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From Lana over the Mendel Pass and Brezer Joch

Road biking · Meraner Land
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  • Von St. Pankraz geht es mit dem Rennrad hinunter bis Lana und über 3 Berge zurück.
    Von St. Pankraz geht es mit dem Rennrad hinunter bis Lana und über 3 Berge zurück.
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Distance 98.7 km
6:55 h
2,624 m
2,624 m
1,694 m
242 m
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Demanding road bike tour over the Mendel Pass, the Brezer Joch and Hofmahdjoch in the Ulten-Deutschnonsberg area.

The road bike tour starts in St. Pankraz in the Ulten Valley. First you ride along the main road out of the valley to Lana. Follow the cycle path through the Adige Valley to Sigmundskron and Eppan. At the Sanvit bike shop leave the path and continue briefly on the main road. Then turn right and take the Mendelpass road to the pass of the same name (14.8 km). Then descend to Fondo and continue towards the Tonale Pass. After a few kilometres, in a valley depression, turn right towards Proveis. From Castelfondo the quiet road becomes steeper and you reach the Brezer Joch (1397m). Descend again and pass Laurein, keeping to the right shortly afterwards. The following ascent to the Hofmahdjoch is steep and, due to the straight road, also quite tiring. After about 7 kilometres you reach the highest point (1620m). The tour leads downhill through several tunnels into the Ulten Valley and back to the starting point.


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