Lenzenalm (691)

Lenzenalm (691)

This lovely tour of intermediate difficulty takes you to quaint Lenzenalm and is also suitable for less experienced mountain bikers. Featuring some 500 meters of elevation gain, the trail has no

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Lenzenalm (691)

Tour description

This lovely tour of intermediate difficulty takes you to quaint Lenzenalm and is also suitable for less experienced mountain bikers. Featuring some 500 meters of elevation gain, the trail has no extremely steep ascents.

From the village center of Sölden you follow the federal road in the direction of Timmelsjoch Pass. At the height of Zwieselstein you cross Venter Ache brook, conquering some steeper bends. After a short track you turn right into the gravel trail towards Lenzenalm. The mountain biking terrain remains the same but the higher you go the faster your heartbeat will get! After about 7 km you reach picturesque Lenzenalm at 1852 m above sea level.

The mountain hut is serviced all summer, offering two great sunbathing terraces with wonderful views of the Ötztal Alps. Right opposite you can admire the panoramic road to Timmelsjoch Pass, one of the highest Alpine crossings. You return to Sölden on the same route.

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