Cycling Hahntennjoch Imst

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Hahntennjoch - Imst


Basic data & ranking

Average grade: 7.6 %

Length: 14 km

Height start: 826 m

Height top: 1884 m

Elevation gain: 1058 m

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Hahntennjoch rankings

Difficulty ranking world: 812 (all)
Ranking Austria: 61 (all)
Ranking Alps: 312 (all)
Difficulty score: 117.99 what?

Hahntennjoch ratings

(4.5) Overall

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Description

The Hahntennjoch is situated in Tyrol and belongs to the Alps . Starting from Imst, the Hahntennjoch ascent is 14 km long. Over this distance, you climb 1058 heightmeters. The average percentage thus is 7.6 %.

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Stories, information and comments from Hahntennjoch climbers
Story by David Thomas from London, United Kingdom, submitted on 16/09/2013
This is a hard climb. I did it as the last climb of the day, after doing the Flexenpass and Silvretta Hochalpenstrasse. It was the worst by a long way, although that may be because I was tired. The first bit is steeper than the profile suggests - there is a 500m ramp at about 13-14% - and it is hard to get a consistent rhythm as the gradient swings all over the place. Harder from Imst than from Haselgehr in my view.
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Story by Martin from , United Kingdom, submitted on 27/08/2009
Theres a fantastic alm just opposite the highpoint, where you can eat food from the farmrs cattle ranch and even stay the night. Its the only dwelling in miles and miles, the place is as remote as the furthest glen, but the weathers much better (25C on Aug 21)
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Story by Thomas I. - KoB from Fuessen, Bavaria, submitted on 02/08/2007
This pass needs a lot of power. Specially from Imst. It just have only one 180° curve. The rest is rising steadly high up to the pass. There you cannot find any hut or any other place for resting. Only nice meadows and few cows. On weekends during the season it´s quite well frequented. Sometimes even crowded; no traffic-fee. The road is narrow but well paved. In 2006 the German-Tour were passing this mountain with the end at St. Anton in Tyrol. Leader at this pass was Erik Zabel!

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