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Blick auf Schlanders, Ausgangspunkt und Endpunkt der Tour
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Distance 18.2 km
Highest point1,611 m
Lowest point737 m
Up the Sonnenhang. The tour starts relatively steeply and winds its way up the Sonnenhang for a good while before the climb becomes less steep. As it is not a particularly long tour in terms of distance, you can be a little more lavish with your battery power up to the Waldenthal farm. Soon after Waldenthal, the highest point of the tour is reached.
From the ➊ railway station (730 m) in Silandro, take the short route towards the centre of Silandro and turn left at the first ➋ intersection. Cross the road, continue straight on into the village of Korch and follow the road to a crossroads. A sign (Sonnenberg) points the way right uphill. At the next fork in the road, turn right again. At a ➎ left-hand bend – start of a forest path, continue left to the next ➏ fork. Go straight on and up serpentines, past a footpath to a ➐ left turn; a path branches off to the right. Continue left to the next fork in the road. Go straight on and up to ➒ Hof Waldenthal (1552 m). Continue on a slight ascent to the ➓ highest point of the tour, a road bend at 1604 m. There, the grassy path begins. There the grassy forest path begins (wooden gate and signpost "Matatsch"). Follow the forest road to the ⓫ barn near the remains of the Matatsch farmstead. Continue straight on along the now gravel forest road and partly steeply down to the ⓬ Sägehof (1294 m).
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