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Via the Brunstalm to the Pragser Wildsee lake

Mountainbiking · Kronplatz
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Distance 34.5 km
4:34 h
1,066 m
1,066 m
1,943 m
1,053 m
A tour that offers wonderful views of the central Pustertal valley. From cycle paths, forest paths to single trails, everything is included and in addition there is a detour to the unique Pragser Wildsee lake. In addition, you can expect the best South Tyrolean food at the Brunstalm and a remarkable view of Olang and the Kronplatz.

From the village centre of Oberolang, follow trail no. 20 into the Brunsttal valley. After a bridge, trail no. 20b leads first on an asphalt road and then on a somewhat steeper forest road up to the Brunstalm. After a long rest and some delicious South Tyrolean food, continue along the path behind the alpine hut in the direction of Braies. First you follow a single trail over alpine meadows, which then turns into a forest path, then you follow hiking trail no. 35A and finally arrive in the Braies valley to St. Vito. From here, follow the asphalt road SP47 to the Pragser Wildsee lake. Take the cycle path towards Bruneck and return to the starting point in Oberolang. Tour provided by: Nadine Ellecosta


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