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Freinbichl

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  • Von St. Andrä bei Brixen auf den Freinbichl.
    Von St. Andrä bei Brixen auf den Freinbichl.
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moderate
Distance 18.7 km
3:40 h
1,058 m
1,058 m
2,038 m
1,018 m
On the Bichl.
Long but easy ascent via the forest road and quite challenging descent via the Freinbichl. There you will find 4 trails, only one of which is closed to bikers ... so that it stays that way, it is highly recommended to respect this.

Start at the car park of the Plose valley station (1) and immediately behind the Plosestadl restaurant up the road. After a few 100 m, the endless forest road (Rudi-Run toboggan run in winter) begins at Gasthof Trametsch up to the mountain station of the cable car (2) at an altitude of just over 2,000 m. After a turn, we ride downhill below the chairlift valley station for about 200 m on an asphalt road before trail no. 3 starts on the right. On technically demanding passages and short uphills you reach the Freinbichl with the chapel (3). Trail no. 5 begins here in the direction of St. Georg! (4). Turn right at the bend and follow trail no. 7 to St. Jakob (5), where trail no. 7 continues (watch out for road crossings!) until you reach the Koia meadows (6). From here it is a leisurely, undulating return to the starting point (1) along the St. Andrä Rundweg (circular trail).


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