Información sobre Richard Wolz
- Richard Wolz
First a lot of gravel up to Karlshöhe. Unfortunately it is closed. I don't know if this is forever.
Then a very easy trail continues until it goes down the Schlossberg Trail. It has it all, but is badly marked at the time of forest work.
From Einsiedel it goes a long time on gravel back up to the Aurora, where a rest is really worthwhile. The downhill afterwards is a natural path for which driving technique is required. Once at the bottom, gravel follows back through the valley
12 de septiembre de 2021
- Carina W.
Exhausting tour on the Alpe di Siusi. Although the altitude meters are well distributed, you have to push every now and then. There are some blocked and rooted ramps up.
You will be rewarded with a great uphill and downhill trail on the Völser Weiher. Also here with a few steps, stones and roots that demand a lot of attention. S1 level.
29 de junio de 2021
- Richard Wolz
To warm up, it's first of all a round of Lake Kaltern. The tour then continues through vineyards and apple orchards up to Kaltern. Continuing through the various districts, you climb meter by meter to finally reach the Kalterer Höhenweg after a short stretch on the Mendelpass road.
Follow this in the direction of Altenburg. You should keep an eye on the branches to the individual trails, otherwise it's a boring gravel tour. Most of the trails are S0 to S1, but also short S2. We highly recommend the Waldschänke in Altenburg, where you can get the best dumpling tris.
Then it is initially flowing, later slightly blocked with loose stones, back to the starting point.
All in all, a varied tour for which a certain basic level of fitness and technique is required.
26 de junio de 2021
- 03:2334,8 km10,3 km/h950 m950 m