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Biking in Reinswald

Sarentino (Sarntal)
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Informationen zur Tour Biking in Reinswald

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  • Duration
    5:00 h
  • Distance
  • Altitude
    1040 m
  • Altitude
    1040 m
  • Max. height
    2372 m
A mountain bike tour in the Sarntal valley around Reinswald - includes some sections where riders have to carry their bikes.


This MTB tour of the Sarntal starts in Reinswald at the large car park. Cycle on path 7 into the Getrumtal valley until you reach the Getrumalm. Continue on path 7 on rocky ground across the Lückelescharte (Lückele col) to the Latzfonser Kreuz guesthouse. After a well-earned break, keep riding on path 7 (some very rough sections where you have to push) to the Fortschellscharte (Fortschell col), where you change to path 5. It is a stony and difficult trail, continue down it for a good while until it joins a wider path (still no.5). This path takes you towards Feldwies. When you reach it, keep going until you see a wayside cross. Turn left there and ride down a good path to the Kofljoch Hütte and keep going towards the Durnholzer See (Lago di Valdurna). Go round the lake on the right hand side and on the southern bank turn onto path 22. Continue along it until you return to the starting point in Reinswald.

Starting point

Car park in Reinswald

Target point

Car park in Reinswald


The tour poses some serious technical challenges and has some sections where you have to push your bike.


Car park in Reinswald

Public transportation


Go through the Sarntal valley (Val Sarentino) to Astfeld. Turn off here to Reinswald and continue uphill to the car park.

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Horst Gamper

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    Blick zur?ck zur Fortschellscharte - kurz vor dem Durnholzer See


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