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09 - To the birthplace of the Haflinger at Tschöggelberg

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  • Mittellange Tour von Terlan zum Tschögglberg.
    Mittellange Tour von Terlan zum Tschögglberg.
    Photo: Tappeiner AG
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Distance 58.6 km
3:59 h
1,372 m
1,372 m
1,320 m
247 m
With a view of the Merano Basin.
This medium-length tour to the Tschögglberg offers wide views into and over the Merano Basin. The ascent, which begins slowly in Sinich, continues without a break to the plateau of Hafling. There we pass the farm where the breeding of the small Haflinger mountain horses began.

From Terlan take the SS38 in the direction of Merano/Schenna. Attention: In Burgstall turn right/straight ➊. Alternatively, take the signposted Etschdamm cycle path to Sinich. From Sinich always straight on towards the Gardens of Trauttmansdorff. At the turnoff to Schenna ➋ follow the road to the right uphill towards Hafling past the Merano 2000 cable car. Then follow the main road (SP 98) past the actual centres of Hafling, Varna ➌ and Morten. From Verschneid ➍ only descent back.


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