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Stuibensattel - Rundtour Immenstadt inkl. Spitzkehren S3 Trail

24.7 km
6.4 km/h
1,040 m
1,040 m
Expert mountain bike ride. Very good fitness required. Advanced riding skills necessary. Some portions of the Tour may require you to carry your bike.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
6.13 km

Sennalpe Mittelberg

Mountain Biking Highlight

Here you can relax after a long journey with cool drinks and homemade Michprodukten. Be sure to try the cheese from our own production!

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9.61 km


Mountain Biking Highlight

The Grasberg is also easy to climb with bike. If you have a bit of skill and power, you can even cycle to the summit. Above you have a wonderful view over the Allgäu and the Alps.

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9.98 km

Stuiben Trail

Mountain Biking Highlight (Segment)

The S3 Trail (S2 below) is a steep path that also has narrow hairpin bends. Good driving technique and the right equipment (helmet & schooner) are here definitely a prerequisite.

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Elevation Profile

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Singletrack: 16.1 km
Cycleway: 501 m
Path: 889 m
Street: 2.14 km
Road: 5.11 km


Alpine: 3.18 km
Natural: 417 m
Unpaved: 9.15 km
Gravel: 3.33 km
Paved: 2.86 km
Asphalt: 5.72 km
Unknown: < 100 m

Weather Forecast

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  • komoot

    From Immenstadt it goes comfortably through the Steigbachtal to Almagmach. Then follow a few steep ramps to the Mittelbergalpe. From here you follow the Stuiben up the ever steeper Trail. With a bit of pressure and driving skills, however, you can definitely drive to the summit.From the summit, after a break about 50 m back to the saddle and then on the technically challenging trail (S3) down to Rothenalm, Ornachalpe and further in the forest with numerous tight serpentines to Gunzesrieder saw and back to Immenstadt.

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    • 10/04/2017