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Alpine walk to the Roner Alm

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  • Almidylle am Weg mit Blick zu den Sarntaler Alpen.
    Almidylle am Weg mit Blick zu den Sarntaler Alpen.
    Photo: Athesia Verlagsanstalt
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Distance 6.4 km
1:54 h
233 m
234 m
1,846 m
1,613 m
Deriving from the Middle High German "Rone" (tree stump)
Flat mountain meadows high above Rodeneck.

From the Zumis car park (1725 m; good road from Mühlbach über Nauders up here) first briefly on the wide road and then as you wish either on the main path or on the footpath without any significant differences in altitude;First through the forest and then across the open alpine pastures without any orientation problems north-eastwards to a small junction and to the nearby Roner Alm (1832 m; Almschenke Berggasthof); from the Zumis car park just under 1 hour. Rückweg: Either on one of the two access paths or on the following route: From the Roner Alm on road 2/14 briefly in an easterly direction, turn right at the fork in the road and always on a beautiful footpath (marking 14) through the forest and over two alpine pastures steeply down to the Gschlorerhof (1618 m), from there westwards on the HöFrom there westwards on the hard-packed trail crossing the slopes to the Villpeder inn (1637 m) and partly on the marked short-cut trail up to the car park (an earlier trail crossing the forest


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