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From Kurtatsch to Tramin

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  • Der Kastelazweg verbindet Kurtatsch mit Tramin (im Bild).
    Der Kastelazweg verbindet Kurtatsch mit Tramin (im Bild).
    Photo: Tappeiner AG
m 400 300 200 8 6 4 2 km
Distance 8.9 km
2:38 h
262 m
262 m
488 m
272 m
On the Trimm-dich-Pfad
The Kastelazweg crosses the Mendel mountain slope from Kurtatsch to Tramin.

From the brochure "Hiking suggestions for Kurtatsch-Margreid-Kurtinig" by Gertraud Sanin and Dietmar Giovanett (available from the local tourist offices). From the main square we walk along the Obergasse, which rises steeply at the beginning, and turn right after about 100 metres at the Platzl. At the next fork in the road – at the fountain – we turn into the Schießstandweg, which leads into the Kastelazweg (Trimm-dich-Pfad). On this path we reach Tramin, passing the Bödele–. Via Kastelaz we hike to the southern end of the village. Take the road to Rungg – before the Walch winery on the right – we return to Kurtatsch.   


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