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The Hahntennjoch pass is an alpine connection between the upper Lech valley in the west and Inn valley at Imst in the east. The climb on the eastern side has a vertical gain of 1000m and gradients up to 15%, whereas the western side has a maximum gradient of 18% and a vertical climb of 900m. Shortly before the Hahntennjoch pass begins there is a short section with high rock faces on either side with an amazing series of 8 to 10 sweeping cambered bends. Just before Boden, you turn left onto the official ascent to the pass and the fun starts. The first section is tight with a series of 180 degree switchbacks. The road now starts to open into wider sweepers hugging one side of the valley. The ride back down on the eastern side is completely different and it is spectacular. After some initial wide sweeping turns, the road is then literally carved into the rock with a series of around 20 tight 90 degree corners along a breathtaking 2km stretch.
Enjoy your ride!
|Published :||10/09/2017 (d/m/y) 18:12|
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