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On the Lahnweg

Mountainbiking · Bolzano and environs
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  • Mit dem Mountainbike über den steinigen Lahnweg nach Auer.
    Mit dem Mountainbike über den steinigen Lahnweg nach Auer.
    Photo: Martin Braito
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Distance 19.5 km
2:48 h
901 m
901 m
895 m
233 m
Smooth stones
Mountain bike tour high above Auer with ascent over the old railway line and down on the stony Lahn Trail

This MTB tour starts in Auer. First take the main road in the direction of Montan, then after the 2nd bend turn left to the Kiechelberg. Follow the signs to Montan on the right on a short single trail. In Montan, take the Bahnhofstrasse to the railway line of the former Fleimstaller Bahn. The tour leads uphill on this track with a pleasant gradient. After the 3 tunnels, turn left and follow trail no. 19 down to the Aldeiner Brücke. Cross this bridge to the other side of the valley and follow the road in the direction of Aldein. At the first large bend to the right, take a sharp left onto trail no. 1, where the descent to Auer begins. First along forest and asphalt roads as well as short but interesting trail sections. At the fork in the road, turn right onto the Lahnweg (marked 1A). Take a steep and stony path down to the craftsmen's zone of Auer and from here back to the starting point.


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