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Mountain bike rides
Caution: The trail section between Bodenstraße in the direction of Bodenalm is currently closed due to forestry work.
Route: Achweg - Mittenwald - Scharnitz - Giessenbach - Neuleutasch - Weidach
Extensive pleasure ride through scenic magnificent scenery
The Arnspitzrunde starts in Leutasch Weidach. From here, you take the Achweg trail, which runs gently downhill along the turquoise-blue Leutascher Ache river. On hot summer days, it always invites you to take a break on the banks. Gravel bikers can ride to the district of Burggraben either on the bike path along the Ache, there is a pleasure variant to the inn Brücke, where photo point / bar foot path and Tyrolean delicacies invite you to discover, or on fast asphalt on the road with little traffic through the Leutasch valley to Mittenwald (Germany). Then follow the turquoise-blue Isar River to Scharnitz (Austria). Here you cross the Isar twice and ride along beautiful gravel paths at the foot of the Arnspitzen to Gießenbach. From here, you head slightly uphill through the shady farmer's forest towards Seefeld before turning off towards Leutasch. In this section of the trail to Neuleutasch, a few meters of altitude await, but they are not too demanding and are soon done. From Neuleutasch you can look forward to rolling downhill again to Weidach, while the views are once again breathtakingly beautiful. Mountain bikers can use the bike path next to the road here, while gravel bikers can again choose between asphalt and gravel.
Tip: On hot summer days you can cool off before, during and after the tour at the Leutascher Ache. Until the end of the Leutasch valley, you always have access to its beautiful banks. In Scharnitz you can sit down at the Isar and put your feet into the ice-cold water.
For the perfect stop, numerous restaurants and inns await along the route in Leutasch, for which you only have to make a short detour. Several restaurants also await in Scharnitz before you pass the Triendlsäge on the way back, which awaits with the best culinary delights and legendary Kaiserschmarrn.
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