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Vom Schönegg reicht der Blick bis nach Bozen und die fernen Dolomiten.
Photo: Hannes Riegler
Distance 9.8 km
Highest point1,774 m
Lowest point1,333 m
Viewpoint high above the Etschtal This easy hike leads from St. Felix to Schönegg, an elevation in the Mendel ridge.
From the small car park at the bridge of the Gampenstrasse via the Wassertal valley north of St. Felix (approx. 1330 m). m) follow the signposts »Schönegg« and always follow the mark 56 on the forest road, which climbs gently and then more steeply through the woods to the crossroads at the end of the Höllental (1678 m) and continue on the partly wide trail 56, past the Till meadows, through the woods partly ascending, partly level up to Schönegg (1772 m; from the starting point just under 2 hrs.). Recommended descent: from Schönegg on trail 50 northwestwards down to the wooded Mittagsscharte (1647 m), continue to the trail branching off to the left or trail 54. Follow trail 54 down to the Saalwiese meadow, at the fork follow trail 55 to the left on a wide path through the woodland, level and descending moderately to the trail used in the ascent and back to the starting point; from Schönegg a good 1:30 hrs.
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