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Redensberg circular hike

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  • Blick auf Oberrasen am Eingang des Antholzertales.
    Blick auf Oberrasen am Eingang des Antholzertales.
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Distance 10.6 km
3:49 h
624 m
624 m
1,557 m
1,017 m
Above the central Pustertal valley.
Steep trail sections, wide paths and a detour to a ruin. A versatile tour above Niederrasen at the entrance to the Antholzer Valley.

First follow the markings, where there are some steeper passages to negotiate as far as Redensberg. In Redensberg keep to the right and follow the trail to Oberredensberg. Go through the footpaths and follow the forest road. Trail no. 1 is no longer passable, so continue to the fork in the road that leads up to the Redensberger Alm on the right. The trail continues steeply uphill for about 15 minutes until you reach a signpost again. Keep to the right at this signpost and now descend steeply again to the next signpost, where you turn left in the direction of Burgfrieden and descend steeply until you reach a forest path. Here you can make a detour to the right to the ruins of Neurasen. From there, go back down to the farm, turn right above the chapel and follow the markings until you reach the asphalt road that leads up to Oberredensberg. Turn left here and walk down to Niederrasen.


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