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To the Alpine Pastures in the Lasa Valley

Alpine Pastures, marble and glacier views offers this hike in the Lasa Valley

Take the car and go from Lasa/Laas towards Parnetz. Pass by the farms and park at Bremsberg, the mountain station of the marble railway line. Take the path across the shady forest to reach the forest road in the Lasa Valley. The view of the White water marble quarry allows you to get an idea of the treasures hidden in Croda Jenne. Continue on the path until you reach the clearing with the Obere Laaser Alm Alpine Pasture and a fantastic view of Vedretta di Lasa and of the surrounding mountains.

Return to Bremsberg passing by the Untere Laaser Alm Alpine Pasture (not managed) and partially on the Lasa Valley road that offers a fascinating view of the marble quarry where the giant marble blocks are transported to the valley with the help of a cable car and the historic marble railway line.


Duration 4:30 h
Altitude uphill 870 hm
Length 12 km
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