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Red Bull X-Alps

in Wagrain-Kleinarl in 2021 and 2023

On  20th of June, 2021 the 10th edition of Red Bull X-Alps starts.

An integral part: Wagrain-Kleinarl as a mandatory stopover and host of the prologue for the toughest adventure race in the world.

The 33 athletes from 17 nations, including 13 rookies and 3 women, have only to walk and fly with the paraglider. They pass 13 turnpoints from Salzburg to Mont Blanc and back. The around 1,200 kilometer route will once again play a key role in 2021.

Experience the participants up close in the middle of the Salzburg Alps and follow your favorites online in the live tracking on the further route to the finish.

Join the event when the athletes fight for the best start positions and rewards!

Red Bull X-Alps - highlights
  • 17.06.2021 - Prologue in Wagrain-Kleinarl
  • 20.06.2021 - Start of the race in Salzburg
  • LIVE-tracking
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THe Route 2021 announced on 16.03.2021

from Salzburg to Mont Blanc and back - ONLY by foot or with the paraglider

Red bull x-alps 2021

The program in Wagrain-Kleinarl

17th of June, 2021: PROLOGUE 

A small race for the best times and 3 night passes.

20th of June, 2021: Race start & TURNPOINT 

Race start at Mozartplatz in Salzburg. 2nd turnpoint in Wagrain-Kleinarl.

Prologue June 17, 2021

at the sports field in Kleinarl

For the forth time in the history of the Red Bull X-Alps, a prologue will be held. Program for 2021 to be announced.

It is a small race with a length of about 25 km and a race time between 2 and 4.5 hours in which all Red Bull X-Alps athletes participate.

  • The TOP 3 get an additional Night Pass (Strategically important Joker during the actual race)
  • The respective arrears on the winner of the prologue are taken over into the main race and the athletes have to wait this time on the 2nd day. 
© zooom~FelixWoelk© zooom~FelixWoelk
Racestart &  turnpoint 20th june, 2021

at the sports field in Kleinarl

The participants of the Red Bull X-Alps fight their way across the Alps in about 1,200 kilometers.

The 2nd Turnpoint - here the participants change the direction - is in Wagrain-Kleinarl. The distance between the turnpoints is not fixed and the athletes can choose their route freely. 

The arrival of the athletes in Wagrain-Kleinarl on Sunday, June 20th, is weather dependent and therefore can not be predicted accurately. In cause of good weather conditions, the first athletes reach the turnpoint in Wagrain-Kleinarl in the early afternoon, but in unfavorable flight conditions they will arrive later.

Race start from Red Bull X-Alps in Salzburg | © Zooom - Leo Rosas© Zooom - Leo Rosas
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LIVE Tracking 

Fans and followers from all over the world can follow every step of the athletes with LIVE Tracking - at the prologue and the race!

Not just tracking - but much more! - With the 3D mode - you are as close to the athletes as never before!

Who will be in front? Which route will be the best choice? - Join live!

Paul GuschlBauer

Athlete from Graz, Austria

 

Adventurer Paul Guschlbauer is already at the start for the 5th time at Red Bull X-Alps and wants to win! - He was training with us in Wagrain-Kleinarl and we accompanied him:

 

Red Bull X-Alps athlete Paul Guschlbauer from Austria | © honza-zak-red-bull© honza-zak-red-bull
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Interview with event manager Ulrich Grill

Ulrich Grill, event manager of the Red Bull X-alps takes us in the interview behind the scenes of the hardest adventure race in the world.

 Interview (German)

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