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The spirits itinerary San Lorenzo di Sebato - Longega - Passo della Furcia - Valdaora

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  • The spirits intinerary starts and ends in San Lorenzo in Val Psuteria valley. 
    The spirits intinerary starts and ends in San Lorenzo in Val Psuteria valley. 
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moderate
Distance 46.4 km
3:37 h
1,298 m
1,298 m
1,763 m
802 m
An absorbing route in the Pusteria Valley.
A road bike itinerary through a tubular tunnel

This road bike itinerary starts in San Lorenzo di Sebato. Cycle through Via Josef-Renzler westwards reaching the main road for the Badia valley, after 300 m turn left for the Badia valley – at km 9 in Longega turn left for San Vigilio di Marebbe – at km 13 at San Vigilio di Marebbe turn left for the Furcia Pass – at km 31,  200 m before reaching Valdaora di Mezzo, turn left towards the Pusteria Valley and after another 600 m, turn once again left towards Valdaora di Sotto-Niederolang – at km 32 in Valdaora di Sotto follow the cycling path westwards to return to Brunico and therefore continue until San Lorenzo di Sebato.

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