Event Details


May 14, 2016


05:00 PM



„When running up a hill you can give up as many times as you like, as long as your feet keep moving.“ Dan Millman

The Challenge

Find and overcome limits

The fourth Mammutmarsch starts on May 14th, 2016 in Berlin. 100 kilometers have to be walked in less than 24 hours. The body reaches its limit but the challenge can be overcome by every person with an average fitness level. The true battle takes place in the head.


The Team

Out of Passion for the Extreme

The team is united in its love for extreme sports challenges and extreme experiences in general. Philipp and Bastian already walked 100 kilometers in 2007. That experience was so astonishing that they want to share it with other adventurers.



Philipp Laage
Runner, Mountain Climber

Philipp is a passionate runner, mountain climber and extreme sports lover. For a couple of years now, he regularly participates in marathons and longer running events. . Ever since he was little, he has loved the mountains, which has motivated him to participate in a series of mountain runs as well as climbing some serious mountain tops, among them the Kilimandjaro.


Kalle Eberhardt
Runner, Traveller

In his youth Kalle was a professional swimmer and won many challenges, among them the local championship in Berlin. Today, Kalle runs a marathon every year aiming for better times each year. Kalle loves the pain of a sports challenge and seeks adventure all around the world.


Bastian Kröhnert
Fighter, Entrepreneur

Already in his young years, Basti developed a passion for martial arts. Trail- and stair runs are an essential part of his training program and he is very conscious about his whole body fitness. He has already fulfilled his lifelong dream and spent a few months in Rio de Janeiro training Brasilian Jiu Jitsu.


All important information about the march

General Questions

What is the composition of the track?

The track will be changed this year.

The underground is mainly gravel, soft forest underground, asphalt and cobblestones. You will march through forests, fields and small villages. You will also pass by some beautiful lakes, however, you will probably not be in the mood to take a swim.

How do I find the track? Are there maps/a GPS?

You will receive a map that shows the whole track and more detailed maps for each part of the track. In addition, you receive a very detailed description where you find each turn on the track. Furthermore, you receive the whole description on MP3-files. Like that you can use your MP3 Player in the middle of the forest as a navigation tool. Of course all track posts and exit points are pointed out on the maps. In case that you get lost on the track you can always call us and we will help you to get back on track. We also offer GPS Tracks that you can download to be led through the whole track.

How do I get back to Berlin?

The finish line is directly located at the train station in Gusow. From there you can catch a train to Berlin that leaves every hour. The tickets cost around 6,10€ -8,20€ (30.08.2013).

Are there track posts and posts where we get food?

There are four track posts at kilometres 30, 50, 70 and 80. At this posts you can refill your water so that you only have to carry that water necessary for the next part of the track. Of course you can also sit down and relax a bit. We only offer a limited amount of food because every participant has different requirements. However, we offer some power bars, bananas etc. at the posts.

The March

Can I also run the Mammutmarsch?

The Mammutmarsch is not a running event. The opening times at the posts are in accordance with the average walking speed.

Do we walk in groups or alone?

Every participant can choose his own walking speed. However, we ask you to find a partner who walks with you. Like that, you can support each other in case of an emergency and it is more fun for both. If you don’t have a friend who wants to join, you can always find a group that you can join for the march.

What happens if I cannot walk any more?

If you realize that you cannot walk anymore because you are injured, or any other similar reason, you should quit the march. We have marked different exit points on the track that exist apart from the track posts. On those exit points there are either busses or trains that go directly to Berlin. If it is impossible for you to reach the next exit point, we will send someone to pick you up and bring you to the next exit point. That costs 20€ to prevent everyone from doing that and because we only have a limited amount of drivers and cars.

What should I have in my backpack?

You should always have enough food and water in your bag. Rain clothes and plasters for blisters also make a lot of sense. You should bring a fully charged phone and a MP3-Player for the track description.

Is the march rated? Do I get my individual finisher time?

We take the time of each finisher. However, the Mammutmarsch is not a race and all that counts is finishing in less than 24 hours. Everyone finishing within 24 hours is a winner and ends up in our hall of fame.




Includes participation, water and snacks during the event plus the Mammut-certificate.

40 €


Luggage transport

You don’t want to carry your heavy bag with water and food? Then you receive three bags from us where you can put your stuff in and receive them at different posts along the track.

+ 15 €


You want to show that you participated in the Mammutmarsch? Then you can get a Mammutmarsch T-Shirt produced of high quality cotton.

+ 20 €

Registration for Mammutmarsch 2016 is closed!

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Start: Zeuthen, Berlin

Finish: Gusow, Brandenburg

Date: May 14th, 2016

Registration fee: 40 €

Distance: 100 Kilometers

Time Limit: 24 Hours




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