can only be done on the Small route.
It is not allowed to participate at the Silvrettarun 3000 with a pet (e.g. a dog).
ONLY distributed at the official prize giving! Participants who are not present at the prize giving have no claim to their prize money. There is no right of appeal.
Anyone who abandons the race is to report to the nearest route post/medical service.
The Medium and Hard routes require several hours of endurance and proceed up to an altitude of over 2978 above sea level, which is a special challenge to participants’ abilities. Only a runner who is completely physically fit and in good healthy can meet these requirements. Acclimatisation of at least 3 days prior to the run at a suitable altitude setting is recommended.
Due to the long winter and the large snowfields, poles are allowed at this year’s Silvrettarun 3000! The only exception is at the neutralising start, as long as the police vehicle is driving in front (risk of injury!) – please store away the poles there and leave them screwed together!