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There are two routes. The main difference is the finish location:
You can choose between the KRM Klassik (216 km/4600m+) with finish on the Kitzbüheler Horn and the KRM Kitz (209 km/3400m+) with finish in Kitzbühel.
Both routes contain challenging climbs:
The KRM Klassik race spans 216 kilometers, culminating in the grueling Kitzbüheler Horn climb, known as one of the toughest one-day gran fondo challenges. Over just 7.5 kilometers, you'll ascend 924 meters, facing an average gradient of 12.3% and a maximum of 23%. This climb is a supreme test for gran fondo enthusiasts, requiring the use of the easiest gear, as even that can be a formidable challenge. Reaching the summit is a heroic achievement.
The course mirrors the KRM Klassik route, with the distinction of concluding in Kitzbühel. You can pre-register for this distance or opt for the KRM Kitz route on the day itself.
This option is perfect for those running on empty, facing setbacks, or simply looking for a change of pace. It's also an excellent choice for groups, allowing participants to ride at their own comfort level.
And no mistake: KRM Kitz is still a challenging ride.
Book your starting place together with a stay at the luxurious Harisch Hotels and pay the lowest entry fee.
This offer allows you to prepare and explore the course in the best possible way. An early breakfast awaits you on race day. The comfortable rooms ensure sufficient rest and strength, the wellness and sauna facilities promote recovery.
Welcome to the ultimate biking paradise nestled in the heart of the Kitzbühel mountains! Whether you're a road cycling enthusiast covering kilometers, a mountain biking adventurer conquering elevation, or an e-bike enthusiast enjoying leisurely rides, Kitzbühel has something to offer every cyclist. On your cycling holiday in Kitzbühel, not only will you relish the stunning landscapes, but you'll also savor delectable culinary experiences. Much like hiking, but with a touch more speed, explore our magnificent terrain on two wheels.
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