Stanzach - Fallerschein
Fallerschein is an Alpine village in a side valley of the Tyrolean Lechtal in the Lechtal Alps. The alpine pasture settlement lies at 1304 m and consists of over 40 alpine huts. The tour starts in the centre of Stanzach near the church. The starting point can be easily reached by hiking bus or by car. There are also some free parking spaces in the area. A few metres west of the village centre, Berwang-Namloser-Straße branches off to the south. The road first runs flat through the Stanzacher district of Rain to the valley entrance of the Namlos Valley. From here on the road gets a little steeper. After a first ascent of almost 150 m it gets flatter again and the road leads along the right side of the valley into the Namlos Valley. (Attention to the traffic!) After about 8 km you reach the junction Fallerschein. Here begins a goods road, which leads to Almdorf Fallerschein, 2 km away. The goods route continues on a leisurely gradient and after another 15 minutes drive you reach the alpine pasture settlement. In Fallerschein there is the possibility to stop at "Michl's Fallerscheinstube" or at "Sennerstüberl - Fallerschein Alm". There is also the possibility to stay overnight in one of the numerous alpine huts in Fallerschein. The tour from Stanzach to Fallerschein is characterized by good accessibility. During summertime the Berwang-Namloser-Straße is also used by motorcyclists and one should be accordingly careful with the mountain bike. The length of the MTB tour after the fall is 10 km, the difference in altitude is 350 m and the difficulty can be classified as easy.
Tips / Hints:
This is not a designated mountain bike route. Please inform yourself in advance about possible driving bans and the state of the way.
Alpine Village Fallerschein
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