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Distance 44.7 km
Highest point2,083 m
Lowest point252 m
A tour for lovers of demanding as well as flowing trails, which offers a breathtaking alpine panorama with comparatively few uphill metres. The 800 metres of ascent from the start to the Kreuzjoch are quite easy, the remaining metres of ascent add up over the course of the tour without becoming noticeable.
From the start at the Burgstall cable car mountain station, the trail follows hiking trail no. 1 to the Grüner Baum inn. Turn left there and follow the asphalted road to the Leadner Alm. There, take a trail (hiking trail no. 11) through a larch forest and back onto the forest road to the Vöraner Alm. Continue along trails no. 2 and no. 5 and E5 to the Kreuzjoch. There the trail leads down to the Auener Jöchl and üvia trail no. 23 up to the Stoanernen Mandlen. Then take the same trail back to Auener Jöchl, where you change to trail E5, then along a forest road and a meadow trail. At km 20,1 turn right onto trail nr.17A and later onto trail nr.15 and trail nr.14 to Mölten. From the upper end of the village, head towards Schlaneid and take the next trail no. 1 to Schol. Continue on trail 1A and from km 31.2 on trail nr.1B to Vilpian. Now take the Etschtal cycle path back to the valley station of the cable car in Burgstall.
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