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46 Circular hike from Tisens to St.Hyppolit

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Tappeiner Verlag
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Distance 9.8 km
3:18 h
487 m
487 m
1,013 m
610 m
The royal box of the Burgraviate, that is the name of the rocky hilltop on which the little church is located. And rightly so, because the Etschtal valley lies at the feet of the observer. the view sweeps over the Tschögglberg to the Ifinger, Hirzer and Hirzer and the Jaufen ridge, which seems to close off the Passeier valley. Towards the west, the peaks of the Texelgruppe line up one after the other. An industrious person has taken the trouble to count 20 villages and 40 castles and ruins can be seen. to be seen. What is striking is the stepped, rather gentle ascent to the church hill, which falls away quite steeply to the north and east. to the north and east. The deep "scrape marks" in front of the church are also striking. of the church. These morphological peculiarities are to the last ice age, it is a glacial rounded hump and the glacial rounded hump and the partly quite deep grooves are deep grooves are "scrape marks" caused by lumps of rock at the bottom of the at the bottom of the ice.

In the centre of Tisens, follow the „Jakobsweg“ (Mark. Nr. 1A and 5) first through orchards, then through scrub forest mäßig steeply up to the little church. Continue down into the hollow (worthwhile detour to the left to the idyllic Narauner Weiher) and further along the Mark. No. 7 and 8A until the „Larchweg“ (Mark. No. 6,)branches off to the left. Follow this until marker no. 6A branches off sharply to the left twice at a footpath. This will take you back to the starting point in a short time.


Parts of this content were machine translated using German as the source language

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