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Round trip itinerary for "Toten"

Mountainbiking · Südtirols Süden
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  • Mountainbike Tour in Val Sarentino with view.
    Mountainbike Tour in Val Sarentino with view.
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Distance 49.7 km
7:04 h
1,719 m
1,719 m
Gratifying landscape
Demanding Mountain Bike itinerary on one of the most panoramic mountains of South Tyrol. The name “toten” comes from the namesake church.

The starting point of this itinerary is situated by the big car park south of the town of Sarentino. Cross the bridge that will take you to the sports field so ride along the right river bank until Bagni di Serga - Bad Schörgau. Follow the main road towards the valley floor in direction of Ponticion – Bundschen and then further along until the Dicker sawmill. Turn left on path number 2 until Val Tanzbachtal so towards the Windlahn-Lana hamlet.  Once you have reached the hamlet turn right and carry on towards the Nörder farm house then on the forestry trail 2 until the Egger farm house. Carry on along path 2, that then becomes an asphalt road, until Gissmann and the Manuela am Rosswangen lodging. After the Gasthof turn left onto the dirt road number 4 that will guide you to the refuge in Corno di Sotto – Unterhornhaus and the Feltunerhütte mountain hut. Pass these two locations and continue uphill on a nice trail past the Corno del Renon and until the Sella de’Sentieri – Gasteiger

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