This Transalp route takes us from St. Anton over the Schlappiner Joch, the Septimerpass and the Passo Val Viola to Poschiavo.
This Transalp takes us in seven stages from St. Anton to Poschiavo, whereby the first and last stages are both very short. We overcome some crisp pass ascents on steep ramps as well as longer pushing/carrying
longer pushing/carrying passages (e.g. at the Schlappinerjoch). Otherwise it goes for us
the Alps mainly on gravel roads. But also some "flowy" trails
flowing" trails under the wheels. Highlights of the tour are certainly the
Urdenfürggli, the highest point of this tour with an altitude of 2546 m, but also the route from the Septimer Pass into the valley and the ride through the Val Viola. We finally reached our destination in the idyllic village of Poschiavo.
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