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Lasa/Laas Marble way

This themed trail presents the world around the Lasa marble from the Jenn mountain and the transport over the historical sloping cable railway.

The winding Lasa Marble Trail starts at the station in the valley and from the little church of St. Martin up to the station at Bremsberg. The story of this historic sloping cable railway is described in the signposts, and remains operational to this day.

The hike can be made as a round trip, in combination with the gorge "Gurgl" in the lower Laaser Tal valley. This section of the hike is recommended only to experienced hikers - all others can walk along the Laaser Tal valley path.


Duration 1:30 h
Altitude uphill 650 hm
Length 4 km
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