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On the Keschtnweg (Chestnut Trail)

Mountainbiking · Eisacktal/Südtirol
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  • With the bike on the Keschtnweg -(Chestnut trail) in Val Isarco
    With the bike on the Keschtnweg -(Chestnut trail) in Val Isarco
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moderate
Distance 31.3 km
4:37 h
931 m
931 m
Hunting for chestnutsMTB tour through the Eisacktal (Isarco valley) – From Feldthurns (Velturno) along the Keschtnweg to Brixen (Bressanone), past Milland (Millan) and Albeins (Albes) to Klausen (Chiusa) and back along the Keschtnweg.

The MTB tour takes you from Feldthurns (Velturno) along the Keschtnweg (trail 11) to Tötschling and on path 10 to Tils (Tiles). Turn right here onto a rapid trail (no. 8) down to Brixen (Bressanone). Ride through the centre to Stufels and along the Karlspromenade to the pilgrim church of "Maria im Sand". From here, take trail 8 to Klerant (Cleran) and then trail 12 down to Albeins (Albens). Head across the Mooswiesen (no. 4) to the floor of the valley and continue to Klausen (Chiusa). Branch off right and back onto the Keschtnweg into the Thinnetal valley. Turn right again and ride via Pardell up to the Keschtnweg (trail 12), which leads you back to the starting point in Feldthurns.

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