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Frühlingssonne am Salten
Photo: Hannes Riegler
Distance 11.6 km
Highest point1,500 m
Lowest point1,356 m
Larch forest and alpine meadows On the way on the Saltner Hochfläche.
From the car park, the trail is initially steep. Soon we leave the sparse forest and reach the high plateau of the Salten with its typical meadows and alpine pastures. In good weather, we have a breathtaking panoramic view (Dolomites, Zillertal Alps, Brenta Group, etc.). After about 1:30 hours, we turn left and leave the little church of Langfenn behind us on the right. In another half an hour we reach the Gschnofner Stall (1439 m). Now follows a short, somewhat more strenuous section of trail with marker no. 7a (trail sometimes washed out), which brings us back to a forest path. Follow this and branch off in the direction of Edelweiß/Jenesien (from Gschnofner Stall about half an hour). Now walk slightly uphill along trail no. 7 for about an hour back to the starting point. Trail conditions: unpaved forest road. Pushchair: suitable for alpine use, 3 or 4 wheels.
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