Hiking tour Schlanderser & Kortscher Alm
Hike to the alpine pastures of Kortsch and Schlanders.
Silandro/Schlanders is the main town in the Venosta Valley and, thanks to its incomparable charm, is very popular with locals and visitors alike. The best way to discover the Venosta Valley from here is by bike or on foot.
Starting point of the tour
Destination point of the tour
Schlanderser and Kortscher Alm
The hike to the Schlanderser and Kortscher Alm starts in Kortsch. The best way to get there is by car from Silandro/Schlanders and park at the left-hand bend in the road leading to the Sonnenberghöfe farms (note: limited parking!). Here, hikers follow the well-marked path no. 4 and stroll through the steep slopes to the former Mühlgütl next to the rushing Schlandrauner stream.
Here the path becomes a little steeper and leads to the former Schupferhof farm and the Schlanderser Alm, the first stage destination of the excursion. After a short break, follow the same route to the end point of the tour, the Kortscher Alm, which is impressively situated in the centre of the west-facing Schlandrauner mountains.
Hiking boots, hiking poles, wind and rain protection, sunglasses
Trains stop at Meran or Mals railway station, bus connection to Kortsch
Brenner motorway A22, exit Bozen Süd, motorway (MEBO) to Meran, Vinschgau state road SS38, direction Kortsch
Car park in Kortsch
Type of path
Length 9.2 km
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