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Au-Schoppernau | Faschina – Silvretta high alpine road – Hahntenjoch

Silvretta-Hochalpenstraße
Hochtannbergpass
Faschinajoch
Ausblick bei der Auffahrt zum Hahntenjoch
Hahntenjoch

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Difficulty: schwer
Distance: 245,8 km
Ascent: 4750 m
Descent: 4750 m
Duration: 11:00 h
Deepest point: 535 m
Highest point: 2038 m
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  • Au - Damüls - Faschinajoch - Raggal - Nüziders - Bludenz - Montafon - Partenen - Silvretta Hochalpenstraße - Paznauntal - Pians - Landeck - Imst - Hahntenjoch - Elmen - Lechtal - Steeg - Warth - Hochtannbergpass - Schröcken - Schoppernau-Au.

    A cycling tour for the real hard core – and it starts with a proverbial cold start! The 15-km long climb to the Faschinajoch (1,486 m) has 16% ramps in some parts of the start phase. From the Faschinajoch, you go down windy roads through the Große Walsertal as far as the Raggal/Bludenz turn-off. From there, turn off to the left and take the road via Raggal to Ludesch. Turn off to the left at the crossroads and follow the main road as far as the roundabout. Take the second exit and, after about 500 m, turn off to the left towards Nüziders. Follow the road as far as Bludenz, cycle through the small town of Bludenz and, at the edge of the town, turn off towards the Montafon. From here, a well-developed cycle path leads to Partenen.

     

    The Silvretta high alpine road starts in Partenen. You can simply cycle past the toll gate. Once you have reached the Bielerhöhe (2,032 m) on the reservoir, cycle down through the Paznaun via Galtür, Ischgl and Kappl. Right at the bottom, the road meets Tiroler Straße (B 171), on which you need to stick to the right towards Landeck. Cycle through Landeck via Mils as far as Imst. The toughest part of this cycle tour is now: the Hahntenjoch (1,903 m) where in parts 16% ramps must be overcome right at the start. The climb to the Hahntenjoch is 14 km long and a difference in altitude of 1,096 metres has to be overcome. Regeneration is possible on the 15-km long downhill run to Elmen. From Elmen, take Lechtaler Straße to Steeg. From Steeg, there is another slight incline as far as Warth and the Hochtannbergpass (1,676 m). You have now overcome the difference in altitude, give yourself a pat on the shoulder! Now comes the fast and technically demanding descent through Schröcken to Au-Schoppernau.

     

    Author: Monika Albrecht
    letzte Änderung: 16.06.2020

  • Difficulty: schwer
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    Altitude: 2038 m 535 m Best season:
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  • Start Gemeindeamt Au/Alpenhotel Post
    Coordinates:
    Geogr. 47.322151 N 9.9792950000002 E
    Destination Gemeindeamt Au/Alpenhotel Post
  • Public transportation:

    www.vmobil.at

    Landbus Bregenzerwald Linie 40

    Approach:

    Von Deutschland:
    Autobahn Lindau, Pfänder Tunnel, Autobahnabfahrt Dornbirn Nord – Bregenzerwald – Egg – Mellau – Au-Schoppernau
    Autobahn Kempten – Immenstadt – Oberstaufen – Grenzübergang Springen-Aach – Lingenau – Egg – Au-Schoppernau (mautfrei)
    Garmisch-Partenkirchen oder Füssen – Reutte (Tirol) – Lechtal – Warth – Au-Schoppernau (mautfrei)

    Von (über) Schweiz:
    Autobahn St. Gallen – St. Margrethen/Au – Lustenau – Dornbirn – Bregenzerwald – Egg – Mellau – Au-Schoppernau

     

    Von Österreich:
    Inntal-Autobahn – Innsbruck – St. Anton – Arlbergpass – Lech – Warth (bei Wintersperre Arlbergtunnel – Dornbirn – Egg – Mellau) – Au-Schoppernau


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    Park:

    Öffentlicher Parkplatz beim Gemeindeamt Au