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Biking on Latsch Sonnenberg St. Martin

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  • Auffahrt mit Aussicht zur Bergstation St. Martin im Kofel.
    Auffahrt mit Aussicht zur Bergstation St. Martin im Kofel.
    Photo: Martin Braito
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Distance 13.9 km
3:24 h
1,113 m
0 m
1,744 m
631 m
Everything your heart desires
On this mountain flank, bikers can expect: two uphills, a cable car transport option and four downhills, where all technical difficulty levels up to S3 can be found.

A Uphill: St. Martin im Kofel – Forra-Höfe Start: along the cycle path to ➊ Kastelbell-Zentrum in the direction of St. Martin. This ascent takes place via the asphalted access road to St. Martin as far as the ➋ Forra-Höfen. Follow the Follow the signs. 16.8 km 1220 hm B Uphill: Üüber Goldrain/Vetzan bis zur Bergstation St. Martin (all info on the tour here) Start: ➌ Maxx Bike Shop in Latsch. This driveway leads über ➍ Goldrain and ➎ Vetzan, past the fortress ➏ Castle. Annenberg, the old steep access road to ➐ St. Martin. A challenge for strong uphill riders! 13.9 km 1134 hm C Uphill: With the St. Martin cable car Times at st.martin D Downhill: Monte Sole Trail Easy – S0–S2 Start: ➐ St. Martin mountain station. Üüber ingeniously laid out trails. Direction ➑ Annaberger Böden. Follow the signs to Monte-Sole. Follow Trail-Easy to ➓ Goldrain to the Vinschgau cycle path. 7.8 km 1237 tm E Downhill: Tschilli Trail – S2–S3 Start: ➐ St. Martin mountain


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