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Tierser Alpjoch #8

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A steep doubletrack climb up to the Tierser Alpjoch (Pass).


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3.1

Miles

5.1

KM

Doubletrack

8,041' 2,451 m

High

5,821' 1,774 m

Low

2,220' 677 m

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13%

Avg Grade (8°)

33%

Max Grade (18°)

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Description

An arduous and continuous 600 m (2000 ft) climb takes you from the Seiser Alm Plateau up to the Tierser Alpjoch (Pass; 2440 m; 8000 ft), which connects to the val Duron valley. This is the highest point in the area that can be reached easily by mountain bike. And, of course, there is a mountain hut (Tierser Alpl Hutte) at the terminus.

Before you reach the Tierser Alpyoch, at the 3 km (1.8 mi) mark, you'll reach the Dialer Kirche (church), which is a beautiful small chapel set in a thicket of woods with the mountains in the background.

The only recommended mountain bike route into the val Duron leaves from the Mahlknechtjoch (Pass; 2168 m; 7113 ft). It's just a short distance past the Dialer Kirche.

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