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Bike-connection Seefeld-Reith

Route No. 5030 - Experience the bee natural trail - the connection between Seefeld and Reith

Overview

Starting point: Information office Seefeld
Finishing point: Information office Reith
Ascent49 m
Highest point1,190 m
Route distance5.1 km
Level of difficultyeasy
Driving time00:35 hh:mm

Characteristics

Mountain bike rides


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Route: Information office Seefeld - Hotel Bergland - Wildseepromenade - Kapelle - Ichthyolwerk - Bee Trail - Information office Reith

Experience the bee natural trail: The connection between the villages Seefeld and Reith.
The route starts at the Seefeld Information Office and starts southwest across Bahnhofplatz to the crossing. Keep right here and follow the Reitherspitzstraße to the next intersection at Hotel Bergland (on your left). Turn right and follow the road slightly uphill for about 100 m until you reach the first junction, which leads to the left into the Wildseepromenade. From here the route continues straight ahead along the wide and easily accessible forest road to the small chapel. After a short, not too steep descent, take the main road that leads to Auland, then immediately turn left and change to the south side of the main road (underpass) to the forest at the Ichthyolwerk. After a steep, but only very short ascent you are at the northeastern beginning of the bee natural trail. From here to the entrance of Reith, the route always runs alongside the railway line. This part is very well passable and one is constantly supplied with information to the topic "bees". At the end of the forest road, follow the municipal road towards the railway station and the centre of Reith, where the finish is directly at the information office. The bee natural trail is also a very popular hiking and walking route, so be aware of pedestrians and adjust your speed.

Attention pasture cattle, please keep distance and cross the pasture area calmly and quickly.