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Abfahrt in Richtung Schenna
Photo: Tappeiner AG
Distance 29.5 km
Highest point1,993 m
Lowest point416 m
At the foot of the Hirzer A convenient way to get to the Hirzer plateau is to use the Hirzer cable car ... In high season, the queue of excursionists can also sometimes be very long! The Hirzer area is an ideal hiking area and the nearby mountain peaks are very popular not only with many tourists but also with the locals. An almost unmanageable network of paths, climbs, connecting and access roads cover this area at the foot of the Hirzer.
From the (1) car park (600 m) drive back a few metres along the road and make a U-turn into Schennastraße. Between (3) the tourist office and Haus Brunner, follow the road to the next (4) crossroads. Continue downhill in the direction of Riffian / Saltaus until you reach the (5) cycle path into the Passeier Valley. Follow the cycle path into the valley, leave the cycle path at the (6) bridge over the Passer and climb the short steep ramp to the valley station of the (7) Hirzer cable car (460 m). Take the cable car (free bike transport from 2 pm) to the (8) middle station (1404 m). Head towards the church, slightly downhill to the first (9) left turn. Turn right and follow the signs to Gampenalm. After approx. 1 km, change to the forest road that leads to the (10) Gampenalm (1800 m). Continue uphill to the (11) Hirzerhütte, follow the sign on the right „Stafell Nr. 40“. A final, short climb leads to (12) Gasthof Klammeben (1976 m), the highest point of this cycle tour. Via the beautiful
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