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Hiking trail

From Forst to the Marling mountain road

Hiking trail · Meraner Land
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Algund
  • Marlinger Höhenweg
    / Marlinger Höhenweg
    Photo: Tourismusverein Algund, Algund
Map / From Forst to the Marling mountain road
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moderate
8.7 km
2:53 h
571 m
319 m

The Marling mountain road is an ideal hiking path particularly on warm days, along the North-Eastern slope of the Marling mountain.

Difficulty
moderate
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Highest point
868 m
Lowest point
358 m
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Turn-by-turn directions

The Marling mountain road is an ideal hiking path particularly on warm days, along the North-Eastern slope of the Marling mountain.
It can be reached via the picturesque Forster Steg, along the right hand side of the Brauhausstrasse and passing the electricity plant. Then ascend to the Rastbichlerhof.
From there, take the road on the top of the meadow and turn left in the direction of the Josefsberg (previously a hermitage).
The Marling mountain road leads you towards the Buchlechnerhof and to the Senn am Egg snack station. The continuation of the Marling mountain road brings you past the Holzmair and Robelehof and in a steep descent down to the Marling irrigation channel road.
Walk along this road back to Algund.

Note


all notes on protected areas

Getting there

Via the Adige Valley, take the MeBo expressway to the Algund exit.
Coming from Vinschgau, Algund is just before Merano.

Arrival by train, car, foot or bike


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Difficulty
moderate
Distance
8.7 km
Duration
2:53h
Ascent
571 m
Descent
319 m

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