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E-bike tour from Brixen to the Hofer Alpl

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  • Mit dem E-Bike von Brixen zum Hofer Alpl
    Mit dem E-Bike von Brixen zum Hofer Alpl
    Photo: Hofer Alpl
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Distance 81.2 km
7:16 h
1,355 m
1,355 m
1,452 m
373 m
Through the Eisacktal
From Brixen to the Schlern area.

The e-bike tour through the Eisack Valley starts in Brixen. Follow the cycle path in a southerly direction to Atzwang. Turn left here and cross the Eisack over the bridge. Continue via Völser Ried to St. Konstantin and then continue to Völser Weiher. Here you take path 2 in the direction of Ums. This leads to a forest road (no. 8) that leads to the Hofer Alpl, a recommended stop at the foot of the Sciliar, where bikers can use an e-bike charging station. From the mountain hut, continue along the forest path in the direction of the Wei&szligahn. Turn left at the fork in the road and continue in a northerly direction (trail marker 1) and take trail 1B to reach the Vöser Weiher pond. Here follow the signs to Völs am Schlern and üvia St. Anton back down into the valley. From Atzwang follow the cycle path in a northerly direction back to the starting point in Brixen;


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