Categories

The main starting field for the Aletsch Half-Marathon is divided into categories for men and women. There is also a category for Nordic Walking and the “Gletschi” race for runners under 18 years of age and the Marmot race for runners under 12. You can find your respective running time in the rankings list for your category.

Men and Women

Age (age group) Entry fee Distance Start time

U20 (2000-1999)

CHF 60.-

21.1 km

from 10 a.m.

20+ (1998-84)

CHF 60.-

21.1 km

from 10 a.m.

35+ (1983-79)

CHF 60.-

21.1 km

from 10 a.m.

40+ (1978-74)

CHF 60.-

21.1 km

from 10 a.m.

45+ (1973-69)

CHF 60.-

21.1 km

from 10 a.m.

50+ (1968-64)

CHF 60.-

21.1 km

from 10 a.m.

55+ (1963-59)

CHF 60.-

21.1 km

from 10 a.m.

60+ (1958-54)

CHF 60.-

21.1 km

from 10 a.m.

65+ (1953-...)

CHF 60.-

21.1 km

from 10 a.m.

Nordic Walking

all age groups Entry fee Distance Start time
(timed and in alphabetical order) CHF 59.- 21.1 km 10.30 a.m.

“Gletschi” race

U18 (2001-2006) Entry fee Distance Start time
Girls CHF 10.- 1.1 km 9.45 a.m.
Boys CHF 10.- 1.1 km 9.45 a.m.

Marmot race

U12 (2007 and younger) Startgeld Distanz Startzeit
Girls CHF 10.- 1.1 km 9.45 a.m.
Boys CHF 10.- 1.1 km 9.45 a.m.

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CHRISTOPH SEILER

President of Swiss Athletics

An event with 2,500 runners speaks for itself. The Aletsch Half-Marathon has long been THE mountain half-marathon in Switzerland beyond any comparison. On behalf of Swiss Athletics, I congratulate you on reaching this milestone anniversary and am convinced that the Aletsch Half-Marathon success story will continue. Such exceptional events are very important for the running scene in Switzerland and consequently for Swiss Athletics too! Many thanks for your dedication. It is quite clear that the organisers have put their heart and soul into making a success of this unique run. Keep up the good work!

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