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Bike & hike - hinauf zum Glurnser Köpfl, dem Hausberg der gleichnamigen Stadt.
Photo: Martin Braito
Distance 23.6 km
Highest point2,373 m
Lowest point910 m
Reward Take the bike to the Glurnser Alm. From there you walk to the Glurnser Köpfl, the local mountain of the town of Glurns. You will be rewarded with a view that couldn't be more beautiful from King Ortler opposite.
Start at the ➊ town square of Glurns, through the Tauferer Tor towards ➋ parish church. The summit cross on the mountain, the destination of today s tour, is clearly visible at the parish church, there are „only“ 1488 metres of altitude in between. The ascent begins behind the parish church and is signposted as tour no. 26 to the ➌ Glurnser Alm. Park the bike and lock it, continue on foot to the ➍ summit cross, which you reach after a further 400 metres of altitude above the alp.The descent and the descent follow the same route as the ascent. Technically experienced bikers can also enjoy the old alpine path no. 24. Arriving in Glurns, enjoying a homemade ice cream from the Gr ner Baum ice cream parlour in the town square is as much a part of this tour as the Amen after prayer.
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