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From Bad Hindelang to Lake Garda via the Tiefenbachferner, the Similaun Hut, the Rabbijoch and through the Val Agola

· 3 reviews · Mountainbike Transalp · Allgäu · closed
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  • View from Ponalestraße to Riva
    View from Ponalestraße to Riva
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Distance 392.6 km
55:00 h
14,595 m
15,335 m
3,156 m
64 m
This very technical and demanding crossing of the Alps leads us from the Allgäu to Riva del Garda. We will ride some unforgettable trails on the tour but also have to cover some passages on foot.

This Alpine crossing takes us in seven stages from Bad Hindelang to Riva del Garda. We start in the beautiful Allgäu and drive first to the Tannheimer Tal, the gateway to Tyrol. Highlights of this tour are the ascent to the Tiefenbachferner and the ride up to over 3000 m to the Similaun Hut. Here we are very close to the place where the famous glacier mummy "Ötzi" was found. Then fantastic trail descents await us on this alpine crossing, which require good riding technique to enjoy. The Niederjoch (Similaun-Hütte) has the reputation of being one of the most difficult descents among the common Transalp passes. The downhill on the old Ponale road down to Riva crowns this Transalp.  

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Questions and answers

Question from Marco Mariner · June 30, 2020 · Community
ist diese Tour auch mit einem E-Bike machbar?
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Answered by Hartmut Wimmer  · July 11, 2020 · Outdooractive Editors
ich denke, jede Tour ist mit einem e-Bike machbar

Rating

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Volker Schuboth
July 26, 2017 · Community
Wir sind nicht über den Similaun gefahren, stattdessen über den Timmelsjoch, alles befahrbar, aber sehr anstrengend. Den Latscher Pass, ein Insidertipp von einem Hotelbesitzer in Morter, haben wir durch den Tarscher Pass ersetzt, sehr viel schieben müssen. Ich persönlich würde den Tarscher Pass auslassen und von Meran aus nach St. Walburg und Sankt Gertraud fahren (zuviel Schiebepasssagen). Zum Rabbi Joch hoch kann man auf angenehme Art das Bike hoch schieben. Forstweg/Versorgungsweg geht bis ca. 3km vor Rabbi Pass. Den Rifugio Spinale und Graffer al Goste würde ich ebenfalls nicht anfahren, ebenfalls zuviel Schiebepassagen, aufwärts, oben und wieder abwärts. Wir hattten bei der gesamten Tour 414km und 10069hm.
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Tarscher Pass und Rabbi Joch.
Photo: Volker Schuboth, Community
Foto von Mountainbike Transalp: Von Bad Hindelang an den Gardasee über den Tiefenbachferner, die Similaun-Hütte, das Rabbijoch und durch das Val Agola • Allgäu (26.07.2017 12:23:09 #2)
Photo: Volker Schuboth, Community
Michael Bak
June 16, 2017 · Community
Hallo zusammen! Kann mir jemand die Höhenmeter der Einzeletappen dieser Transalp-Tour zur Verfügung stellen? michaelbak@gmx.de Danke im Voraus.
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hghki --
March 26, 2014 · Community
When did you do this route? March 26, 2014
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