The seventh stage of 360° Alta Val Venosta starts in Glorenza/Glurns, the smallest town in the alpine region and leads to the westernmost village in South Tyrol on the border to Switzerland.
Leaving Glorenza/Glurns, the smallest town in the Alps, the seventh stage of the circular hiking trail 360° Alta Val Venosta runs along a serpentine trail to the Mitterwaal irrigation channel path (without wather), ascent about 10 minutes. A wooden xylophone reminds with its soft tones of the onetime burbling of water of the irrigation channel. After then, the route continues on a path lined with ancient spruces and on to Tubre in Val Monastero/Taufers im Münstertal, a Romanesque clustered village. The 8-churches hiking trail is highly recommended, as well as an excursion across the border to the Rhaeto-Romanic Switzerland with the UNESCO World Heritage Site Convent of St. John. You can find refreshments points in Tubre in Val Monastero. The individual starting and ending points of all nine stages can be easily reached by public transport.