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If you want to enjoy great views and inform yourself about Europe’s highest granaries, then this is the right tour for you. Start at the Trattla sports and leisure center with the culturamartell visitor center and the South Tyrolean Strawberry World. After a short ascent on the road, you continue on path no. 7 across the Plima river to Martello’s valley path (no. 36). Follow the rush of the Plima river passing by strawberry and berry fields and take the main road towards the village of Martello at the playground. Continue uphill to Europe’s highest mountain farms Premstl, Niederhof or Stallwies built on steep, irrigated slopes. Beautiful houses with wonderful wooden shingle roofs accompany you on your way to Stallwies while crossing the partially extremely steep meadows of Martello’s Selva on the road. Just after Premstl at Niederhof, you can enjoy the impressive view of the Cevedale glacier and Martello’s high mountain world. After another three kilometers and a few meters in altitude you reach our destination, the beautifully situated Stallwies inn with its sun terrace and delicious dishes prepared by the junior boss. Tip: Explore the wooden irrigation channel path or the Mountain Farmer Trail from the Stallwies inn. This tour is also rewarding for racers who take the provincial road.


Altitude uphill 806 hm
Altitude downhill 15 hm
Length 11.043 km
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Street Via Principale 38/A
Zip code 39021
Place 39021 Laces
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