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From Vöran to the Stoanernen Mandln

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  • Mystischer Ort und Aussichtsspitze, die Stoanernen Mandln
    Mystischer Ort und Aussichtsspitze, die Stoanernen Mandln
    Photo: Hannes Riegler
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Distance 21.2 km
6:34 h
835 m
835 m
2,002 m
1,201 m
The whole Tschöggelberg.
Long circular hike from Vöran to the famous Stoanernen Mandln.

The hiking route to the Stoanernen Mandlen starts in Vöran village. Here you first hike on trail no. 16 past the Oberwirt restaurant to the Grüner Baum inn. At the crossroads, trail no. 16 continues to the Bruggen pond and the Leadner Alm. On forest trail no. 11 the trail leads us through forest and meadows to the Auenerjoch (1924 m) and on the right to the mystical Stoanernen Mandlen (2003 m). This legendary place is not only home to figures and small pyramids made of stone, but also offers a spectacular 360° panorama of the surrounding mountains. From the Stoanernen Mandln, take trail no. 23a to the Möltner Kaser and continue üvia trail no. 15 üvia Krössbrunn to the Waldbichl inn. Trails no. 15 and 16 lead back to Vöran.


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