MTB Nr. 282 - Gravel “Rummler” Loop


  • MediumLevel
  • arrow_right_alt7,0 kmDistance
  • terrain867 mHighest point
  • trending_up180 mUphill
  • trending_down174 mDownhill
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Tour information

A loop for every level of rider 

Whether you want to explore the Kitzbühel Alps on an e-bike, try the adventure of gravel biking, or are looking for an after-work ride, the Rummler round is for you! However, you should not underestimate it! Even though it's short, you'll have to climb a few meters and the rushing downhill will give you some adrenaline and the grin to go with it. 

First up via Holztratt 

Our beginner bike tour starts in Oberndorf. We ride quickly uphill via Holztratt and soon leave the village. An alternation of fields and forests determines the landscape on the way up. At the top we are greeted on the right side of the Wilder Kaiser. A breathtaking sight. Don't forget to take a picture! 

Suddenly the road ends. At a farm we turn onto a small gravel road.  

Gravel and dream panorama 

Now we are already flying downhill on the first short piece of gravel. A beautiful left turn and then we turn already to the right. After a few meters uphill we look at a huge field with a mountain panorama in the background. There we rush now down past a farm and down into a hollow! ATTENTION: You must turn left here, otherwise you will ride the somewhat longer Grutten round! You still haven't had enough and want to ride the Grutten round? Then this way. 

On the Rummler round we go directly right again on the Seilermeisterweg and follow it all the way down to the main road where we turn left and come back to Oberndorf. How quickly will the next tour come for you now? 😉 

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MTB Nr. 282 - Gravel “Rummler” Loop


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  • Asphalt, Easy to grip nature trails
  • Functional bike dress
    Snacks and full drink bottles
    Fully charged mobile phone and charger
    First aid kit
    bike map, opt. download gpx tracks
    Sun protection
    opt. Multitool & repair kit, bike pump
  • Starting from the region St. Johann in Tirol (Click here for driving description) take the B161 to Oberndorfer Landesstraße and than the Josef-Hager-Straße
  • Guest card = train ticket from guest to traveller in no time

    Postbus 4000 St. Johann i.T. Bahnhof - Oberndorf i.T. Ort

    Zug 201 Giselabahn St. Johann i.T. Bahnhof - Oberndorf i. T- Bahnhof
  • Oberndorf i. T. cemetery parking