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Mondsee 5-Seen Radmarathon - Tour A

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Der jährlich stattfindende Mondsee Radmarathon ist ein tolles Rennen mit schöner Aussicht auf den See.
difficult
Distance 201.2 km
11:05 h
2,460 m
2,460 m
1,300 m
452 m
Tour, die an den 5 Seen : Fuschlsee, Mondsee, Attersee, Hallstättersee und Wolfgangsee entlangführt.
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difficult
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Highest point
1,300 m
Lowest point
452 m

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Mondsee (487 m)
Coordinates:
DD
47.854729, 13.350728
DMS
47°51'17.0"N 13°21'02.6"E
UTM
33T 376628 5301470
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Destination

Mondsee

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Start und Ziel ist die Ortschaft Mondsee.

Dazwischen führt die Route über: Weißenkirchen- Attersee- Weißenbach- Bad Ischl- Hallstättersee- Gosau- Rußbach- Strobel- Wolfgangssee- St Gilgen- Fuschlsee- Thalgau- Mondsee

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Coordinates

DD
47.854729, 13.350728
DMS
47°51'17.0"N 13°21'02.6"E
UTM
33T 376628 5301470
w3w 
///obligations.gushes.couched
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Difficulty
difficult
Distance
201.2 km
Duration
11:05 h
Ascent
2,460 m
Descent
2,460 m
Highest point
1,300 m
Lowest point
452 m
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