Protected by mighty mountains, gently embedded in flat land, naturally grown - Pfunds, located in the Tyrolean Upper Inn Valley, offers a variety of biking opportunities in the border triangle. The round around the Frudiger, is probably rightly one of the most beautiful tours in the Upper Inn Valley. Because the route leads through the unique natural jewel "Pfundser Tschey", an idyllic high valley. Route: Start in Margreid on the Greiterstraße. On a forest road the route goes high above the Inn Valley in the direction of Tösens, past the settlement Eggele (municipality of Tösens), which lies off the road. A slightly sloping road follows until the challenging climb through the Kesselwald forest into the Pfundser Tschey. Once at the top, the descent awaits you on a mountain meadow path through the richly structured high valley, which is well worth seeing. At the end of the Tschey meadows there is the possibility to turn left onto route 755 to the Gschneier Alpe (approx. 4 km, 450 vertical meters). Otherwise, the descent now follows on the municipal road to the starting point. The total length of route 754 is 23.5 km.