New Year’s Eve Run Munich
Run into the new year this December 31 at the New Year’s Eve Run Munich (Silvesterlauf München), an event for everyone, no matter whether you want to sprint, run, jog, walk, or just watch!
The New Year’s Eve Run
The New Year’s Eve Run in Munich has been taking place annually in 1984, and is one of the most popular fun races in all of Bavaria. The routes each take a circuit through the Olympic Park, starting and finishing by the guest of honour area at the Olympic Stadium.
The race is accommodating to all with the competitions being registered as “approved walking run – walking / hiking”, and there is also a kid’s run, great for families with children.
To accommodate different types of runners, there will be four routes for the runners to choose from:
- Children’s run – 0,5 kilometres
- Schoolchildren's run – 2 kilometres
- Fun run – 5 kilometres
- Folk & Street run – 10 kilometres
Racing at the New Year’s Eve Run
If you're interested in taking part in the New Year's Eve Run, you need to register on the website. Once registered, participants will receive information about their start times and can pick up their race numbers at 9.30am on the day of the race, December 31.
If you don't wish to run, you can always watch the race from the sidelines and cheer your friends and family on!
Attending the New Year’s Eve Run in Munich
Interested in a sporty end to the year? Head over to the official New Year’s Eve Run Munich website for more information on the races, including contingency plans depending on the weather, and how to access the venue via public transportation.
Credit for all images: www.silvesterlauf-muenchen.de