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Blick vom Klausberg auf Ahrntaler Gipfel.
Photo: Edith Runer
Distance 20.7 km
Highest point1,651 m
Lowest point1,018 m
Bike instead of ski Ride your mountain bike from Steinhaus in the Ahrntal valley steeply up to the Klausberg and back down to the valley via St. Johann.
From the car park of the cable car on the Klausberg in the Ahrntal, we drive along the main road through the centre of Steinhaus. Almost at the end of the village, at a zebra crossing, a paved but narrow road branches off to the right. The sign „St. Jakob Nr. 13“ is quite hidden on the opposite side of the main road. The road, or rather its gradient, immediately raises your pulse rate and for a few kilometres there are hardly any passages where you can catch your breath. We always stay on the paved No. 13, and soon the first stage destination is the Großklausenhütte (managed). Shortly after the hut, leave the paved road at the fork and follow the forest road to the right in the direction of Klausberg. While the hikers soon take the forest path with the appropriate signs to the Klausberg, the mountain bikers stay on the forest path. This leads to the wide trail no. 33, which is used as a downhill run in winter. From now on, you can check your pulse again. The climb is quite steep and
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