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Round trip of Schlanders - Sluderno

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  • The Coira Castle in Sluderno (Schluderns) in Val Venosta (Vinschgau)
    The Coira Castle in Sluderno (Schluderns) in Val Venosta (Vinschgau)
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Distance 31.3 km
4:19 h
1,234 m
1,232 m
1,849 m
900 m

Circular tour over the Malser Haide, to Mazia (Matsch) and back.

The tour starts in Sluderno (Schluderns) and continues on the bike track to Glorenza (Glurns). You go through the small city and continue und the bike path for Laudes (Laatsch) or in the direction of Clusio (Schleis). Little ahead of Clusio (Schleis) you turn onto the bike path for Malles Venosta (Mals) until you reach the northern end of the village. Here you turn right onto the forest road, which brings you to the “Kührast” and the Piani di Malettes (Malettesböden). Continue on this forest road uphill and after reaching the Piani di Malettes (Malettesböden) back down to Monteschino (Muntetschinig). You turn left after reaching it and cycle up to the hamlet of Gamassen. Continue on the forest road and straight, ignoring any deviations. This way, you reach Mazia (Matsch). Continue to enter the valley further (path no. 23) until you reach the Mühlhof, where you turn right onto the path no. 20. This way, you exit the valley and reach the Schlosshof as well as the Vernalhof. Continue on

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