Hiking tour Lindenweg
Hike along the Lindenweg from Mühlbach to Meransen.
First mentioned in 1774, the Lindenweg from Mühlbach to Meransen is probably one of the oldest and most impressive cobbled paths in South Tyrol and at the same time one of the few that was already used in Attila's time.
Starting point of the tour
Village centre of Mühlbach
Destination point of the tour
The Lindenweg, which is quite steep throughout, is marked 12 and starts in the centre of Mühlbach. Head northwards to the upper end of the village until you reach a narrow road and a last farm. Wooden steps take you to the start of the actual trail, which now leads to Meransner Straße in sparse woodland and on an unpaved path.
After crossing the road, the path is initially flat for a short while, but soon becomes steeper and steeper and is now lined with large granite paving stones. Hikers reach Meransen via a final stretch of meadow. The best way back is by cable car.
Hiking boots, hiking poles, wind and rain protection, sunglasses
Trains stop at Mühlbach railway station
Brenner motorway A22, exit Brixen/Pustertal, direction Pustertal/Mühlbach
Car park in Mühlbach
Type of trail
Length 3.9 km
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