Competitors run up the ski flying hill during the Red Bull 400 race in Planica, Slovenia, Sep. 19, 2015.

Running 400 meters is no kick to most people. Well, it’s just one lap around the track, right?

The Red Bull 400 comes with a twist: It is a 400 meters run, but you will be running uphill at an altitude close to 200m at over 30 degrees of incline. It is a race that puts your calves, quads and endurance to the ultimate test.

Known to be the steepest 400m race in Europe, it is possible that Red Bull 400 could also be the steepest race in the world. If you need more convincing how tough the race is, just take a look at the breathtaking scenery when the runners have reached the top:

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