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Gampen Pass

Mountainbiking · Meraner Land
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  • Gampenpass wir kommen....
    Gampenpass wir kommen....
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moderate
Distance 33 km
5:33 h
1,447 m
1,447 m
1,523 m
253 m
Calf power
Gampenpass here we come! Strenuous MTB tour from the Eisacktal valley to the Deutschnonsberg area.

From Gargazon we drive to the MEBO and cross it and continue straight ahead and shortly before the mountain, the Moosweg n. 18 begins on the right. At the end of the Moosweg, the road leads us directly to the centre of Tisens. There we follow the village road to the Pizzeria Tisene and turn right and take the path to the Gampenpass. We then pass a farm and come to a crossroads. We take the left forest road (Mühlenweg). We follow this path until we reach Bad Gfrill. We leave the Mühlenweg and take the path to the Gampenpass. This is the last stretch with a gradient of 50% in places. Once at the Gampenpass, we ride down the pass road to Platzers. We turn left and take the road to Platzers. Following the road straight on, we then turn onto the forest road 10. It is advisable to lower the seat as the path is very steep with a gradient of up to 49%. At Völlener Badl we turn right and ride along the path. After about 200 m from the Völlaner Badl we turn left before the bridge. There is


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