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Through the Tschamintal/Ciamin Valley to Rechter Leger

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  • Eisformationen am Wegrand der Schneeschuhwanderung im Schlerngebiet.
    Eisformationen am Wegrand der Schneeschuhwanderung im Schlerngebiet.
    Photo: Hannes Riegler
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moderate
Distance 12.3 km
4:47 h
598 m
599 m
Highly appreciated water source
The path gets a little bit steeper on the way up to Rechter Leger

You hike directly from the bus stop near Hotel Cyprianerhof in the Tiers/Tires valley to the Traunwiesen meadows and on to a forest road. This road is mostly covered with snow in winter and leads up to the entry of the Tschamintal/Ciamin Valley (1380 m). Here you find a very good and highly appreciated water source, the so-called "Schwarze Lettn" (black mud). Now, the path gets narrower (1449 m) and leads to the first hut, Schaferleger Hut. The path gets a little bit steeper on the way up to Rechter Leger, but you have already reached your target. Here you are on a wide alpine meadow amidst Tschamintal/Ciamin Valley and enjoy a splendid view of the Grasleiten Peaks and Ciamin Peaks. You return on the forest path through the Tschamin/Ciamin forest on the orthographical left side of the Ciamin River. In case of good snow conditions you can also return to the point of departure via Tschaminschwaige.

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