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Biketour Triendlweg-Bauernwald

Route No. 535 - nice and easy round trip in Seefeld.

Overview

Starting point: Seefeld Triendlsäge
Finishing point: Seefeld Triendlsäge
Ascent217 m
Highest point1,220 m
Route distance8.6 km
Level of difficultymedium
Driving time01:10 hh:mm

Elevation profile

 

ATTENTION: Part of the route is currently closed. Alternative route via Bodenalm possible.

Route: Waldgasthof Triendlsäge – Triendlweg - Bauernwald – Unterkelle/Neuleutasch - Waldgasthof Triendlsäge

Route description:
This beautiful and easy biking loop (route no. 535) crosses picturesque forest areas and rewards with a rustic stop full of delicious temptations at Gasthof Triedlsäge.

 
The starting point at the Triendlsäge can be reached directly and comfortably from Seefeld, but you can also easily drive there in your own car (parking lot only for restaurant guests). At the old sawmill get yourself in the saddle and calmly cycle along the asphalted Triendlweg downhill towards Scharnitz. At the Lehenwald junction, turn left onto the forest road and continue to the next hairpin bend. There, take a sharp left turn and cycle above the outward trail through the Bauernwald (trail no. 19) to the Unterkelle bus stop in Neuleutasch (keep right).
 
From there, follow the main road on the left for a short distance until the gravel path to the Triendlsäge branches off to the left. Back at the idyllic forest inn, the tempting smell of fresh Kaiserschmarrn is already wafting towards you. If you like it hearty, you should not miss the freshly caught trout from the own pond!

Alpine emergency call:
Call: 140

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