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Demanding itinerary to the Gelato mountain pass - Eisjöchl

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  • Die Stettiner Hütte am Eisjöchl
    Die Stettiner Hütte am Eisjöchl
    Photo: Hanspaul Menara
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Distance 85.4 km
11:36 h
2,642 m
2,642 m
2,894 m
302 m
From valley to valley
Highly demanding MTB tour through the Val di Fosse

This tour starts at the Naturno railway station. Take the Claudia Augusta cycling path North, when you reach the first bridge turn right on the state road. Keep going North until you reach the crossroads for Schnalstal. Travel across Schnalstal for about 9km. Before reaching the crossroads for Certosa, turn right for Val di Fosse – Pfossental that you will have to travel through until Vorderkaser, then  carry on until the Eishof farmhouse. From the Eishof travel up the various hairpin turns until the Eisjöchl mountain pass, passing by the Petrarca all'Altissima - Stettiner Hütte refuge. Here starts the difficult descent (1100 m incline) to the Lazinser farmhouse in Val Passiria. From the Lazinser farmhouse carry on for Plan-Pfelders so towards Plat-Platt. From Plat go towards Pianlargo-Braiteben then along the asphalt road until San Leonardo in Passiria. Follow the cycling path to Merano, pass by Piazza delle Terme so to the right on the Bridge for Via Piave then left on Corso


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