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The Waalweg Trail in Lagundo (Algund)

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  • The roggia Waalweg in Naturno in direction TIrolo village and the Picco d' Ivigna mountain. 
    The roggia Waalweg in Naturno in direction TIrolo village and the Picco d' Ivigna mountain. 
    Photo: Hanspaul Menara
m 500 450 400 350 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 km
moderate
Distance 8.9 km
2:42 h
149 m
148 m
One of the best known of the Waalweg trails, which run alongside water channels
Long promenade for strolling above the rooftops of Lagundo (Algund)

From the parking area east of Töll, below Plars (480 m), follow the clearly visible signs for the Algunder Waalweg Trail. Take the flat footpath eastwards and, after crossing Plarser Straße Road, stay alongside the Waal irrigation channel until you reach the Grubbach Stream, near Lagundo (Algund). From there, you go up and down for a bit, and then continue flat along the Waalweg trail, alongside the irrigation channel, to its endpoint at Quarazze (Gratsch). Here, the trail joins the road leading to San Pietro (Sankt Peter); a little lower, the Tappeinerweg Trail, which leads east, begins; 1.5 hours from Töll. From there, go back to the starting point on the Waalweg Trail; walking time is the same for the return trip.

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