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Blick über den nördlichen Abschnitt des Wipptales.
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Distance 21.5 km
Highest point2,116 m
Lowest point1,312 m
Up the Sattelberg. If you drive up from Brennerbad along the old military road, you will reach a magnificent mountain world above the pass. The ascent is quite comfortable; the many old and partially asphalted
and partly asphalted military roads have a pleasant gradient. You hardly meet
hardly anyone in this area and it is worthwhile to take a look at the old military installations,
the old military installations you pass. Once you have
once you have reached the ridge, from which you have a fantastic panoramic view
far into Austria, there is a wonderful stretch of road to the old
section over to the old military base. The descent down to the
to the Sattelalm is a bit rough, but technically relatively easy. It is followed by
follows a good forest road, which, however, becomes very steep in the last section.
down to the Brenner Pass.
From the ➊ car park in Brennerbad follow the main road in the direction of Brenner. After the bridge, turn left and follow the cycle path (left side) to the Silbergasser inn. There the ➋ old military road branches off to the left. Over a mixture of gravel and asphalt you gain height. The tunnels at the beginning of the climb can be mastered without light. At the first ➌ bend (a road branches off to the left to a small alpine hut), take the bend to the right and continue up the road. In a ➍ left-hand bend (small picture block in the road wall) at 1860 m, a road branches off to the right. Keep left here (large, eroded area). After a pasture fence with a gate, you reach an alpine pasture and a ➎ path junction (2005 m). Continue to the right (pasture fence with gate). A somewhat narrower, partly bumpy road leads past an old ➏ military barracks to the next ➐ fork (bunker with three windows) at 2080m. Left uphill and then mostly hard along the ridge to the former military installation (2100
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