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Truden and Cislon Alm

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  • Interesting trail sections on the descent from the Cislonalm to Egna
    Interesting trail sections on the descent from the Cislonalm to Egna
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Distance 38.7 km
4:57 h
1,313 m
1,313 m
1,419 m
214 m
Cucul trail
Follow the old railway up to Truden and Cislon Alm - then descend down trails via Glen to Neumarkt

Starting in Tramin (Termeno), follow the road to Auer (Ora) and continue towards Montan (Montagna). Ride through the tunnel and after the second hairpin turn left to the Kiechelberg mountain. Keep right and take the technical "Lottersteig" trail (no.4) uphill to Montan. This is where the old railway begins – follow it at a pleasant incline to Kaltenbrunn. There take a sharp right turn and ride along the asphalt road to Truden (Trodena). From here take the steep uphill path marked no.2 towards Cucul, then continue on path 3 down to Cislon Alm. The trail for the descent begins behind the meadows (no.1) – it's a little hidden and runs in a north-westerly direction. Some sections are very steep and there are some technically challenging passages. Later on it broadens out and brings you along a gravel path to Glen. The tour then runs along trail 1 under the old railway bridge and down and through the valley to Neumarkt. There are also some interesting trail passages here. Then take the


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