From Rodeneck to the Ahnerberg and Fröllerberg mountains
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Rodeneck am Eingang des Pustertals im Herbstkleid
Photo: Athesia Verlagsanstalt
Distance 8.9 km
Highest point1,538 m
Lowest point895 m
Over sunny meadows, through dense forests The hamlets of Ahnerberg and Fröllerberg look far across the Eisacktal valley. A hike of a special kind.
From the village of Vill in the municipality of Rodeneck (884 m; road here from Mühlbach), always follow trail marker 2 and the signs for “Rodenecker Alm” first past the Moarhof farm and a frescoed wayside shrine and then slightly uphill northwards between meadows and rows of bushes to the beautiful Herzleierhof farm; from there partly on the farm road, partly off the road (always M2) through meadows and woods past two more farms and the Tonigstöckl up to the Gruberhof and further up to the Ahnerhof (1344 m, snack station); from Vill 1:30 hrs. From the Ahnerhof continue along the M2 on the old path through the forest for a good 20 minutes up to the Mistrà clearing and the alpine road (approx. 1530 m), leaving this again immediately downhill on a wide path (from now on always blue-white marking without number) briefly down to the Brunnerhöfl (approx. 1470 m), now continue to follow the blue-white markings downhill for the most part on the farm access roads, then briefly through the
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