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Die Schneeschuhwanderung unter dem Kornigl führt durch lichte Fichten- und Lärchenwälder.
Photo: Martin Bertagnolli - Orso Grigio
Distance 8.6 km
Highest point1,929 m
Lowest point1,685 m
Around the Hochmahdjoch Depending on the snow conditions, these hikes between the alpine pastures of the Hofmahdjoch can be undertaken with snowshoes or simply mountain boots.
Even if the winter weather conditions rule out ski tours and snowshoe hikes at higher altitudes, this tour can still be undertaken, of course with due caution. From the car park at the tunnel under the Hofmahdjoch, the trail leads briefly eastwards and then follows summer hiking trail no. 28 southwards to the Laureiner Alm. Once there, trail 114 heads straight north until you reach the Hofmahdjoch, an ancient crossing between the Ulten and Non valleys. The trail leads through spruce and larch woods, some of the larches at the Hofmahdjoch are over half a millennium old. From the Joch, turn southwest and finally south to reach the Clazner Alm on trails 133 and 7. From the alpine pasture back to the starting point it is then only a short kilometre on a good forest path.
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