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Maiern in Ridnaun
Photo: Ines Visintainer
Distance 12.3 km
Highest point2,666 m
Lowest point1,390 m
Through the Lazzach Valley From Maiern in the Ridnaun Valley to St. Martin am Schneeberg.
Past the Südtiroler Bergbaumuseum (South Tyrolean Mining Museum), we hike initially on an asphalted road uphill towards the Stadelalm, follow trail no. 28 along the Lazzacher Bach stream and finally reach the Moarerbergalm. Here you can take a rest before tackling the last 500 metres of ascent.
Keep to the right in the valley from the Moarerbergalm and follow trail no. 28, pass an idyllic mountain lake and climb the last few metres of altitude over numerous serpentines until you finally reach our highest point, the Schneebergscharte at just under 2700 m. A wonderful circular route leads to the Schneebergscharte. A wonderful panoramic view rewards the long ascent. The Schneeberg refuge, which we will reach in an hour, is clearly visible in front of us. The shelter is not an alpine hut in the traditional sense, but a stately inn. The Schutzhütte is situated at 2355 m in a historically significant setting next to the little miners' church of Maria Schnee. With its wood-panelled rooms
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