Mountain Biking Highlight
A classic of the Alpine crossings for mountain bikers is the Rabbijoch. From Ultental you drive uphill through an imposing basin up to the Bärhap-Alm (2.295m). Next to the path meanders a small stream in the valley. Large surrounding boulders show that even the mountains do not last forever. You do not want to be hit by a colossus during a rock slide. Shortly after the pasture, the gravel road becomes very steep for a few meters and for most people this means: pushing.
Later, the path changes to a trail. Here you can always drive something, but often you have to push synonymous. After the last push, you reach the high plateau on which the Rabbijoch (2,460 m) lies. From now on it goes downhill. First up to the Haselgruber hut (overnight stay, delicious, simple food). From the hut leads a very nice, liquid to driving trail on the slope further downhill. Attention - here many hikers can be on the way. From 2016 there will be a change on the track. The heavily eroded part below is now closed to bikers and you switch back to gravel.
But in the face of the really ruined path, that's not going to be any more tragic. Last but not least, the Val di Rabbi is reached on asphalt.
April 29, 2016
Beautiful alpine crossing on our way to Lake Garda. Up there was an impressive "Endzeitstimmung" - there was no one on the way and the clouds did not bode well. But we were lucky and we did not get a drop, because when it rains on the rocky surface at the top of the yoke determined to slide.
August 16, 2019
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