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European trail E5 - Northern route from Timmelsjoch Mountain Pass to Bolzano

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  • A part of the European trail from the Passo del Rombo across the Passiria valley till Bolzano.
    A part of the European trail from the Passo del Rombo across the Passiria valley till Bolzano.
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Distance 73.2 km
25:30 h
3,987 m
4,385 m
2,670 m
677 m
Northern route
The E5 takes hikers from the Ötztal Valley through Timmelsjoch mountain pass in the Val Passiria, across the Sarentine Alps to the regional capital of Bolzano

From the village of Zwieselstein in the Ötztal Valley through Timmelsjoch to Alto Adige. E5 runs through Moso along the Val Passiria to the Pfandler alpine hut on Mount Hirzer to Merano 2000, along the ridge and through the Salto plateau to the village of San Genesio.  The San Genesio cable car takes hikers down to the valley of Bolzano. E5 southern route Stage 1 - from Zwieselstein to Moso Stage 2 - from Moso to the Pfandler alpine hut Stage 3 - from the Pfandler alpine hut to Refuge Merano Stage 4- from Refuge Merano to Bolzano


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