Growing in the Karerwald forest, the hazel tree is used especially for the production of string instruments. For this reason, the wood has also been called ‘tonewood’. You start from the Karerwald forest to walk to the popular boulder labyrinth which acquired its name from the house-sized boulders that fell during a massive landslide from the Latemar mountain long ago. The route leads from the Karer Pass (bus stop, 1,752 m) to the Mitterleger area (1,840 m) on trail no. 21. Follow the Labyrinthsteig trail no. 20 via the Geplänk-Lacke lake, then continue on trail no. 18 (1,750 m) back to the Karer Pass on trail no. 21.
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Die Route führt vom Karer Pass (Bushaltestelle, 1.752 m) über den Weg Nr. 21 zum Mitterleger (1.840 m). Auf dem Labyrinthsteig, Weg Nr. 20 über die Geplänk-Lacke, anschließend weiter auf Weg Nr. 18 (1.750 m) und zurück zum Karer Pass auf dem Weg Nr. 21.
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Take highway´s exit “Bolzano Nord/Eggental”, turn right direction Bolzano/Bozen, after about 0,5 km on roundabout keep left and head towards Val d’Ega (SS 241). Keep driving up to Ponte Nova. At Ponte Nova’s crossroads, turn to the left and continue to Costalunga Pass (about 30 min. from highway toll booth).
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