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San Martino in Monte-Tour

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Map / San Martino in Monte-Tour
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moderate
Distance 15.3 km
3:17 h
1,198 m
88 m
1,739 m
571 m

Strenuous tour with marvellous panoramic look.

Beginning at the valley station of the cablecar San Martino in Monte follow the MTB sign-posting "St. Martin im Kofel Tour" on the bicycle path in direction Castelbello. At the tourist office cross the street and on the village square on the right hold to reach directly the street of San Martino. After 12,5 km a well-deserved break on the top terminal with breathtaking panorama in the direction of Val Martello Valley, Ortler and the famous Mount Cevedale.

Departure or connection variations: Asphalt road San Martino, Annenbergs Easy-Trail, Tschilli Trail, Montesole-Trail, Panorama-Trail.

Difficulty
moderate
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Highest point
1,739 m
Lowest point
571 m
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Coordinates:
DD
46.621024, 10.866584
DMS
46°37'15.7"N 10°51'59.7"E
UTM
32T 642907 5164743
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Coordinates

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46.621024, 10.866584
DMS
46°37'15.7"N 10°51'59.7"E
UTM
32T 642907 5164743
w3w 
///camp.montage.fling
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Difficulty
moderate
Distance
15.3 km
Duration
3:17 h
Ascent
1,198 m
Descent
88 m
Highest point
1,739 m
Lowest point
571 m

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