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Der Kronplatz: im Winter Skigebiet - im Sommer gibt es viele Wandermöglichkeiten.
Photo: Tappeiner AG
Distance 6.6 km
Highest point2,265 m
Lowest point961 m
Well-trained legs are called for. From Reischach up to Kronplatz: that challenges the speedhiker. That much is certain.
Starting from the car park at the cable car, first walk out onto the road, from there in the direction of the south, past the Steakhouse (restaurant) and straight on uphill to the first trail mark (no. 6). The trail is well marked and continues steeply through the forest, partly along a natural road, partly along a path, until it meets a forest road shortly before the middle station. Turn right and continue along the road for 200 m until you reach a hairpin bend. The AVS trail branches off to the left here and leads up through the forest. The well signposted and marked trail crosses the piste at the Seewiese (small lake). Continue straight ahead through the sparse forest until you reach the forest road. Cross this and climb up through the sparse forest on the opposite side. The path continues upwards in a left-hand curve through the forest until it reaches the open countryside. Continue along the well-signposted and well-maintained path uphill, then past the old mountain station and
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