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Ziel der Rundtour von Völser Aicha nach Prösels, das gleichnamige Schloss.
Distance 5 km
Highest point1,017 m
Lowest point854 m
Meadow hike From Völser Aicha, this easy circular hike leads to the small hamlet of Prösels and back again in a wide curve.
From the car park at the bus stop above Vöser Aicha, marked trail no. 7 leads along the road for about 400 metres in the direction of Tiers. At the entrance to a farm, the marked trail no. 7 leads to the left, slightly uphill along field paths until, after about 350 metres, trail no. 7 turns off to the right. Follow this path for about 10 minutes to the Schnaggenkreuz cross.
From here the trail, then forest path no. 5, descends slightly in about 20 minutes to the hamlet of Prösels with the well-known Prösels castle of the same name.
Back to Vöser Aicha, the trail with the 6A mark initially leads along the narrow tarred road heading westwards and after about 300m along a good path along the edge of the forest. After reaching and crossing the main road to Tiers, the trail descends slightly to a village road. Follow this to the left and in a few metres return to the starting point.
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