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The beautiful Labyrinth Trail

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  • In the Labyrinth track of the Latemar.
    In the Labyrinth track of the Latemar.
    Photo: Maurizio Capobussi
m 1900 1850 1800 1750 1700 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 km
Distance 8.4 km
2:24 h
216 m
216 m
1,904 m
1,742 m
Hiking across a bizarre rocky desert
This trail leads through a maze of boulders and rock beneath the Latemar Range. This hike is especially exciting for children. Accessible via a forest road from Passo Costalunga/Karerpass.

At Passo di Costalunga (Karer) Pass, follow Trail M21, across the street from the Hotel Rosengarten. At the first fork, turn right and cross a meadow towards the woods. The trail descends slightly at first then turns into a forest road that leads almost flat to the next crossroads. Here, turn left for a shortcut up the hill, marked M13, then continue on Trail No. 21 which again turns into a forest road and eventually reaches a clearing. Continue on the trail that leads down and through the woods. At 1,750 m, it crosses  Trail No. 18 coming up from the Lago di Carezza Hotel . Stay on Trail No. 21, and follow the signs to Mitterleger (30 minutes). Mitterleger Alm (1,839 m) is located in the middle of a beautiful mountain meadow and is usually closed.  There are benches and tables where you can take a short break, though. Trail No. 21 would take you straight to Obereggen in about 2 hours. Instead, follow Trail No. M20, also signposted Labyrinthsteig, east towards the majestic towers and


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