To the yokes Grauner and Fenner Joch
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View of Tramin and KastellazPhoto: Athesia Verlagsanstalt
This tour has one of the most spectacular trail-downhills.
You start in the centre of the village Tramin. You start north to Söll, turn left to the Klammerhof and the Psennerhof. You follow the asphalted road and turn left onto the forest path FZ which you follow until you reach Graun. Having reached Graun you follow the asphalted road and near the “Locherer” you turn right onto path n. 6A. You get by a parking area and follow the forest’s road. Surmounting many hairpin curves you will reach the yoke Grauner Joch. Turn left onto the path n. 500 and you follow this path south until you reach the junction with the path n. 526 below the Breitkofel to the alp Malga Rodeza. From this point you follow the paths n. 500 and 503 to the yoke Fenner Joch. This is the start of the spectacular downhill to Fennberg with nearly 1000 m of change in altitude (path n. 3). Via this path you will come to the asphalted main road where you turn left. Passing the restaurant Boarnwald you will come to Fennhals. Keep right and follow the path n. 2-4 that turns into n.
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