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Algund - Partschins High Altitude Trail

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  • Der rund hundert Meter hohe Partschinser Wasserfall, die Wanderung führt von hier aus auf den Höhenweg.
    Der rund hundert Meter hohe Partschinser Wasserfall, die Wanderung führt von hier aus auf den Höhenweg.
    Photo: Hanspaul Menara
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Distance 10.9 km
3:55 h
567 m
862 m
1,206 m
344 m
Nature experience included
A rewarding hike in the Merano area.

Tour provided by the Algund Tourism Association The Partschinser Höhenweg is worth a day trip. Take the bus from the Algund town hall to Parcines and hike along trail no. 8 (first part of the road) up into the Zieltal valley to the waterfall (1.5 hours). There the Partschins hiking trail no. P branches off to the right and leads up to the Prünster inn (1,196 m) on Tabland. At the Eggerhof farm, the trail continues with a slight descent to Niederhaus, where you turn left below the farm onto trail no. 7, which leads to Plars - Algund village centre.


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