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  • Schneeschuhwanderweg zur Vöraner Alm und zum Vöraner Joch am Tschögglberg
    Schneeschuhwanderweg zur Vöraner Alm und zum Vöraner Joch am Tschögglberg
    Photo: Edith Runer
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moderate
Distance 16 km
6:00 h
637 m
634 m
1,943 m
1,340 m
On alpine pastures and holes
Snow shoe tour to the Auener Jöchl on the Tschögglberg above Vöran.

At the car park at the "Grüner Baum" inn, the snowshoes usually still have to remain on the rucksack. Follow the narrow road almost to the Leadner Alm. If the snow conditions are good, you can follow the tracks along the parallel footpath. Shortly before the "Leadner Alm" inn at the large information board, turn left off the road into the forest. From here at the latest, it's time to buckle up: Fasten your seatbelts. After a short steep section, after which you come back to the road, the trail continues relatively level on the "Vöraner Joch" forest road until you reach a crossroads where the "Vöraner Alm" forest trail (no. 11) branches off to the right. Although you could just as well stay on the forest road, it is recommended to follow the trail through the snow-covered forest. As soon as the trail finally rejoins the forest road, follow it for another 50 metres and then turn right at the signpost "Auener Alm". Once again, the trail runs through the middle of the forest and joins a


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