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In the Antholz Valley

Trail running · Kronplatz
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  • Immer dem Ufer entlang bis nach Oberrasen.
    Immer dem Ufer entlang bis nach Oberrasen.
m 1100 1080 1060 10 8 6 4 2 km
Distance 10.4 km
1:32 h
46 m
46 m
1,120 m
1,074 m
Flat along the stream
Very flat route, over meadows and through forest, past the Antholz stream and Rasen biotope.

At Salomonsbrunn, immediately cross the footbridge to the orographic left side of the Antholz stream. Follow the river bank to Oberrasen, where you will find an information board with further running routes. After a short asphalt stretch, you reach the edge of the forest and run back into the valley past the Rasen biotope, where there is also a nature trail. Always following the Rieserferner cycle path, you reach an asphalt road again at the height of Bad Salomonsbrunn, which leads slightly uphill to the forest huts. From there, walk in the direction of the Niederrasen sports zone and turn left along the stream back to the starting point. 85 % gravel road 15 % asphalt


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