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Das Valser Tal ist MTB-Revier.
Photo: Edith Runer
Distance 25.7 km
Highest point1,847 m
Lowest point765 m
High above the Eisack Valley With the MTB from Schabs to the Anratterhütte in the Vals Valley and back via Vals.
From the car park opposite Hotel Sonneck near Schabs, the road is not steep but climbs well up to the village of Spinges at the entrance to the Vals valley. However, we do not go directly into the village, but continue straight on at the junction up to the Bild weather cross (car park and end of the asphalt road). The forest trail no. 9 to the Anratterhütte in the Valser Tal (towards the Jochtal mountain station), which starts here, is sometimes quite challenging: some steep passages require muscle power, and if you are not in good shape, you sometimes have to push. Every now and then, however, there is also recreation in the descent. After a rest at the alpine hut, which is also popular with mountain bikers, we return a short distance along the same path, but at the first junction we follow the forest path to the Nockalm. Immediately at the next junction we keep to the left and continue downhill to the „Egger am Boden“ below Vals. If we stay on the forest road, we directly reach
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