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Leiter Alm - Jägersteig - Mutkopf -Steinegg

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  • Meran mit dem Burggrafenamt und die Texelgruppe im Hintergrund
    Meran mit dem Burggrafenamt und die Texelgruppe im Hintergrund
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Distance 8.1 km
3:52 h
906 m
906 m
2,283 m
1,391 m
Varied day tour for experienced hikers
Hike high above Merano.

Tour provided by the Algund Tourism Association Take the basket lift from Vellau to the Leiter Alm, then walk along the 24 path to an abandoned alpine hut. Slightly above, trail no. 25 branches off to the right, first übern Gampen and then in serpentines through the Taufen up to the Taufenscharte (2,230 m, Karjoch). From the Scharte, descend to the left (approx. 20 min.) to a large rock standing alone, where the Jägersteig from no. 25 branches off and descends the northern slope of the Mutberge to the Mutkopf (1,648 m). From the Mutkopf inn, descend to Steinegg (trail no. 22), branch off to the right there and return to the Leiter Alm via the Merano Hiking Trail no. 24. From Vellau take the chair lift or the bus to Algund. 


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