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Tristenbach toboggan run

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  • Die Innerhofer Alm in Weißenbach - eine Hütte neben anderen idyllischen Almen in diesem Seitental des Tauferer Ahrntals.
    Die Innerhofer Alm in Weißenbach - eine Hütte neben anderen idyllischen Almen in diesem Seitental des Tauferer Ahrntals.
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moderate
Distance 3.6 km
0:14 h
0 m
379 m
1,761 m
1,382 m
The Tristenbach toboggan run is situated in a beautiful and snow-sure location and has its starting point at the end of the village of Weißenbach.

The ascent on the Tristenbach toboggan run takes a good hour to reach the Marxegger Alm. The toboggan run is a closed forest trail, which in winter is optimally prepared with a snow groomer and appropriately secured. Thus, in the turns and at exposed places board walls have been installed, the brushes with straw bales and one bridge with a catch net have been secured. Along the entire run, you can enjoy the pristine views of the mountain village and the surrounding three-thousand-metre peaks. A large part of the toboggan run lies in the shade for most of the winter. Due to the good safety and the slope, the track is easy to ride for young and old alike. Various points and huts can be chosen as the starting point, this tour starts at the Marxegger Alm.


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