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Corvara via Würzjoch

Road biking · Eisacktal/Südtirol
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  • With the racing bike over Passo delle Erbe to Corvara.
    With the racing bike over Passo delle Erbe to Corvara.
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Distance 120.6 km
7:36 h
3,148 m
3,148 m
Extensive road bike tour from Brixen to Corvara via Würzjoch and back through Val Gardena.

Your bike tour starts at Brixen station (535 m). Leave the town via Mozartallee and Plosestrasse and head for St Andrä. Then, staying on the same road, continue uphill to Afers and up to Würzjoch (1996 m). From here, take the steep descent to St Martin in Thurn (1140 m). Turn right and follow the road leading gently uphill through Gader valley to Corvara (1520 m). Again, turn right, then zigzag steeply upwards to Grödnerjoch. A magnificent mountain pass with breathtaking views of Stellastock. From the pass, your tour continues down to Wolkenstein and through Val Gardena. Shortly after St Ulrich, keep right and follow the road via St Katharina down to Valle Isarco (Eisacktal). From here, the cycle path leads you back to your starting point, Brixen.

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