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    Plose

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    Plose
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    The super classic leads to the Plose, the 2486 meter high local mountain of Brixen. After the 360-degree panoramic view, you circle your way from the ridge to the north side of the Plose Scharte - and on great trails down to Brixen. The 1900 meter Uphill can be shortened considerably by taking the gondola lift.

    "DomCAI" was once the synonym for masochism on wide tires. In the legendary uphill race from the Brixen Cathedral to the CAI hut at the Plose summit, it was necessary to climb almost 2000 meters of altitude at racing speed. The race no longer exists, but Plose does. And the uphill race from the romantic cathedral town up to the mountain hut and even further to the "Telegraph" visible from afar is still the uphill masterpiece in the Eastern Alps. At the DomCAI race, the best reached the summit in well under two hours. Normal mountainbikers need twice as long without stopwatch stress. If that is too much of a torture for you, you can take the gondola from St. Andrä to Kreuztal – and save about 1000 meters of altitude difference.

    But of course the most stylish start is directly at the Domplatz. You head east, cross the Rienz and follow the little used state road 29 to St. Andrä. Here you have to decide: Some take the gondola to Kreuztal, the strong ones take the uphill under their own power via Palmschoss up to the top station. The never-ending ascent continues in the direction of Rossalm. But before that you turn left and fight your way uphill to the Plose Hut, which is visible from afar (refreshment and overnight accommodation). But the highest point is still not reached. So you follow the marking No. 6 to the "Telegraph", the highest point of Plose with 2486 meters. Up here, not only a fantastic 360-degree panorama awaits you, but also a hard downhill nut to crack – the very steep entrance from the ridge down into the Plose saddle and to the Ochsenalm. You cross the Plose from the Ochsenalm in a southerly direction (trail number 30) and rush down on great and varied singletrails to the bottom station in St. Andrä. The 4A trail from Moardorf down to Brixen is the excellent end of the tour.

    Hints:

    • E-Mountainbike: Because of the many meters of altitude difference, you must either have a second battery with you, charge the battery on the way (for example in Palmschoss) or take the gondola to defuse the uphill.
    Route: 
    Brixen – St. Andrä – Palmschoss – Kreuztal – Plosehütte – Telegraph – Plosescharte – Ochsenalm – St. Andrä – Brixen
    Route details
    Distance: 
    44 km
    difference in altitude uphill: 
    2015 m
    difference in altitude downhill: 
    2015 m
    Highest point: 
    555 M.ü.M.
    Lowest point: 
    2472 M.ü.M.
    Point of departure: 
    Brixen
    Point of arrival: 
    Brixen
    Webcode: 
    1869
    E-MTB: 
    gut tauglich für E-Mountainbikes
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    Shuttles: 
    St. Andrä – Plose
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