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Bike Trail Tirol Etappe 07: Scharnitz - Achensee

Bike Trail Tirol Etappe 07: Scharnitz - Achensee

Difficult
06:48
39.0 mi
5.7 mph
5,425 ft
5,525 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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Scharnitz

Mountain Biking Highlight

2.92 mi
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Karwendeltal

Mountain Biking Highlight

11.8 mi
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Karwendelhaus

Mountain Biking Highlight

15.5 mi
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Kleiner Ahornboden

Mountain Biking Highlight

30.3 mi
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Plumsjochhütte

Mountain Biking Highlight

30.5 mi
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Plumssattel

Mountain Biking Highlight

33.8 mi
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Zur Pletzach Alm im Gerntal

Mountain Biking Highlight

36.5 mi
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Pertisauer Seesicht

Mountain Biking Highlight

39.0 mi
Destination

Map

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Tour Profile

Waytypes

Singletrack: 32.3 mi
Access Road: 182 yd
Cycleway: 2.00 mi
Street: 1.11 mi
Road: 3.46 mi

Surfaces

Alpine: 3.43 mi
Natural: 236 yd
Unpaved: 12.5 mi
Gravel: 13.8 mi
Paved: 2.40 mi
Asphalt: 5.86 mi
Unknown: 0.79 mi

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Tirol planned a mountain bike ride.

January 31, 2018

Comments

  • Tirol

    The "Bike Trail Tirol" is the longest contiguous mountain bike circuit in the Alps and leads through the diverse regions of the country on 32 stages, 1,000 kilometers and 27,000 vertical meters.This difficult stage requires skill and fitness. With 60 kilometers in length and 1850 to be overcome in elevation meters, it is one of the longest and most difficult stages. It leads you through the contrasting landscape of the Karwendel, which reveals the broad spectrum of the mountains with rugged rocks, lush meadows and green forests.After the start you cycle for one kilometer into the valley before turning left onto the forest road to the Karwendelhaus. Without branches you now drive through the Karwendeltal to the Karwendelhaus. Only a short climb up to the Hochalmsattel. After a descent, you will reach the Kleiner Ahornboden and then drive on well-developed forest roads through the Johannestal towards Hinterriß. Once in Rißtal, you cycle into the valley until you reach the junction for Plumsjoch. Now it's a good 500 meters up to the Plumsjochhütte again. After the stop, a technically difficult descent (single trail Plumsjoch or sliding route) follows the Gerntal and on a paved road on to Pertisau. After passing the village, you cycle directly next to the Achensee on a bike path to the stage destination at the parking lot in Maurach-Buchau.Further information about the Bike Trail Tirol can be found here: tirol.at/reisefuehrer/sport/mountainbiken/bike-trail-tirol

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