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At the Pinazbichl

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  • Schwere Laufstrecke von Brixen durch Stufels über den Pinaz-Hügel bis Elvas.
    Schwere Laufstrecke von Brixen durch Stufels über den Pinaz-Hügel bis Elvas.
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Distance 6.1 km
1:09 h
271 m
271 m
823 m
558 m
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Running route from Brixen over the Pinazbichl up to Elvas

From the car park at the Acquarena, turn right at the wooden bridge and walk downstream until you reach the Adlerbrücke. Cross this, go straight on and then right up through the upper Schutzengelgasse until you reach Elvaser Strasse. Then continue to the junction „Seeburgstraße“. Take the asphalt road in the direction of the social centre, turn left at the first junction and immediately right again onto hiking trail no. 1 in the direction of Elvas. Follow this until you reach the plateau. At the end, the trail turns into a gravel path. Now you have the opportunity to climb the Pinaz hill in a few minutes. Then continue to Elvas. At the church, turn left and go down to the resting place at the lookout point. Immediately turn right again (marker no. 2) down to the road, cross it and follow the red and white marker for Brixen. At the weather cross, descend to the right, via the Neunerweg, the Hartmannweg and Stufels back to the Adlerbrücke and the car park. 85 % forest floor 15 %


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