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Distance 8.5 km
4:00 h
702 m
701 m
Der Ziel Klettersteig befindet sich am Rande des Naturparks Texelgruppe und schlängelt sich oberhalb der Schutzhütte Nasereit in das Zieltal.  

Wunderschöner Klettersteig der sich harmonisch in die Landschaft einfügt.  Von der Bergstation der Texelbahn gelangt man über den Meraner Höhenweg zur Schutzhütte Nasereit. Von dort nach der Brücke links abzweigen und den roten Punkten dem Bach entlang bis zum Einstieg folgen. Hier startet man über Platten und gestuftem Gelände hoch bis zur Seilbrücke (alternativ auch eine Seilrutsche "Flying Fox"). Hat man den Bach überquert gehts links an Wasserfällen vorbei über einige C Passagen hoch bis zum Gigglegg.  Vom Ausstieg gelangt man über den markierten Wanderweg wieder zurück zur Schutzhütte und über den gleichen Weg zurück zur Bergstation.

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Profile picture of Michael Mair Author Michael Mair 
I was lucky to be born and raised in South Tyrol, in the heart of Europe, in the heart of the Alps! The mountains, especially the Dolomites, have fascinated me since I was little and today I spend most of my free time there to pursue my sport, to explore new valleys and mountains. In summer with mountain boots, rope and climbing harness, in winter with skis, ice axes and crampons. My motto in life: "A good mountaineer is an old mountaineer."

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Carl Grech
September 13, 2021 · Community
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