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Tschengls Valley

Path no. 1 - 2

General description

Hike in the Stelvio national park with panoramic view of the opposite arid Monte Sole mountain.

Route description

Start at the parish church in Tschengls and follow the "Untere Tschenglser Alm" signposting. The forset road takes you through the forest to a clearing with the Untere Tschenglser Alm Alpine Pasture (not managed) situated in the middle of alpine meadows in the Stelvio National Park and with panoramic views of Venosta Valley's Monte Sole mountain.

Return to Tschengls on path no. 2 through the Tschengls Valley until Kohlstattl and with view of the ruins of Tschengls Castle.

description to arrive at destination

From Reschen or Meran to Tschengls.


The car can be parked at the parish church parking place.

Public transport

By the Venosta train to Eyrs and on foot to Tschengls (ca. 15 minutes).
Mor information on the timetables, see

Duration 3:19 h
Length 10.089 km
Difficulty medium
Altitude uphill 642 hm
Altitude downhill 642 hm
Altitude 1579 m
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