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„Beerige” Wanderung im Erdbeerland
Photo: Tappeiner AG
Distance 4.5 km
Highest point2,264 m
Lowest point1,881 m
"Berry" hike in strawberry country The Martell Valley is known far beyond the borders of South Tyrol - for its sun-ripened strawberries and for its breathtaking landscape that makes the heart of every hiker beat faster.
The hike begins on the opposite side of the car park. The trail immediately runs steeply and stonily uphill on the right, following marker 10, through forest and across alpine meadows, until you reach the Lyfi alm after 45 minutes of walking. The alp is idyllically situated at 2170 metres in the middle of the Stilfser Joch National Park. The alp not only offers impressive views of the Martell mountains (Vordere Rötspitze, Zufallspitze), but also convinces with its own cheese production. For the way back, it is recommended to follow the forest path with the marking no. 35. After 30 minutes, the trail branches off to the left into the forest (no. 20A, direction Zufritt) and leads past a small waterfall. This moderately steep trail finally takes you back to the starting point. If you still have time, you should definitely visit the viewing platform for wildlife observation (behind the Zufritt inn). There, not only wooden-carved wild animals await you, but also a quiet, inviting picnic
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