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Distance 26.5 km
Highest point1,885 m
Lowest point582 m
On Schenna's local mountain Whoever spends their holiday in Schenna "has to" go up to the Taser at least once; whether by cable car, on foot, by bike, or more recently by e-bike (these are clearly in the fast lane ...). From the Taser family alpine pasture, a newly laid forest path has been leading almost to the Ifinger hut for a few years now. After a long ascent on the asphalted Schennaberg road, you reach the Familienalm Taser; from there, the forest path leads to the pretty Leitenalm. The Ifinger hut is about 50 metres lower in altitude, in a grassy, sunny clearing. The cosy hut is truly at the foot of the Ifinger, the local mountain of Schenna.
Directly from the (1) car park (600 m) on Verdinserstra;e to (2) Verdins (842 m). At the junction, shortly after the valley station of the Verdins–Tall cable car, follow the signs to Taser on the right. After 600 metres you reach the crossroads at (3) Hasenegg, keep left and continue uphill on the Schennabergstrasse. Pass the snack station (4) Bacherhof (1125 m) and not far from (5) Schnuggerhof (1340 m) you will reach the turn-off that soon leads to (6) Familienalm Taser (1450 m). On the uphill side of the inn, enter the forest road and pass two wooden gates. Turn right at the next fork. At the (7) left-hand bend with the wooden bench, keep left and follow the path to the (8) Leitenalm (1867 m). A short trail takes you to the (9) Ifinger Hütte (1810 m) below. The return route follows the same route until the junction at Hasenegg. At Hasenegg keep to the left, to the (10) valley station of the Taser cable car and continue down to the (11) mini golf course in Schenna, turn right back to
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