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Ins Alpbachtal

04:28
51.7 mi
11.6 mph
3,825 ft
3,850 ft
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Tour Overview

Starting Point
Schmale Straße zum Kerschbaumer Sattel
Auf Nebenstraßen durchs Zillertal
Blick ins Zillertal
Ausblick vom Kerschbaumer Sattel
8.24 mi
22.7 mi
24.2 mi
51.7 mi
Destination

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November 3, 2019

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Comments

  • Cycling Adventures

    A training week in Zillertal is more varied than one might expect. On this tour we first roll from Finkenberg out of the valley and on quiet side roads via Mayrhofen and Stumm. Up to Hart in Zillertal follows the first part of the climb to the Kerschbaumer saddle. Above the forest, some steeper hairpin bends follow, before the view widens down into the valley and up to the glaciers on the main ridge of the Alps. High above the valley on a narrow street the last meters to the Kerschbaumer saddle.
    The downhill to Alpbachtal is initially narrow, but thrilled because of the views down to the Inn Valley. In Reith im Alpbachtal a café in the center lures to a break. On the way back it goes uphill again and then steeply down to the Inn Valley. Finally, we take another route, also on side roads, back to Mayrhofen. The final climb to Finkenberg then invites you to shoot some more grains.
    Experience this tour in June 2020: zillertal.cycling-adventures.org

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    • November 4, 2019

  • Stefan Kappler

    The link to the Zillertal does not work,
    One L too much!

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    • November 10, 2019

  • Cycling Adventures

    Thanks Stefan!

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    • November 10, 2019

  • bikepro 61

    Nice pictures and great weather. Question: Could you really drive in "short" on the 3rd of November, as you can see on the first picture?

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    • November 14, 2019

  • Cycling Adventures

    The tour we drove as part of our trip to Zillertal (zillertal.cycling-adventures.org) in June. We present only the best tours of our trips in the context of a winter action, on the one hand to give some motivation for the winter training and on the other hand to make fun of our travel regions. So: we were not there on the 3rd of November. ;-)

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    • November 15, 2019

  • bikepro 61

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    • November 15, 2019