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Alpine Rose Trail

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moderate
Distance 16.7 km
5:23 h
358 m
1,445 m
2,058 m
730 m
The Alpine Rose Trail leads from the Vigiljoch above Lana into the valley. Via the Kirchbach valley you reach St. Pankraz, where you return to the starting point by bus.

The cable car and chair lift take you to a sea level of around 1800 metres. Then you climb via trail no. 4 almost to the little church of St. Vigilius, where the actual Alpine Rose Trail begins. The trail first bears marker no. 30 and leads to a fork, where you follow no. 9 in the direction of Hochwart. Gradually the terrain becomes more open and at the right time of year you cross huge fields of flowering alpine roses. After about two hours of walking, in which you hike in a leisurely up and down of the valley, you reach a fork in the path. There you take the path towards the Stafler Alm (no. 1). This alpine pasture (1885 m) lies somewhat below the Alpenrosenweg, which is why you do not pass it directly. Always following the almost level Alpenrosenweg (No. 1) in the direction of the Außerfalkomai Alm, after about three and a half hours you reach a hut below the managed alp. There you leave the Alpenrosenweg trail and take trail no. 3, which leads steeply downwards, to a forest road,


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