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Small Geisler Round

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  • Der Wegverlauf der Großen Geislerrunde führt an der malerischen Gschnagenhardt-Alm vorbei.
    Der Wegverlauf der Großen Geislerrunde führt an der malerischen Gschnagenhardt-Alm vorbei.
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Distance 20.9 km
9:26 h
1,652 m
1,652 m
2,596 m
1,317 m
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With over 20 km and almost 1800 hm, the Kleine Geislerrunde is a long and demanding mountain tour in the beautiful Villnöss mountain formation. Only something for endurance-trained and mountain-experienced hikers.

The start of the Great Geisler Loop is in St. Johann in Ranui behind St. Magdalena. Take trail no. 28 up to the Broglesalm and the Munkelweg. Follow this eastwards for a short distance to the junction with trail no. 6A, which leads up to the Pana-Scharte. From the col, descend on trail 2B in a westerly direction and then ascend on trail 29 to the Mittagsscharte. Descend from the other side to the Munkelweg 35, then to the Gschnagenhardt-Alm and from there via trail 34 back to St. Johann in Ranui.


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