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The Birmehl trail

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  • The chestnut tree is the characteristic tree of this forest and is found throughout the medium-altitude mountains of the Eisack.
    The chestnut tree is the characteristic tree of this forest and is found throughout the medium-altitude mountains of the Eisack.
    Photo: BZG Eisacktal
m 950 900 850 800 750 3,0 2,5 2,0 1,5 1,0 0,5 km
easy
Distance 3.4 km
1:11 h
188 m
188 m
Dry
The trail starts at the village square in Verdings and leads to the hamlet of Pardell and from there to the Moar zu Viersch Farmstead.

The »Birmehl« Trail starts at the village square in Verdings and leads over the dry meadow on the south side of Church Hill down to the hamlet of Pardell and from there up to the beautifully situated Moar zu Viersch farmstead. It returns to the starting-point via an old cobblestone path. Verdings, a settlement belonging to the community of Klausen, is located on the sunny side of the Eisack Valley and has a populace of approx. 500. St. Valentine is the patron saint of the Hill Church. The first documented mention of the church was in the year 1202. It originally had a basic Romanic appearance (the tower), but was given Gothic characteristics during the second half of the 14th century (see the cross-ribbed vault). 

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