The Merano/Meran high altitude trail – South Tyrol at its very best
An impressive hike over several days for ambitious hikers
The Merano/Meran high altitude trail extends around the Texel Group in the nature park of the same name and is one of the most stunning circular trails in the whole of South Tyrol. At an almost consistent altitude of 1,400 m, 6 daily stages in total await you, which can be tackled on their own or as part of a multi-day tour with overnight accommodation at mountain inns.
The Merano/Meran high altitude trail includes 100 kilometres in total of partly historical hiking routes, which are signposted with trail number 24. The Merano/Meran high altitude trail also leads to higher regions in two places: in the southern section you climb up to 1,839 m at the Hochganghaus and in the northern section you reach the hike’s highest point at the Eisjöchl at 2,895 m. The easy to reach access points to the Merano/Meran high altitude trail are spread over Val Senales/Schnalstal, the Merano/Meran basin and Val Passiria/Passeiertal. Your unbeatable advantage: you start your tour on the Merano/Meran high altitude trail straight away from Hotel Stroblhof!
The six sections of the Merano/Meran high altitude trail are:
- From Alta Muta/Hochmuth to the Hochganghaus
- From the Hochganghaus to the Giggelberg (Val Venosta/Vinschgau’s Monte Sole/Sonnenberg)
- From the Giggelberg to Santa Caterina/Katharinaberg (from Val Venosta/Vinschgau into Val Senales/Schnalstal)
- From Santa Caterina/Katharinaberg to the Rifugio Francesco Petrarca/Stettiner Hütte
- From Rifugio Francesco Petrarca/Stettiner Hütte to Matatz (Val di Plan/Pfelderertal)
- From Matatz to Alta Muta/Hochmuth (Val Passiria/Passeiertal)
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