Anterivo (Altrei) to the Krabesalm alpine pastures
· Bolzano and environs
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The Marienkirche church in the village Ora.
Photo: Athesia Verlagsanstalt
Distance 10.9 km
Highest point1,576 m
Lowest point1,211 m
The southern border of South Tyrol The Krabesalm alpine pastures is known for its striking spring flora.
Approach is from Ora (Auer) or Egna (Neumarkt), via Fontanefredde (Kaltenbrunn), to San Lugano (St. Lugano) and then over to Anterivo (Altrei) at 1,222 metres. From there, follow trail markings (No. 5/6), first briefly through meadows and past houses and then into the forest, until you reach the road fork. Turn left (the right-hand option also leads to the pastures, only via a little detour) and stay with trail markings (No. 6) up through forested slopes to the Krabesalm alpine farm (1,540 m; serves food); about 1.5 hours from Anterivo. Descent via the Pausa-Alm: From Krabesalm, follow trail markings (no. 9) down along a broad path to the west until you reach the intersection with Trail no. 3. Take this trail, which is nearly flat, across to the Pausa-Alm hut (1,480 m; no food service). Continue flat across a forest to the Ziss Saddle (1,434 m; 45 minutes from Krabesalm). From there, make a left and follow the forest road in a long, moderately downhill forest crossing, until you reach
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