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From Schmuders to the Prantneralm

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  • Bei der Prantneralm, Panoramaterrasse und eigener Käse
    Bei der Prantneralm, Panoramaterrasse und eigener Käse
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Distance 3.4 km
1:28 h
439 m
6 m
1,786 m
1,347 m
High above Sterzing
At the Prantneralm you can taste cheese, a good reason to hike up.

Actually, Graukäse is produced here, a very special Tyrolean cheese speciality. Graukäse looks a bit piney, tastes spicy and also a bit sourish and gains in sharpness with age. It is indispensable for really good, tasty cheese dumplings, and is often eaten dressed with vinegar and oil and onions. And it is extremely low in fat, as it is made from skimmed milk. By the way, the tasting takes place every Friday in summer. To get to this grey cheese on the Prantneralm, drive from Sterzing to Fleins and on to Schmuders until you reach the Braunhof. From here, hiking trail no. 3 leads up to the Prantneralm at 1780m in about 1:30h on good paths and forest tracks. There you can enjoy the view from the panoramic terrace and, of course, the fresh grey wine. The way back is reluctant and in any case the same as the way there.


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