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Tour Obervinschgau Valley

Mals - Burgeis - Haidersee Lake - Rojen - Schöneben - Rojen - Graun - Langtaufers Valley - Graun - Alsack - Mals

General description

Two sharp climbs, two lakes, a tower in the lake, a wonderful side valley panorama

 

Route description
From the railway station in Mals, the route goes uphill. First up towards the historic centre, then northwestwards onto the Mals-Burgeis cycle path. Crossing the lower Mals heath, follow the road on a beautiful slope on the western side of the Haidersee Lake to St. Valentin. The route continues along the western shore of Lake Reschen to the Schöneben mountain station. The station can be reached via the old-village-street in the direction of Rojen. A great panorama of the mountain world opens up. The descent is again via Rojen to Lake Reschen and follows the shore to Graun to the famous tower. From there the Langtaufers Valley can be climbed along the provincial road past small ponds to Melag (1.900 m). From Graun via St. Valentin, Alsack and Ulten return to Mals on the old local road and enjoy the view of the Ortler mountain range.
Length 72.725 km
Difficulty medium
Difference in height uphill 1672 hm
Difference in height downhill 1664 hm
Difference in height 2102 m
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Cycling in Venosta Valley
With the period from March to late November offering ideal conditions for bike trips and excursions, the Vinschgau valley boasts the longest bike season in the Alpine region.
Dedicated bike points also provide specialised cycling services, including bike shuttles across the entire valley, guided tours and professional advice. The Vinschgau also
features a wonderfully effective bike hire network, with combined tickets enabling visitors to use public transport, hike bikes and even return them to different locations at no
extra charge. And of course, dedicated bike hotels provide ideal accommodation for cycling enthusiasts.
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