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Der Weg zum “Stieber”
Photo: Hanspaul Menara
Distance 2.8 km
Highest point1,027 m
Lowest point958 m
The cascade in the gorge The Stieber waterfall, one of the most famous waterfalls in the rear Passeier valley.
From Moos in the Passeier Valley (1007 m) on the road leading to Platt, first descend slightly to the wooden bridge, which crosses the Passer next to the newer road bridge, then continue on the road for a short while to the footpath branching off to the left (signpost "Zum Wasserfall"), on this path crossing the forest and meadow slope almost level to the bridges in the lower part of the waterfall gorge (approx. 950 m); from Moos 20 minutes. From there, you can take the signposted path to the nearby Bad Sand inn (about 10 minutes from the bridge), passing the sulphur spring that gave rise to the former spa. - Way back: as on the way there.
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