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Tschöggelberg tour

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  • E-MTB-Tour am Tschögglberg
    E-MTB-Tour am Tschögglberg
    Photo: Tourismusverein Mölten
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Distance 33.1 km
3:23 h
949 m
1,709 m
1,777 m
250 m
E-MTB tour on the sunny Tschöggelberg.

From the valley station, take the Mölten–Vilpian cable car up the mountain. From the top station, take the steep, asphalted road to Schlaneid. Cross the village, keep left at the junction with Schlaneiderstrasse and follow the road for about 2 km. At the junction with the main road to Hafling, keep left again and continue on the Aschlerbachstrasse for about 300 m to the bus stop. Turn right and follow the signs for Sattlerhütte / Möltner Kaser uphill. About 2.5 km after the car park, the forest path begins, which first leads to the Sattlerhütte and then on to the Möltner Kaser turning point. Take the ascent path back to 100 m after the Sattlerhütte, turn left and follow the signs for Schermoos / Langfenn uphill. At the end of the ascent you come to a prominent crossroads with a weather cross, there take the rough forest road no. 4 to the asphalted road to the valley. Keep to the right and descend to the Schermoos car park. From the car park, take the forest road to the hillside with


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