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Die Tour hat Ähnlichkeit mit der St. Martin- Tour im Anstieg.
Photo: Martin Braito
Distance 19 km
Highest point1,613 m
Lowest point719 m
Uphill This bike tour is an absolute must for sporty uphill riders. The tour is somewhat overshadowed by the St. Martin tour, but has similarities in the ascent. Difference: slightly fewer metres in altitude and very pleasant, as there is hardly any motorised traffic. Recommended as a very great panoramic tour.
Start at the ➊ Bikeshop Bikeman in Silandro. A very sporty climb follows. From ➋ Kortsch, a very steep asphalt road leads up to the Kortscher Sonnenberg. Only after the junction Schlandrauntal does the ascent flatten out somewhat. However, there are still 5 km and 430 metres of ascent to the highest point of the tour. At the ➍ Innereggenhof turnoff, we leave the asphalt road and head towards ➎ Matatsch. Shortly after the farm, the tour takes us slightly to the right to the farm ➏ Feilegg and on to the ➐ Rimpfh fen (the Rimpfh fen, which are well worth seeing, were rebuilt in an exemplary manner by an association called the Rimpfer). The descent takes us to ➑ Allitz. The descent from Allitz to Silandro takes us along the ➒ path 15A first to Cortsch and then on to Silandro in the pedestrian zone for a good cappuccino.
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