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After Niederflans and Valgenäun

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  • Mauls im unteren Wipptal mit Senges, Gansör und Ritzail
    Mauls im unteren Wipptal mit Senges, Gansör und Ritzail
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Distance 7.8 km
2:41 h
479 m
478 m
1,286 m
909 m
The small, hidden plateau
Forest and meadow hike to Niederflans and Valgenäun.

On the orographic right side of the bridge below the church of Mauls you will find the first indication: a signpost with "Valgenäun-Trens-Flans 20B". At the first fork, turn left, and at the next crossroads go straight on. Then you join a forest path coming up from the right and turn sharp left here. A little further up, a signpost with "Flans-Valgenäun" tells us to turn right. The trail leads up through beautiful mixed coniferous forest in the shade; markings and signposts leave no doubt about the course of the trail. Where we reach the first meadow, it is worth taking a detour of only 20 metres to the right up to a knoll (in which a bunker is hidden). The view of the entire Wipptal valley from Freienfeld up to Telfes is overwhelming. Then we cross over meadows up to the houses of Niederflans. Up to here 1:15 hours. After stopping for refreshments, we continue on the access road, which soon descends. After about 20 minutes there is a wooden post with the marking 2A in the crash


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