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Mountainbiketour auf den Monte Peller
Photo: APT Val di Sole
Distance 30.9 km
Highest point2,089 m
Lowest point668 m
Bike Attack route from Malè to the Rifugio Peller with a circular route over the Dolomites (fir forests of Val di Sole, deciduous forests of Monte Peller, wide meadows of Verdè and the grasslands of Forcola). Route in the sun (recommended in the early morning or in early summer).
From the cycle path near the bridge, cross the Nonsbach stream (Molini di Malè; with a view of the sawmill), along the river to Molini di Terzolas, from there onto the forest road (about 10 km through dense woodland, over 1,000 m of difference in altitude). After the last flat section you reach Passo Fraine (1,712 m); then continue on the road to the Peller Hut, through large meadows (varying gradients) to Lago Durigal (originally a karst). Here continue right to the Peller hut (1,923 m), then turn left, very steeply upwards to the slopes of Monte Peller towards the Tassulla alpine pasture and the Tovel valley below.
12 km further up to Lake Tovel (1,178 m), created by the blocking of a landslide. The panorama offers limitless views as far as the Täler and the öAustrian snowy peaks. Continue to the G. Pinamonti bivouac (Tassulla Alm, 2,090 m). The road ends opposite the wide gorge of the Pian de la Nana plateau, here you will find some paths that lead to the heart of the Brenta group.
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