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Seeberg Alm - Totenkirchlein

Snowshoeing · Bolzano and environs
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  • Von Reinswald hinauf zum Seeberg und Totenkirchlein.
    Von Reinswald hinauf zum Seeberg und Totenkirchlein.
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Distance 11 km
5:13 h
868 m
868 m
2,224 m
1,451 m
Sarner Alpen
Gorgeous snow tour to the Seeberg Alm and the Totenkirchlein on Totenrücken.

The tour starts from the village centre to the Seeberg Alm and the Totenkirchlein. First take the access path Mark. 22 towards the south until you meet the circular trail „Zum Toten“ at „Binder“. This leads partly quite steeply up to the Nischebenalm and on the new forest path further to the Gschwendtalm. Here you leave the forest and hike on a gentle incline through open terrain. Soon you reach the junction with Mark. No. 6, where you continue straight on. The crossroads at the Joch is followed by a mountain pine field; immediately behind it, turn sharp left and climb briefly up to the Seeberg lakes. If you want to shorten the route a little, cross the valley to the east to the Moar pasture in Ums and take the forest path up to the Prackfiederer Jöchl. However, the short climb to the Seeberg pasture and the saddle with the beautifully situated Totenkirchlein is much more rewarding. Wonderful panoramic view! Walk over the flat ridge in a north-easterly direction (Mark. 16) to the


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