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Theme trail

Via Vinum Venostis

Theme trail · Vinschgau
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  • Via Vinum Venostis
    / Via Vinum Venostis
    Photo: Florian Andergassen, Kastelbell Tschars

moderate
8.8 km
2:41 h
398 m
280 m

On the Val Venosta wine route hikers can enjoy an insightful and pleasurable tour throughout the year. For long distances the wine route follows the rogge, which were originally built as artificial irrigation channels. At times, it runs past farms or crosses private property and vineyards. The people who live and work here are happy to offer passers-by a glimpse into their wayof life and work. Hikers and lovers of nature asked to respect the property and traditions of this region and to approach nature with care. Along the way notice boards provide information on the landscape, the wine, the restaurants and other food outlets, and the local wineries.
The 2.5 hour long hike can also be undertaken in sections and in both directions.

Difficulty
moderate
Technique
Stamina
Experience
Landscape
Highest point
749 m
Lowest point
650 m
Best time of year
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Turn-by-turn directions

Trail number 3 between Laces and Castelbello, throught the village of Castelbello to Colsano further to Ciardes until Juval.

Note


all notes on protected areas

Getting there

By car or by train to Laces

Coordinates

DD
46.625888, 10.883994
DMS
46°37'33.2"N 10°53'02.4"E
UTM
32T 644227 5165315
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Arrival by train, car, foot or bike


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Difficulty
moderate
Distance
8.8 km
Duration
2:41h
Ascent
398 m
Descent
280 m
Family friendly

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