Come to Martins run to Paderborn

Just like last year, we will supply our product to the athletes of this year’s Martinslauf as they cross the finish line. Also this year we will be able to offer free samples of our new BERTRAND-Bottles to the spectators and interested parties.

The course of the Paderborn Martinslauf runs for around two kilometers through parts of the city center. Past historic buildings such as the cathedral and the town hall, across Franz Stock Square to the Paderquell area, through the Geiselsche Garten at the municipal library and back to the cathedral square. You can run six kilometers as well as ten kilometers. So both routes are really suitable for everyone. Thanks to the illumination on different sections of the run, the evening run radiates a lot of charm and is not only a sporting pleasure.

This run really has it all. With start and finish at the market place in front of the Paderborn cathedral, this year’s run will again be a varied 2km circuit through Paderborn’s city center. Highlights are the numerous steps at the Franz-Stock-Platz as well as at the Städtische Galerie into the Paderquell area to the Dielenpader. Also some bridges have to be crossed. The final highlight of the circuit is the final spurt of each round at the “Eselsberg” up to the cathedral square. Here, it is important to pace and be in the right shape.


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