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On winding paths through the Überetsch region

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  • Herbstlandschaft am Kleinen Montiggler See
    Herbstlandschaft am Kleinen Montiggler See
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m 500 400 300 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 km
Distance 8.5 km
2:38 h
292 m
292 m
543 m
313 m
Roam through woods and meadows
From Kaltern to the idyllic village of Montiggl in the Überetsch.

At the northern end of the car park you will find the first sign "Schäufelewiesweg Marking 4", and you can follow this straight ahead without any hesitation. All intersections and branches are signposted and marked. Towards the end of the first hour of the trail, marker 3A "Patersteig" branches off to the right. This leads directly to the village of Montiggl without touching the lake and shortens the hike by a weak half hour. If we continue ascending, we will reach the Montiggl Lakes car park in about an hour and the inns at the lake in another five minutes. From there, walk back along the access road, take the first big bend to the right after the Hotel Moser and turn left down to the edge of the forest and from there into the visible centre of Montiggl. There is also a restaurant there. In front of the church, turn left downhill; you will find the first sign "Mazzon-Kaltern Marking 5" and then go downhill to the last house. Past this, behind a game gate, there are again precise


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