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Around the Haidersee

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  • Der zauberhafte Haider See im Vinschgauer Oberland
    Der zauberhafte Haider See im Vinschgauer Oberland
    Photo: Tappeiner AG
m 1465 1460 1455 1450 1445 5 4 3 2 1 km
Distance 5.1 km
1:19 h
17 m
17 m
1,467 m
1,449 m
The natural lake in the Upper Vinschgau
Lake walk with a magnificent view of the surrounding mountains.

From St. Valentin auf der Haide (1470 m) to the nearby lakeshore, along the wide hiking trail on the eastern shore of the lake southwards to the fishermen's houses, continue briefly southwards on the main road, soon turn right on a side road, cross the Adige on the so-called settling bridge and turn right again on the little road on the western shore of the lake northwards back to the starting point.


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