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Three country Tour Ofenpass

Mals - Taufers - Müstair - Santa Maria - Tschierv - Fuornpass - Zernez - Scuol - Martina - Nauders - Reschen Pass - Graun - Mals

General description

A enjoyable racing bike side trip through the Lower Engadine and the "Oberes Gericht"

Route description
Via Mals and Taufers approach the heart of the Swiss National Park, passing the world cultural heritage Convent San John in Mustair until leaving the Umbrail Pass on the left. In the beginning, pass by wonderful, small Romanesque villages such as Santa Maria and Tschierv pass, then master the climb over the Ofenpass (2.150 m). Great scenic impressions are carried away via meadows, forests, starting points for hikes, the lake Ova Spin, impressive gorges, and the Livigno customs station (small counter-climb) to Zernez (1.475 m). Following the rushing Inn, the route mainly descends to Scuol (1.250 m). Onward, enjoy the Lower Engadine landscapes and houses to the Swiss-Austrian border at Martina (1.050 m). Tackled with the last hairpin bends of the tour, a detour to Austria await. Regain your strength for the ascent over the pass of Norbertshöhe (1.400 m) to Nauders. At the Reschen Pass (1.509 m), spot the Reschen lake with its famous tower and stop for a break. From Reschen and Graun to St. Valentin and behind the Haidersee Lake ride with a view of king Ortler towards Burgeis and Mals.
Length 128.188 km
Difficulty difficult
Difference in height uphill 8416 hm
Difference in height downhill 8416 hm
Difference in height 2161 m
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