Engadin Skimarathon- Cancelled
Maloja - S-chanf
The Engadin Skimarathon 2021 and all other races (Engadin Women`s Race, Engadin Night Race, ST.MORITZ SUPERSPRINT) have been cancelled. Due to the uncertainty about the development of the pandemic and the future regulations for events, the largest cross-country skiing festival in the Alps cannot take place this winter either. From March 5th to 14th, the organizers will therefore operate permanent timekeeping in cooperation with Datasport. With the “Engadin Skimarathon-individual”, the original marathon route from Maloja to S-chanf can be run individually without large crowds of people.
On the second Sunday morning of March in Maloja in the Upper Engadin, the starting pistol for the Engadin Skimarathon will be fired. Every year, Switzerland's largest sports event attracts around 14,000 cross-country fans from over 65 nations to the Grisons high valley. On the 42 km long marathon route, the runners move over frozen lakes, past typical Engadin villages and through a unique winter landscape to S-chanf.
The Engadin Skimarathon is the largest cross-country skiing event in Switzerland and the second largest in the world. Since 1969, thousands of participants have run the marathon route from Maloja to S-chanf on the second Sunday in March. The Engadin Half Marathon, the Engadin Women's Race and the Engadin Night Race are also on the program for the marathon week.
Date: March 14th 2021
Distance: 42 km