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Fennberg border tour

Mountainbiking · Bolzano and environs
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  • Der Fennberger See am Fennberg im Unterland.
    Der Fennberger See am Fennberg im Unterland.
    Photo: Edith Runer
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Distance 32.8 km
4:29 h
1,005 m
1,003 m
1,178 m
208 m
Überm Unterland
From Kurtatsch on the wine road to the secluded Fennberg lake on the Fennberg mountain and down to Aichholz (Roverè della Luna).

Take a deep breath when you start at the car park at the junction with the Weinstrasse (just below the church). Because right from the start, the road from Kurtatsch up to Fennberg hardly leaves any time to breathe. With gradients of up to 15 percent, especially at the beginning of the tour, the muscles warm up quickly. First follow the Penon/Graun signs, but then orientate yourself in the centre of the village according to the brown signpost „Fennberg“. The tour leads past the hamlet of Hofstatt with three houses, countless vineyards and a magnificent view. The route continues – always on asphalt - in the shady forest to Oberfennberg. The hamlet consists only of a manor house with servants' quarters and a small church and leaves nothing to be desired in terms of romance. A few minutes later you reach the highest point of the tour at around 1200 metres above sea level. Now it's a short 200-metre descent to Unterfennberg. Interestingly, Oberfennberg belongs to the municipality of


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