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B9 - Triendlsäge (classic)

B9 - Triendlsäge (classic)

Overview

Starting point: Seefeld - Birkenlift
Finishing point: Bodenalm Seefeld
Ascent4 m
Highest point1,163 m
Route distance3.0 km
Level of difficultymedium
Condition

Elevation profile

 

Access to the ski track:
Birkenlift Seefeld

Connected track:
A11
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 B9 Triendlsäge trail connects the villages of Seefeld and Scharnitz. Skiable in both directions, the route leads through the forest all the way.

Information:
Due to the fact that the trail is very narrow in places, skiers must watch out for other skiers coming in the opposite direction and be very careful when approaching bends.

Refreshment stop:
Gasthof Triendlsäge

Public transport:
The fastest public connection to the start of the cross-country skiing trail can be found directly in our route planner. Take the regional/ski bus to the stop "Birkenlift" (free bus use with guest card or cross-country skiing ticket). You can find all connections in real time with the Mobility-App "wegfinder".

Parking facility:
P17

Emergency call:
Tel.: 140

snow report: Today - 07.02.2023

Partly cloudy
-11° / -1° C

Early clouds will clear to leave the region with a dry and sunny day.

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Schnee

81 cm
on the slope 28 cm

Mountain lift facilities

11 out of 13 in operation

Alpine ski slopes

12 out of 13 open

Cross-country ski tracks

28 out of 37 open

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