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C3 – Neuleutasch (classic & skating)

C3 – Neuleutasch (classic & skating)

Overview

Starting point: Neuleutasch o. Wildmoos
Finishing point: Neuleutasch oder Wildmoos
Ascent142 m
Highest point1,335 m
Route distance5.1 km
Level of difficultydifficult
Conditionclosed

Characteristics

classic, Skating


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Elevation profile

 

Access to the ski track: 
via A3 track or Neuleutasch

Connected tracks:
A3 | C4
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:
This very challenging circuit begins at the half-way point of the A3 ‘Torfstich’ trail and leads through the forest for the most part offering little open terrain. The trail is suitable for experienced skiers and is ideal for training purposes. 

Refreshment stop:
Gasthof Neuleutasch

Public transport:
By bus or train to trainstation Seefeld. Use the (ski)bus to station "Leutasch Unterkelle" or "Neuleutsch Skilifte". (The bus is free of charge with the ski ticket). Find all bus and train connections in our Mobility-App "wegfinder".

Parking facilitiy:
P17

Emergency call:
Tel.: 140

snow report: Today - 27.06.2022

Sunny
12° / 29° C

A fairly sunny day with plenty of sunshine and a chance of thunderstorms towards evening.

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Schnee

0 cm
on the slope 0 cm

Mountain lift facilities

3 out of 14 in operation

Alpine ski slopes

out of 13 open

Cross-country ski tracks

out of 38 open

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