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002 Trailtour al Monte Tramontana

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Distance 19.8 km
Elevation gain 350 m
Elevation gain 1.350 m
Duration 1:39 h

1 = very easy (max. 200 hm)
2 = easy (max. 400 hm)
3 = medium (max. 800 hm
4 = difficult (max. 1200 hm)
5 = very difficult (über 1200 hm)

Driving technique (S0 - S5)

The rating of the driving technique is based on the values ​​of singletrail-skala.de.

S0 = S0 describes a single trail that has no special difficulties. These are mostly liquid forest and meadow paths on grippy natural soils or gravel solidified. Stages, rock or root sections are not expected. The slope of the path is light to moderate, the curves are extensive.
S1 = a S1 described way you have to even minor obstacles such as shallow roots and small stones to expect. Very often the odd gulley erosion damage and cause of the increased difficulty of the ground can not be partially solidified. The gradient is a maximum of 40%. Hairpin bends are not expected.
S2 = expect the S grade S2 have to with larger roots and stones. The soil is often not solidified. Steps and shallow steps are expected. Often sharp bends occur, the slope is passages, up to 70%.
S3 = Splinted single trails with many large rocks and / or root sections belonging to the S-level S3. High levels switchbacks and brain-lateral gradients often occur, relaxed roll sections are rare. Frequently is also expected to slippery surfaces and loose rocks, slopes above 70% are not uncommon.
S4 = S 4 describes very steep and strong interlocked single trails with large boulders and / or demanding root passages therebetween often loose debris. Extreme steep ramps, narrow switchbacks and steps in which the chainring touches inevitably come in 4th grade common.

Tour months

May, June, July, August, September, October


You can get information about the offered shuttles from the tourist office or the Ötzi Bike Shop


Helmet, gloves, good shoes, glasses as well as bike clothing and drinking bottle!

Course: With the bike shuttle to the Kreuzbrünnl car park - uphill Malga Naturno to the crossroads for the descent Brand trail - "Brandhof" farm - Plon - Platzgumm - Ötzi trail - Naturno

A path that has something special! This is the most recent route on Monte Tramontana and rewards us with the tasting of the products of the Brandhof dairy. What more do you want? To try our hand at the latest addition to the flow trail routes, we take advantage of the bike shuttle transport service that takes us to the Kreuzbrünnl car park. From here we follow the signs for the uphill of Malga Naturno for a stretch along the forest road. After approximately 1.5 kilometers we reach a crossroads at 1,690 meters above sea level. We turn left on the forest road and after a few hairpin bends we reach the start of the trail. We surf on the ground of the undergrowth and on pine cones through the woods of Monte Tramontana, we face passages as narrow as our hands on the handlebars. The track is fun and ends directly at the farm "Brandhof" that gives the track its name. The farm also has its own dairy! For a snack we can taste the cheeses and other delicacies produced at home: a perfect stop along our route and another trail is already waiting for us. After the farm, the steep road on asphalt leads us to a turn, from which we continue to climb to the left. For a short stretch we take the asphalted road of the uphill of Malga Naturno, then follow the signs in the direction of the "Platzgumm" farm. Just before Platzgumm, a sign indicates access to the Ötzi trail (S3). We climb along the path and at 1,230 meters above sea level we enter the trail. In some sections a good technical ability is needed, overall we sail on the track with fluidity downstream. In Cirlano we leave the Ötzi trail again and, following the path through the fields, we return to Naturno.

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