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The Naturnser Wallburgweg

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  • Viel Sonne, wenig Regen. Blick auf Naturns
    Viel Sonne, wenig Regen. Blick auf Naturns
    Photo: Hanspaul Menara
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easy
Distance 7.6 km
2:32 h
269 m
269 m
798 m
530 m
Crossing of the Sonnenberg
Path of a former irrigation whale

From Naturno (554 m) first follow the 39/91 markings and the signs for the Wallburgweg trail for a long time, partly on roads and partly on off-road paths to the northeast;Slightly uphill in a northeasterly direction to the Wiedenplatzer-Keller inn and on a footpath, past a lower section of the irrigation channel, through buildings and open slopes up to the (upper) irrigation channel path, which is called the "Wallburgweg" (approx. 750 m; from Naturns 3/4 hour). Follow the flat trail westwards to cross a hut, then continue along the Wallburgweg trail, which is always good and secured in exposed places with wooden railings, past the old Waalerhütte and a well on a level traverse of steep slopes (marked descent options along the path) to the Wallburg, the pulpit at the end of the path (775 m, benches, wayside cross); from the start of the Waalweg a good 1 hour. Descent: on the Wallburgweg trail briefly back again, then turn right on a marked trail slightly descending to the


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