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From Lana to the Vinschgau Valley

Road biking · Meraner Land
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  • Ein Wahrzeichen, der schlanke Turm der Pfarrkirche von Algund.
    Ein Wahrzeichen, der schlanke Turm der Pfarrkirche von Algund.
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Distance 126.1 km
6:42 h
754 m
754 m
929 m
282 m
Vinschger Dorfrunde
From Tscherms, the great road bike tour leads through Meran, Algund, Naturns, Kastelbell, Latsch, past Schlanders, Laas, Prad to Glurns and back.

From the centre of Cermes, the road bike tour leads along the main road to Merano, past the railway station and on along the road to Algund. Immediately after the village, the marked cycle path turns off to the right and climbs steeply up to the Till. From there, the cycle path runs mostly level and sometimes climbs moderately along the valley floor of the Vinschgau Valley, past numerous pleasant villages. In Prad am Stilfser Joch, you cycle briefly on the main road in the direction of Stilfserjoch before turning right into the less frequented road to Glurns. After about 7 km you reach the small town of Glurns. The return journey is made via the described route.


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