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Hahntennjoch

 

 

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March 3rd 2013

 

 

 

 

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Hahntennjochpass road, short after Elmen

When you ride down from the Gaicht pass and you follow the Lech river valley upwards, you need to take a left short after the village Elmen. We are on that road short behind Elmen on the Hahntennjoch pass road, approx. 4 curves and one zickzack after we have left the Lech valey main road. Looking back to Elmen and the Lech valley.

N 47°19´24”  E 010°32´13”

 

 

 

Hanhntennjoch, just in front of Boden

Shortly behind the small village Bschlabs the pass road leads through two beautiful curves across two nice canyons. We highly recommend a break at this position to enjoy the deep valleys and the rivers down in the deep canyon.

N 47°18´16”  E 010°35´44”

 

 

 

Hanhntennjoch, just before we reach Boden

This position is just a mile before we reach the village Boden, where the pass road exits to the left and then runs uphill in endless zickzacks up to the village Pfafflar. We look back from where we came. The village Pfafflar is in our back and we look down to the Lech river valley.

N 47°18´02”  E 010°36´12”

 

 

 

Hahntennjoch pass road

This picture was taken on the exact same position, but rotated by an angle of 90° clockwise.

N 47°18´02”  E 010°36´12”

 

 

 

Hanhtennjoch pass summit

The pass summit of Hahntennjoch. We look toward South to the village Imst, that is located down in the Inn river valley. In front of us, right hand side of the traffic sign, you may notice the cattle grid on the street that prevents cattles from commuting down to the valley and leave the mountain meadows. Cattles are on the Alps without fence and commute over meadows and roads. So watch out.

N 47°17´16”  E 010°39´49”

 

 

 

Hanhtennjoch pass summit

Same position as above, but this time with view toward West. You see the rest of a stone sledge that came down not very long time ago. Warning signs all over the place indicate the risk during thunderstorms and heavy rainfalls.

N 47°17´16”  E 010°39´49”

 

 

 

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