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Starthaus der Streif

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Recommended by 105 out of 111 mountain bikers


  • nz

    Standing in the start house and looking down to the Mausefallle is just a thrill ... and then the view to the opposite to the Wilder Kaiser. Incredible guad!

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  • Andi

    Insane what the skiers dare here ... live much more impressive than on TV!

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    It is considered one of the most difficult runs in the world, the Streif. The supreme discipline on the Hahnenkamm will be held after the Lauberhorn race in Wengen, Switzerland, which is also one of the classics. 1937 was first driven on today's Streif. The first race was won by the Austrian Thaddäus Schwabl with a time of 3: 53,1 minutes. Fritz Strobl holds the course record valid until today, crossing the finish line in 1997 after 1: 51.58

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  • Elevation1,710 m