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Götzis-Alpkopfweg-Saluveralpe-Hoher Freschen-Binnelalpe-Ebnit-Hohenems (alpine Radwanderung schwer)

30.1 mi
4.4 mph
7,400 ft
7,375 ft
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Tour Overview

Starting Point
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2.52 mi
3.81 mi
4.43 mi
4.98 mi
6.70 mi
8.13 mi
9.78 mi
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24.4 mi
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30.1 mi

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skyhopper.mtb went on a Tour.

June 27, 2020

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  • skyhopper.mtb

    A very difficult alpine enduro bike hike. I still like to do the tour, it is hard at the border because of the alpine climb down the Hohen Freschen which is still feasible. The Binnelgrat is an alpine climb with rope protection and has several exposed areas that are difficult to pass by bike! - see pictures. Compared to previous years, the path was provided with a difficult short ladder right after the summit, a dog has crashed in the last few weeks. You have to hold the bike in one hand more often and hold on to the rope with the other hand (better - if at all - only do it on foot!) Free from giddiness, good shoes and equipment are required. A via ferrata set does no harm (at least on its own) at 2 very exposed points.Up to the Hohen Freschen everything is mobile except for a few places (max. S2 from the Upper Saluveralpe, including max. S1). I skipped the reading route due to time constraints, it was a stormy day. The Binnelgrat is not mobile and difficult on foot. Then it goes S2-S3 over the Binnelalpe, from there on a cattle path built into the mountain to the Sattelalpe and on to Ebnit. Technically challenging, especially when wet. After Ebnit direction Schurtannen up and on to Hohenems, also upper S2-S3, with sliding points. The final path is not marked (but it is there).If there were bans somewhere, of course, was pushed. But has only a few.according to Garmin 2410hm, 1200Wh consumed, 4th of 5 levels = jagged high

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  • beardman

    Hammer 😳

    • June 27, 2020

  • Helmut - XT500

    The blast, the Hohe Freschen is an adrenaline rush on foot.

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    • June 27, 2020

  • Andrea

    Oh my god .... Aaaaaaaaangst .... how can you do it 👍🏻 Hammer

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    • June 27, 2020

  • Wilfried

    Just wow

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    • June 27, 2020

  • Christa

    Yes, really great. I don't do that in this life anymore, but it's really great 👍

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    • June 27, 2020

  • Schwable66

    Uiiiiiii, what a tour 👌

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    • June 27, 2020

  • Elke Schuleit

    Krass 💯💯👌👌

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    • June 27, 2020

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    • June 28, 2020

  • Helma Thurnher

    Awesome!! 👍 👍

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  • 🚵🔋Starki 🚴

    Very horny and risky tour respect on my part 💪 .... but nice to see that someone is doing what I've already thought 🤪. Unfortunately, I still lack the experience and an equally crazy bike colleague to go on such a tour.

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    • June 29, 2020

  • Johnny Controletti

    Respect you are a wild dog! I've already done the tour on foot on the Hohe Freschen. I'm also an enthusiastic M-biker and like to go beyond my limits! But I wouldn't pack that with the bike! But you have all my respect.

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    • June 30, 2020