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Geisler Alm Tour

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  • Mit dem Mountainbike von Brixen zur Gschnagenhartalm in Villnöss.
    Mit dem Mountainbike von Brixen zur Gschnagenhartalm in Villnöss.
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Distance 56.3 km
8:07 h
2,065 m
2,065 m
2,004 m
545 m
Variety's the spice of lifeA varied round tour from Brixen to the Geisler Alm on different surfaces for mountain bikers

From the town centre in Brixen (Bressanone), the tour begins heading east. Cross the Rienz (Rienza) river and take the gravel path no.9 to Albeins (Albens - 600m). Continue through the village and along the Aferer stream on the red-white marked trail into the valley. Turn up the road to the right briefly, then turn left onto the gravel path no.11. At the next crossroads, turn right and then left again onto path 32 until St. Magdalena (1300m). From here, ride along the Vilnösser stream, then briefly along path 28, then follow the gravel path no. 34 until you reach the Geisler Alm (1996m). The tour then continues on the Adolf-Munkel-Weg (no. 35) towards the Brogleshütte. Then turn right and ride down path 28 to St. Magdalena. Ride along the road until you reach St. Peter and then on path 11 to Teis (Tiso). The descent runs along path 9 past Albeins (Albens) and back to the starting point in Brixen (Bressanone). This tour was provided by Alex Resch:

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