Race Course

  • course map 60 km
  • course profile 60 km
  • course map 30 km
  • course profile 30 km

60 km Course 

The course goes through a spectacular scenery from Mösern, Wildmoos, Buchen and Leutasch before heading back to Seefeld and WCS-Arena. The track has a height difference of 835 metres. The highest point is 1,340 meters above sea level. Please pay attention at the crossing area! Take care of other participants and keep right. When over-taking, check that no one is behind you. This ensures that everyone can enjoy the race all the way to the finish line.

30 km Course

Starting in Unterleutasch the course uses the same route as the 60km distance through the beautiful and quite flat Leutasch valley, before going uphill to the Wildmoos and from the Wildmoos down again to Seefeld with finish line in the new World Championships Arena.

Refreshment and service stations

There are a number of stations along the course of the Kaiser Maximilian Lauf where refreshments and/or equipment services are available from the race organization’s personnel:

Time limits

Course  Location
KM 8 Wildmoos Refreshments
KM 16 Moos Refreshments & equipment service
KM 22 Kirchplatzl Refreshments
KM 31 Underleutasch Refreshments 
KM 41 / 16 Kirchplatzl Refreshments
KM 46 / KM 16 Moos Refreshments & equipment service
KM 52 / 22 Wildmoosalm Refreshments
We offer potato soup, homemade cake, chocolate and sport drinks at the refreshment stations during the race. 
For safety reasons, the maximum time which a participant is allowed to take for the distance of 60km is 7 hours (finish time 4:00 pm). For 30km 4 hours. The following time limits are also applicable = last time of passage (60 and 30km) at the refreshment stations:

-Unterleutasch KM 31: last time of passage at 12:30 pm.
-Kirchplatz KM 41: last time of passage at 1:45 pm.
-Moos KM 46: last time of passage at 2:15 pm.

Participants who pass these refreshment points at a later time will be stopped by the organising committee and will be brought back to the finish line by the provided shuttle service.

Pole and wax service

Pole- and wax service is available at the 16km and 46km marks in Moos.

Track signs

The track signs occur every kilometer and are counted downwards.

Emergency service and first aid

In the start and finish area as well as along the course, there is at any time an emergency service and first aid crew on duty. The emergency services and first aid personnel organised by the mountain and trail rescue will be available in the start and finish area as well as along the course. Emergency telephone calls should always be made using the number 140 and should contain the following information:

- Kaiser Maximilian Lauf
- Location of the accident along the course, note kilometer distance signs
- Type of injury

It is recommended that participants carry a mobile phone during the race, as in certain circumstances it might save lives! The mountain and trail rescue team has the right to forbid a participant to continue if they are strongly convinced that the health of the participant or of other participants may be endangered.


In Unterleutasch (KM31) a checkpoint is set up which must be passed to get a valid finishing time.