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From Lake Haider to the Bruggeralm

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moderate
Distance 32.8 km
3:56 h
677 m
677 m
2,054 m
1,450 m
Beautiful tour with approx. 700 metres in altitude. At Haider See, the ascent begins with a great view. From the Bruggeralm, a leisurely "roll" through the quiet, idyllic Zerzertal valley begins with a short climb to the Oberdörfer Alm. A gigantic view back into the Zerzertal and up to the Großhorn opposite. On the way back, stop at Bruggeralm and enjoy the specialities and the magnificent view.

After the start in Graun, the route goes along Lake Reschen to the dam wall and from there on to Lake Haider. At the end of the lake, turn right and ride up a good incline towards Bruggeralm. Pass the little St. Martin's church and you will finally reach the alpine pasture. Now follow the path through the Zerzertal valley and you will reach the Oberdörfer Alm. This is where the descent begins, you cycle back to the Bruggeralm and then down via Plag to St. Valentin auf der Haide, possibly also via the Haideralm trail. Take the cycle path along the lakeshore back to the starting point in Graun. Tour provided by: Josef Thüni hotel@langtaufererhof.it www.langtaufererhof.it


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