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Meransen liegt oberhalb von Mühlbach am Eingang ins Pustertal
Photo: TV Gitschberg-Jochtal
Distance 3.9 km
Highest point1,394 m
Lowest point765 m
Speedhiking tour for everyone The climb up to Meransen is short, easy and not very steep.
From the car park at the valley station of the cable car, walk briefly uphill to the fire station, turn left there, reach the school and continue straight on until the path turns into a narrow, steep asphalt road. There you will also find the first signposts (Meransen). Turn right and climb up the path with the marking number 12, cross a road and continue along the Kreuzweg (signs, markings) to the next road. Go left along the road for approx. 20 m, then turn sharp right and continue along a narrow access path to the next fork in the road (house, signs). Continue uphill to the left along path no. 12; the path soon leads through the forest (bad markings) up to the main road, which you follow briefly uphill and cross. Continue uphill along the Kreuzweg (no. 12) until it meets the road to Meransen. Follow the road uphill for 300 m, then turn off again onto trail no. 12 (attention: fork in the road, signposting!). Do not turn left here but continue straight ahead through the forest). A
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