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The permanent IVV hiking trail 10 km

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  • Der IVV-Wanderweg führt von Tramin nach Kurtatsch und zurück.
    Der IVV-Wanderweg führt von Tramin nach Kurtatsch und zurück.
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m 400 300 200 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 km
Distance 7.6 km
2:20 h
217 m
217 m
489 m
272 m
Hikers welcome
On the IVV hiking trail, the hiker comes through vineyards and forest paths in the area between Tramin and Kurtatsch in the Unterland.

The IVV hiking trail starts at the tourist office in Tramin. First up the Schneckenthalstrasse and past the old people's home "St. Anna" to the Kastelaz hiking trail (WK). Follow this trail to Kurtatsch and the checkpoint at the signposts near the fountain. The trail continues along path no. 8 to Tramin and back to the starting point.


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