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Apple Hike Natz-Schabs

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  • Apfelblüte in Südtirol
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Distance 9.6 km
2:50 h
244 m
244 m
896 m
772 m

Common hike across the apple plateau Natz-Schabs

The village of Natz-Schabs is located near Brixen in the Eisacktal valley. On "South Tyrol's apple plateau", the best Eisacktaler Äpfel grow in a wonderful location. The Bäume fill the region with their magic in every season: in spring, hikers experience a sea of white and pink flowers, in late summer the fruits ripen. On the well-signposted hiking trails you can enjoy all the scenic beauty of the region.  


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Profile picture of Joern Perschbacher Author Joern Perschbacher
Trailrunning bedeutet pure Freiheit - Die Freiheit dort zu laufen, wo nur wenige Füße ihre Spuren hinterlassen. Abseits aller Straßen und Asphaltwege. Das ist es, was die Faszination ausmacht, der auch ich verfallen bin!

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September 24, 2018 · Community
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When did you do this route? September 19, 2018

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