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  • Vorbei an mehreren beeindruckenden Wasserfällen durch die faszinierende Schlucht der Passer
    Vorbei an mehreren beeindruckenden Wasserfällen durch die faszinierende Schlucht der Passer
    Photo: Hanspaul Menara
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Distance 7.9 km
2:44 h
442 m
107 m
1,020 m
663 m
Along the Passer.
From St. Leonhard along the Passer to Moos in Passeier.

The trail to the Passerschlucht (No. 1) begins at the Dorfbrücke in St. Leonhard. From here, walk along the main road (past Wäsche & Kindermode Winkler) and after a few metres turn left into Andreas-Hofer-Strasse. At the end of the street turn right up to the roundabout at the main road. Cross this twice, then turn right and pass the football pitch and the swimming pool until you reach the wooden bridge below the village of Gomion. Cross the bridge on the left and then walk down the gorge on the right. The path winds along the river at water level and overcomes the vertical cliffs and narrows via bridges and artificial footbridges. Halfway along, the path climbs in serpentines for about 100 metres. From there the view falls on the Stuller waterfall. From here the trail leads in gentle ups and downs through dense forest to the Rückhaltedamm below Moos. From here there are three hiking options: 1) Right, up to the village centre of Moos (No. 1, approx. 20 min.) 2) Left, along the


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