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A11 - Bodenalm (classic & skating)

A11 - Bodenalm (classic & skating)

Overview

Starting point: Seefeld - Gießenbach
Finishing point: Seefeld - Gießenbach
Ascent95 m
Highest point1,037 m
Route distance10.7 km
Level of difficultyeasy
Conditionclosed

Characteristics

classic, Skating


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Elevation profile

 

Access to the ski track:
Parking Foodball Field

Connected tracks:
A12 | B9
An overview of the entire cross-country skiing network (incl. trail status) and helpful cross-country skiing information (ticket machines, waxing and service points, changing facilities, ...) can be found in the cross-country skiing report.

Track characteristics:
The A11 Bodenalm trail is a little-frequented track in a quiet location. Running parallel to the Drahnbach stream, it leads over pastures and through woodland. This trail is suitable for adaptive cross-country skiing.

Information:
During the early winter in particular, this area can be very cold indeed since the trail is located in a hollow. The Bodenalm hut is not managed in winter season.
Adaptive cross-country skiing is possible!

Refreshment stop:
Gasthof Ramona

Public transport:
By bus or train to trainstation Scharnitz. Find all bus and train connections in our Mobility-App "wegfinder".

Parking facility:
P7

Emergency call:
Tel.: 140

snow report: Today - 25.05.2022

Rain
7° / 14° C

Light rain until the early afternoon, then slowly becoming dry.

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Schnee

0 cm
on the slope 0 cm

Mountain lift facilities

out of 14 in operation

Alpine ski slopes

out of 13 open

Cross-country ski tracks

out of 38 open

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