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From Silandro to Haselhof - freeride route

· 2 reviews · Mountainbiking · Vinschgau
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moderate
Distance 18.2 km
3:00 h
913 m
913 m
1,559 m
689 m
The long ascent to the Haselhof is worth it, because varied trail sections and freeride stretches ensure enormous riding fun on the downhill.

This mountain bike tour first takes us from Covelano to the Haselhof snack station on the Nörderberg. There we can recover from the exertions of the ascent before the varied downhill demands the rest of our strength. The steep freeride sections take us back down into the valley. Technical riding skills increase the fun here on around 1000 metres of single trail.


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Profile picture of Hartmut Wimmer Author Hartmut Wimmer 
True to the slogan “Only on new paths you leave visible traces” I am a passionate hiker and explorer. I love to be in the mountains, regardless of the activity. I am the founder and CEO of Outdooractive, thus turning my hobby into a career spending my whole time with my passion. By the way, we are always looking for people to join our team at Outdooractive, maybe you will find your future job here: https://corporate.outdooractive.com/jobs-bei-outdooractive/

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Sandra Gerber 
November 06, 2009 · Community
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Hartmut Wimmer 
May 28, 2009 · Outdooractive Editors
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