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To the Jakobsstöckl

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  • Das Jakob-Stöckl.
    Das Jakob-Stöckl.
    Photo: Hotel Innerhofer - Gais
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Distance 64.4 km
7:56 h
1,644 m
1,643 m
2,095 m
804 m
With the mountain bike over the Bruneck valley basin.
The Dolomites are also (almost) within reach.

From Gais along the cycle path to Bruneck and from there on to St. Lorenzen and Montal. From here it's a moderate climb to Onach - past Gasthof Ebner and on to Hinteronach as far as the topmost hills. Now continue on the forest road up to the Wieser Alm (refreshment stop). From there, continue north past the Onacher Kreuz and then down to Jakob-Stöckl. Continue in a westerly direction to the Genaider-Alm on Lüsner territory, following the signs "Kreuzwiesenhütte" and "Rastnerhütte" (refreshment facilities at the last two huts). From the Starkenfeldhütte you then descend to the Pustertal side again to Ehrenburg. Pass below the castle and take trail no. 10A back to Runggen, St. Lorenzen and on to Bruneck and Gais.


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