Grossglockner ULTRA-TRAIL® (GGUT 110) mainly follows the trails of the so called "Glocknerrunde" around Austria's highest mountain, the Großglockner (3,798 m). Through the scenic landscape of the
National Park Hohe Tauern, the race crosses 3 provinces, 7 valleys, 6 municipalities, runners cross the Alps twice, running along 14 glaciers, surrounded by around 300 mountains higher than
3.000m. Start and Finish is in Kaprun (Maiskogelparkplatz).
After starting running on the road out of Kaprun, further on forest roads passing the Gletscherbahn Kaprun, then into the trails and the ascent to the dam of reservoir Mooserboden. Over the dam
on technical trails, finally passing a snowfield, to the Kapruner Törl (2,639 m). From there down downhill to the reservoir Tauernmoos and again immediately up to Rudolfshütte (2,315 m). Then
continuing, finally passing a snowfield, to Kalser Tauern (2,515 m), and from there in a long technically difficult downhill into the Dorfertal. Rather flat then from approx. Kalser Tauernhaus
and later softly down to Kals am Großglockner. From Kals into a long climb to the idyllic "Greiwiesen" and then a short downhill to Lucknerhaus with stunning views of the Grossglockner. The
Grossglockner always in view the track passes Lucknerhütte (2,241 m), from there technically difficult to the roof of the GGUT 110 at Pfortscharte (2,838 m).