Gampealm (643)

Gampealm (643)

The trail to the lovely mountain huts of Gampealm ranks among the tours of intermediate difficulty, and is especially suitable for beginners in a very good physical shape as the moderately climbing

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Gampealm (643)

Tour description

The trail to the lovely mountain huts of Gampealm ranks among the tours of intermediate difficulty, and is especially suitable for beginners in a very good physical shape as the moderately climbing route covers some 754 m of altitude gain.

Starting at Bike Schule Ötztal in Sölden you turn into the uncrowded asphalt road (BP gas station) to Hochsölden leaving behind the hamlets of Ausserwald and Innwald.

After about 6 kilometers you have to conquer another kilometer on gravel trails before you reach the highest point of this tour at 2000 m above sea level. The great effort is rewarded with a refreshment stop on Sölden's sunniest and most beautiful mountain huts and inns. The rustic wooden huts, decorated with loads of colorful flowers, nestle on a small plateau amid lush green Alpine meadows. A mountain idyll at its finest! Don't miss the truly outstanding view of Sölden and its Alpine scenery while enjoying a hearty mountain snack.

Downhill you follow the same trail but after a while you turn into the Gaislachkogl ski run which also features some challenging single trail sections suitable only for experienced bikers. Please note: you cross the main road twice!

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