Hochsölden Panorama Trail (679)

Hochsölden Panorama Trail (679)

This scenic MTB tour has everything a biker's heart could possible desire: splendid ascents on a calm gravel road, wonderful stopover on a quaint mountain hut and great single trails leading along the

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Hochsölden Panorama Trail (679)

Tour description

This scenic MTB tour has everything a biker's heart could possible desire: splendid ascents on a calm gravel road, wonderful stopover on a quaint mountain hut and great single trails leading along the treeline!

The tour starts at Bike Schule Ötztal in Sölden, pedaling towards the BP gas station you turn right into the rising road to the hamlets of Ausserwald and Innerwald. On a certain point you reach the Glacier Road which you follow for about 700 meters. Then you turn into the permanently climbing gravel trail leading via shady forests and lush meadows to the pasturelands of Gaislachalm. Leaving behind the huts and heading to the middle station of Gaislachkogl mountain gondola, the following stage to Hochsölden features two single trail adventures at their best. To restore energies bikers can enjoy a hearty Tirolean snack on one of the splendid mountain huts.

In summary: Narrow paths require plenty of concentration and excellent biking skills while gravel sections are just ideal for enjoying speedy descents. This route for absolute mountain biking fanatics covers.

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