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Experience Trail "Schalderer Bach Natural Monument

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  • Schalderer Bach
    Schalderer Bach
    Photo: Athesia Verlagsanstalt
m 800 700 600 4,0 3,5 3,0 2,5 2,0 1,5 1,0 0,5 km
Distance 4.3 km
1:32 h
218 m
218 m
864 m
646 m
Look, feel, listen
Experience a natural monument with all your senses

Already at the starting point, a large information board with interesting pictures of the Schalderer Bach stream draws attention to the beginning of the trail. From the car park, you first walk up to the Vahrner Kirchweg, from where you walk along a path to the Kneipp facility. The path leads past an ancient sweet chestnut tree and then approaches the Schalderer Bach stream. Now the adventure trail more or less follows the course of the stream, with the entire hike marked by signposts depicting a dipper. From the last station of the theme trail, the hike leads via Salern and the Bartgaishof (herb farm) back to the starting point. Along the path we come across the oldest Kneipp facility in South Tyrol, the tamed water power is illustrated on a mill wheel, while stones from the Schalderer Bach stream invite us to feel and grasp them. On a small island in the stream, the hiker finds a book of legends, and carved root heads take the observer into the world of fantasy. An ear trumpet makes


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