Distance 25.6 km
This route is probably one of the most beautiful, although it is also one of the most difficult in South Tyrol (2,410 metres above sea level). The Transalp. Starting point: St. Peter - Pitzack Kilometres: 59,8 km Altitude: 2450 metres above sea level Altitude at start :1105 metres Altitude at finish: 1105 metres Best season: Mid June to mid October. Highest point: Kreuzkofel Saddleback: 2,344 metres Description of route: This route is probably one of the most beautiful, although it is also one of the most difficult in South Tyrol (2,410 metres above sea level). The Transalp Challenge 2001 followed these roads. Starting from Villnöss, you circle the Peitlerkofel and the Ruefen and/or the Aferergeisler. The first ascent brings you to the Schlüter Hut and the Kreuzkofeljoch (2,344 metres). From here, you will see the Peitlerkofel for first time. Drive across the Peitler meadows. Soon, you will reach Campill and St. Martin, where you start your second ascent. At point number 15, there is another short descent. You will come to the Untermoj and the Würzjoch (2,207 metres). The first part of this route is an ideal link from Brixen via Villnöss to St Vigil in the Gader Valley.
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