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Wasserbühel Circuit trail

Theme trail · Eisacktal / South Tyrol
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    Photo: Tourismusverein Lajen, Lajen
  • Wasserbühel Circuit trail
    / Wasserbühel Circuit trail
    Photo: Tourismusverein Lajen, Lajen
Map / Wasserbühel Circuit trail
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easy
1.4 km
0:20 h
50 m
50 m

The Wasserbühel Rundweg circuit trail in the wonderfully located village of Laion at the entrance to Val Gardena valley is a short walk to archeological findings at the ancient settelments at the Wasserbühel hill. Wasserbühel lies to the north-west of the village and is the perfect place to relax and enjoy its magnificent views.

Difficulty
easy
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Highest point
1100 m
Lowest point
1050 m
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The Wasserbühel Rundweg circuit trail in the wonderfully located village of Laion at the entrance to Val Gardena valley is a short walk to archeological findings at the ancient settelments at the Wasserbühel hill. Wasserbühel lies to the north-west of the village and is the perfect place to relax and enjoy its magnificent views.

In Laion (1,093m) the Wasserbühel Rundweg circuit trail is a leisurel walk (signposted) that takes you to an archeological findspot on the north side of the Wasserbühel to Kofler Moos biotope. The following field path going southward is marked as trail no. 35. In the northerly direction it leads back to the village of Laion.
 

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Difficulty
easy
Distance
1.4 km
Duration
0:20 h
Ascent
50 m
Descent
50 m
Family friendly

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