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Graun - Grauner Alm - Grosshorn

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  • Schöne Schneeschuhwanderung in der Ferienregion Reschenpass
    Schöne Schneeschuhwanderung in der Ferienregion Reschenpass
    Photo: Frieder Blickle fuer Vinschgau Marketing
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Distance 8.6 km
4:10 h
1,114 m
2 m
2,627 m
1,514 m
Dreamlike winter landscape with a magnificent view over the upper Vinschgau Valley

Ascent: From the village of Graun, follow the main road to Langtaufers. At the beginning of the valley at the first bridge, turn right and cross the Karlinbach stream. At Lanapunt follow forest trail no. 10 to the Grauner Alm (closed). In the upper part you should take a shortcut and use the old alpine path. After the alp follow the wide Vivana valley. Stay to the right here as much as possible. Via the outer Böden you reach the inner Böden and via these climb to the right, westwards, and in a left-hand curve to the summit. Wonderful view over the upper Vinschgau Valley. Descent: As ascent or after the Rauchtal valley at 1800m after the crossroads, turn left and follow hiking trail no. 10 to Graun. Attention: steep parts! At the northern end of the Arluj meadows, descend somewhat steeply and narrowly to the main road and back to Graun. Hints: Follow the local avalanche report! Below the west slope on the Habicherkopf, stay far to the right, west. Take an avalanche transceiver and


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