Todtnauberg
Todtnauberg

Todtnauberg with a beautiful view

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Location: Todtnauberg
Track length: 11.6 km

We start our mountain bike tour at the entrance to Todtnauberg (parking facilities), turn right into the downhill section

take the leading Kreuzmattstrasse, after the bridge into the ascending Ennerbachstrasse and shortly thereafter turn right again towards the Scheuermattlift. On d. The asphalted Scheuermattweg leads to a road, WZ Grüner Ring. which leads up to the edge of the forest to the Bergerhöh. There you can enjoy a beautiful view over Todtnauberg. We cycle uphill past the chapel and immediately afterwards come across the Hämmerleweg branching off to the right. We follow this steeply ascending road through the Hämmerlewald towards Stübenwasen until the path on the meadow area below the Stübenwasen summit (view of the Ballon) no longer increases.

After we have reached the highest point of the tour, we drive on the Lachenwasenweg, WZ blue diamond, down past a refuge, which invites you to take a short rest. After a short descent we come on our way to the left past the Jakobuskreuz down to the Radschert.

We follow the second path that turns right down towards Muggenbrunn, pass a barrier and shortly afterwards meet the Untere Hornweg, which branches off to the left. On this we drive back to the starting point Todtnauberg with beautiful views of slight inclines and descents.

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