Start is like with the professionals at the upper town square in Kufstein. But we leave the neutralized lap out and start directly south. Over the sunny plateau Schwoich and Bad Häring we quickly descend towards Kirchbichl. From there, the route leads through the picturesque pilgrimage site of Mariastein and on over the quiet roads to Angerberg, always towards the Reintaler lakes. Until Kramsach we are on the original route. Since we want to avoid the busy main road between Brixlegg and Schwaz (unfortunately, our trip is not closed by a police escort and track marshal), we take the much more pleasant roads via Münster, Wiesing and Jennbach to Vomperbach. There one comes again on the original course up to Gnadenwald. Here the ascent waits relentlessly for the calves. The descent to Hall offers relaxation. Due to the traffic, it is better not to venture into Innsbruck, especially as many parts of the route are not really passable due to the pedestrian zone. In Hall, the turning point is back. Via Fritzens, Pill and then on the same route as on the outward journey, one gets to Rattenberg, always in reasonably flat terrain. There, one once again takes a last ascent from Breitenbach am Inn to Schönau in order to enjoy the idyllic roads in the direction of Langkampfen and back to Kufstein.
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