Holytrail Mariazell

Mariazell, Austria • 9 May 2024

The Holytrail offers two distance options: 70 km and 20 km. Registration is limited and can be done through the organizer's website. The participation fees are 75 € for the 70 km route and 50 € for the 20 km route. The event is organized by Alexander Schenk and Michael Pickhard. Further information can be found on the Holytrail's website. Visit the organization's website for the most recent information.

Race information

70 km
Holytrail 70Km
20 km
Holytrail Scenic 20Km
Visit the organization's website for the most recent information.


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