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St.Vigil - Furkelpass - Kronplatz

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  • Am Gipfel des Kronplatz, Ziel der Mountainbiketour
    Am Gipfel des Kronplatz, Ziel der Mountainbiketour
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Distance 23.3 km
4:06 h
1,097 m
1,097 m
2,275 m
1,214 m
Climb by bike.
Not too strenuous mountain bike tour from St. Vigil to the Kronplatz.

Park at the valley station of the Miara gondola in San Vigilio di Marebbe (S. Vigilio di Marebbe - 1186m). Ascent: Follow the road uphill for approx. 30m and then turn right onto the small road towards "La Miara". From here you will see the sign for the Furkelpass. The road climbs steadily, first on asphalt, then on gravel in a few hairpin bends, always to the left of the ski slope. From Misci, the trail changes to hiking trail no. 1, which leads to the Furkel saddle ( Passo di Furcia - 1758m). Cross the road and continue to follow the forest trail no. 1 towards Kronplatz. A mountain stage of the Giro d'Italia 2006 with a 26% gradient should also lead up here. In a wide right-hand bend, the mountain bike tour now goes slightly uphill around the Kronplatz to reach the summit of the Plan de Corones from the north past the last snowfields. From here, in good weather, there is a unique panoramic view in all 4 directions. The view goes from the Sarntal Alps over the Zillertal Alps, the


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