Northern Europe's toughest uphill race
La Sportiva Skaala Uphill, from 29 to 1848 metres above sea level, is Northern Europe's tougest uphill race in terms of the difference in altitude of 1.819 metres between start and finish. The total distance is 8,2 km, and the average rise is 22,5 %. La Sportiva Skaala Uphill is arranged with both competition class with individual timekeeping, and also with a fun run class without timekeeping.
PLEASE NOTE: La Sportiva Skaala Uphill race takes place in the Jostedalsbreen National Park. We therefore ask all participants and spectators to follow the marked trail. Please use garbage bins for drinking cups and other waste
Ahmet Arslan (Turkey)
Camilla Magliano (Italy)
Eli Anne Dvergsdal (Norway)
Fabian Alraun (Austria)
Karoline Holsen Kyte (Norway)
Kirsten Marathon Melkevik (Norway)
Kristen Skjeldal (Norway)
Magdalena Maierhofer (Austria)
May Britt Buer (Norway)
Michelle Maier (Germany)
Mouchine Outhala (Morocco)
Stian Øvergaard Aarvik (Norway)
Thorbjørn Thorsen Ludvigsen (Norway)
Øyvind Heiberg Sundby (Norway)
Weldu Negash Gebretsadik (Norway)
La Sportiva Skaala Uphill Race has great prizes. Read more.
Competition class: NOK 610
Fun run class adult (from 16 y.) NOK 200. After August 1st: NOK 230
Fun-run child (10 to 15 y.): NOK 100
La Sportiva Skaala Uphill is North Europe's tougest mountain race, in terms of the difference in altitude of 1.819 metres between start and finish. Could you beat the record of 1 h 20 min 6 seg for women and 1 h 7 min 6 sec for men?
Fun run Class
Ready for a tough race, but want only to compete with yourself? Join the fun run class to Mount Skåla.
This years La Sportiva Skaala Uphill POSTER (pdf)
Mini Skaala Uphill race
For children 5-12 years old, where we walk to the Mountain Farm. Barbeque at Tjugen after the event. Arranged by our sponsor Sogn og Fjordane Sparebank
Barbeque party in the Alexandra Garden
Enjoy a delicious grillbuffet together with fellow Skåla runners Saturday evening in the Alexandra Garden.
Stay at Hotel Alexandra or Hotel Loenfjord in the centre of Loen, or in a cosy cabin up the valley.