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Hasl-Wieben-Tour with Holy Hansen Trail

A fantastic trail that is great fun for beginners and advanced cyclists alike.

The Holy Hansen trail was created in 2015 by bikers for bikers. You can reach it either by taking the easier Covelano/Göflan variant on asphalt road or forest road (app. 8 km and 800 meters in altitude) or the steeper forest road variant Morter - Morterer Leger (8.5 km and 985 meters in altitude, then forest road or connection no. 7 to Haslhof, much forest).

The Haslhof snack bar awaits you for a refreshment after the ascent and a wonderful view.
 
Go westwards passing two pasture fences and then start the flowing S1 trail section in sectors 1 and 2. Sectors 3 and 4 await you with some S2 and more demanding S3 passages before you can again enjoy easy trail fun. The Holy Hansen trail again and again crosses forest and asphalt roads before you can refresh yourself at Wiebenhof.

At Wiebenhof, go down the asphalt road for two turns and then turn right into the trail section that was newly built in 2014. This trail section until the junction with the asphalt road offers pure trail fun sprinkled with berms, small kickers and faster passages. Briefly continue on the road upwards and then turn left to continue on the trail to Covelano.

Time regulation for Shuttle transport at Holy Hansen
Monday + Wednesday + Friday: Shuttle from 1 pm
Tuesday + Thursday: Shuttle all day
Saturday: Shuttle until 12  am (start last ride)
Sunday: no Shuttle

Official MTB-Shuttles to Trails in Silandro
Mobil Car Tel. +39 338 5 07 54 62 - Freeride Vinschgau Tel. +39 348 0 42 72 29
Stegges Taxi Tel. +39 335 5 44 06 20 - Vinschgau Shuttle Tel. +39 335 6 82 85 14

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Duration 1:45 h
Altitude uphill 850 hm
Length 16.5 km
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