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Circular trail in the Aldein area

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  • Die Schlucht des Bletterbaches bei Aldein.
    Die Schlucht des Bletterbaches bei Aldein.
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Distance 13 km
4:29 h
738 m
737 m
1,219 m
735 m
Through two gorges
From Aldein down to Kaltenbrunn and via Unterradein and back through the gorge of the Bletterbach.

From Aldein (village square) we descend on the trail marked no. 10, past the housing estate and the sports field, through coniferous and later deciduous forest to Hohlen (fraction of Aldein). There we follow the signpost 10 through the steep valley gorge to Hinterhohlen. Soon the trail climbs in a few bends through scrub forest; soon we reach the meadows of the Piglberg and Stampferhof farms. On a good road we pass the huts. Soon we reach the Schwarzenbach, where we hike up to Kaltenbrunn on the left. From Kaltenbrunn we follow the marker 7 first through Föhrenwald, then on the Landesstrasse to Unterradein. From Unterradein, we continue on the main road for about 200 m to the crossroads to the Fölserhof. From there, hiking trail 16 leads you down to the Fölserbrke (bridge) into the Bletterbachschlucht (gorge) and up the Kinig-Berg (mountain) to Kinighof. We return to the starting point on the asphalt road.  


Parts of this content were machine translated using German as the source language

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