Jungfrau Marathon

5 (2 Reviews)
Interlaken, Berne, Switzerland
06-07 Sep, 2024 (Fri - Sat)
Event size: 1000 - 4999 participants

Trail running

4.4 km, 4.2195 mi, 42.195 km

Price from
240 USD
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About the event

The Jungfrau-Marathon is an extraordinary event featuring 42.195 km with a 1'953 metres altitude difference and 4'000 entries that sell out every year. Runners and spectators will be amazed by the stunning landscape throughout the course, with magnificent views of the iconic Alpine trio of peaks, Mönch, Eiger, and Jungfrau. Starting in Interlaken and passing by Lake Brienz, traditional mountain villages, and a breathtaking mountain backdrop, the journey ends in the same place it began. Adding to the excitement are the flag throwers, alphorn players, and bell ringers who liven up the atmosphere. The Jungfrau-Marathon is truly an awe-inspiring experience.

Races offered by this event

You have 15 weeks to prepare

Harder Run Race

06 Sep, 2024 (Fri) - 17:10
Trail running
4.4 km
750 m of elevation gain
The race is a loop in the center of Interlaken.
Solo
On site
Trail

Pararace

06 Sep, 2024 (Fri) - 17:45
Trail running
4.4 km
750 m of elevation gain
The race is a loop in the center of Interlaken.
Solo
On site
Trail

MIniMarathon

06 Sep, 2024 (Fri) - 19:00
Trail running
4.2195 mi
The race is a loop in the center of Interlaken.
Solo
On site
Trail

Marathon

07 Sep, 2024 (Sat) - 08:30
Trail running
42.195 km
1532 m of elevation gain
Race size: 2500 - 4999 participants
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The course starts in Interlaken and goes into the Jungfrau Region via Lauterbrunnen, Wengen up to the Kleine Scheidegg with its famous mountains Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau.
Solo
On site
Trail
Extreme
Timed
Mountain range

Course details

Course highlights

Center of Interlaken Lake of Brienz Staubbach waterfall Wengen (Lauberhorn Ski World Cup Downhill course) Alpine Moraine The iconic Alpine trio of peaks the Eiger, Mönch and Jungfrau

Start address

Höheweg 73, Interlaken, Schweiz

Finish address

Eigergletscher, Lauterbrunnen, Schweiz

Route map

route map

What’s included in entry

These are included in your entry
Finisher medal
Custom BIB number
Toilets
Goodie bag
Cash prizes
Nutrition Stations
Lockers
Drink Stations
Bag drop
Timing chip (single use)
Shower
Photo Service
Dressing rooms
Massage
Free public transport
E-certificate/e-diploma
Video Service
finishers-t-shirts
Parking
Expo entry
mobile-tracking-jm-app
Pre-race meal
Post-race meal
Pacers
Medical Assistance

Frequently Asked Questions

Reviews

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Jarno Kiintola
Country flag of FI

It is not just words: World most beautiful marathon. Awesome landscape, perfect weather (2019), well organised!

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Marco Vink
Country flag of NL

Breathtaking. One couldn't help smiling from start to finish. Of course it did help that it was sunny and warm (2017 it was grey, raining and almost zero degrees Celcius at the top). May a bit too warm to run but hey ... most of the race after the 25K mark is just a hiking trip up the mountain. Be prepared that that is just the way it is for most average runners ;-) Switzerland isn't the cheapest location to visit and stay but this bucket list marathon is a must do. Very well organised. Relaxed atmospfere. Not so much to be influenced by the organisers: - Train ride down the mountain back to Interlaken took about 2 hours incl. waiting time on the platform (that already took 30 - 45 minutes and can take longer) - Take your own food with you or via your supporters up the mountain unless you want to spend EUR 30 and up per person for a quick lunch

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Results 2016: Jungfrau Marathon

13 Sep, 2016 (Tue)

Credit : bobwitlox Robbie Simpson claimed victory in Interlaken with a time of 03:00:11, followed by Birhanu Mekonnen who finished with a time of 03:05:33. Stephan Wenk (03:06:17) made notched third place. In the women’s race, it was Martina Strähl who took the top spot in 03:19:15 . She bested Michelle Maier who crossed the finish line 11 minutes 7 seconds behind her. The third place went to Aline Camboulives with a time of 03:39:38 Top 5 Men 1 Robbie Simpson 03:00:11 2 Birhanu Mekonnen 03:05:33 3 Stephan Wenk 03:06:17 4 Eric Blake 03:07:41 5 Patrick Wieser 03:08:28 Top 5 Women 1 Martina Strähl 03:19:15 2 Michelle Maier 03:30:22 3 Aline Camboulives 03:39:38 4 Megan Kimmel 03:41:07 5 Petra Eggenschwiler 03:45:09 Complete results
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