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The Brenner Classic (Gigglberg Sandjoch)

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Distance 24 km
3:08 h
1,050 m
1,050 m
2,115 m
1,065 m
Racy ascent - flowing descent.
Ideal trail when material and people need to be challenged a little more. Testimonies and buildings of recent history, which have fallen into slumber for a few years, give the tour a very special profile.

The descent of this tour (trail no. 1) is identical to the tour "Brenner 1er Silbergasser" however, in this variant you do not ügo up the old railway line to the state road to Gasthof Vetter, but ügo üvia Giggelberg (Pflersch) in complete seclusion on the forest road upärts.   Start from Gossensass (car park at the railway station) and cycle along the new cycle route for approx. 1.5km towards Pflersch. Turn right at Gigglberg. Now begins the long climb up to the Sandjoch. Shortly before the Joch, you can still see the old bunkers, evidence of recent history, when the border was still intensively maintained here. Just behind the bunkers, shortly before the crossroads, you can see a few remains of walls in the meadow on the left. After this, the path becomes difficult to see for about 100 metres and crosses a small rivulet, a meadow and a narrow path. At the beginning, the path stubbornly resists being ridden on, but soon becomes more pleasant before it changes into a


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