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Lifteln an der Tarscher Alm: 4 Gewinnt, Barbarossa & Roatbrunn Trail – Start riding mit FOCUS

Lifteln an der Tarscher Alm: 4 Gewinnt, Barbarossa & Roatbrunn Trail – Start riding mit FOCUS

Difficult
05:11
23.8 mi
4.6 mph
6,350 ft
9,850 ft
Expert mountain bike ride. Very good fitness required. Advanced riding skills necessary. Some portions of the Tour may require you to push your bike.

Tour Overview

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Tarscher Alm

Mountain Biking Highlight

1.38 mi
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Latscher Alm

Mountain Biking Highlight

3.84 mi
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4 Gewinnt-Trail

Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

8.59 mi
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12.3 mi
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Barbarossa Trail

Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

21.7 mi
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Roatbrunnen Trail

Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

23.8 mi
Destination

Tour Profile

Waytypes

Singletrack: 11.3 mi
Path: 9.54 mi
Access Road: 137 yd
Street: 0.71 mi
Road: 2.19 mi

Surfaces

Alpine: 1.37 mi
Natural: 3.15 mi
Unpaved: 7.12 mi
Gravel: 9.41 mi
Paved: < 109 yd
Asphalt: 2.70 mi
  • Includes very steep uphill segments

    You may need to push your bike.

  • Includes a segment in which cycling is forbidden

    You will have to dismount and push your bike.

Weather Forecast

FOCUS Bikes planned a mountain bike ride.

February 21, 2020

Comments

  • FOCUS Bikes

    Martin - Brand Manager:
    “This tour is actually not a real circular tour: we were on the chair lift at the Tarscher Alm and took a closer look at three of the best-known trails in the Vinschgau Valley. If you still want to pedal some of the uphills, we have also entered the uphills for you here.
    The tour starts at the top station of the chair lift. You can get to the valley station by bike. From there you first turn west to the 4-in-a-row trail, a fun-packed S2 descent full of technical sophistication, steep sections and lots of rocks that spit you out back down in the valley.If you have cycled the first uphill yourself, it is worthwhile to stop at the Latscher Alm, which is on the way to the 4-in-a-row trail.Then it goes up to the lift and from there on the Barbarossa Trail, which is smooth and flowing (S1), but also has a few delicacies for technicians.At the end of the trail you can decide: Another round of lift or continue on the very technical Roatbrunn Trail (S2-S3)? It also ends in the valley and is definitely worth more than a lap - you now know where the lift is. ”

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    • February 25, 2020

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Lifteln an der Tarscher Alm: 4 Gewinnt, Barbarossa & Roatbrunn Trail – Start riding mit FOCUS