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Biketour through the Leutasch valley

Route No. 537 - Through the Leutaschtal - along the river Leutascher Ache to Schanz at the gorge Geisterklamm


Starting point: Leutasch parking Salzbach (P5)
Finishing point: Leutasch Geisterklamm (gorge)
Ascent6 m
Highest point1,205 m
Route distance16.1 km
Level of difficultyeasy
Driving time01:10 hh:mm

Elevation profile


Caution: Due to construction work in the area Weidach/Schwimmbad, this route is closed until further notice. Please follow the marked detour (in both directions).

Parking Salzbach (P3-5) -  Klamm - Kirchplatzl - Weidach - Unterleutasch - Inn Brücke - Schanz - gorge Geisterklamm

Route description:
Through the idyllic Leutasch valley to the Spirit Gorge
The route starts at the parking area Salzbach (P3-5), from there it goes along the river through Oberleutasch over the individual hamlets to Weidach, the "village centre" of the magnificent Leutasch Valley, then to Ahrn and along the Achweg in the direction of Unterleutasch, where there is a beautiful alternative (+ 285 m) to the Burggraben district via Inn Brücke, which also offers a great view (photo point) into the Leutasch Valley. From Burggraben it is a few hundred metres to the right on the road to Schanz in the immediate vicinity of the spirit gorge and the border to Bavaria (Mittenwald). The route follows the crystal clear river Leutascher Ache, which invites you to take breaks on many places. The idyllic route is embedded between the river and the mountains of  Arnspitzen and Achterköpfe. Most of the way is under shady trees, so this route is also suitable for hot summer days.

Alpine emergency call:
Call: 140


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