IRRIGATION CHANNEL WALKWAYS.
The irrigation channel walkways are historical trails alongside small irrigation ditches. Characterised by gentle inclines, they are suitable for year-round walking. The trails pass through vineyards, orchards and woods and do not require any strenuous effort required. They are also great for kids.
Schnals trail / Tschad trail ■
Staben trail ■
Latschend trail ■
Partschins trail ■
Algund trail ■
Marling trail ■
Providing beautiful views, the Etsch promenade, the Jesus-Besinnungs Contemplation of Jesus Meditation trail, the Sonnenberg Panorama trail and the Wallburg trail are wonderful walking routes on gentle slopes and on the valley floor.
FOR EXPERT HIKERS.
Alpine hikes on the Naturns Norderberg: High walks from one Alpine pasture to the next. Farm walk on the Naturns
Past numerous old mountain farms which provide refreshments.
Meran High-Altitude Trail:
Take the loop trail of approx. 100 km around the Texel Group at around 1,400m, with many elevation changes of around 100m. Single stages are possible.
Live nature at first-hand in the Pfossen Valley in the heart of the Texel Group Natural Park.
HIGH ALPINE HIKERS.
The High-Alpine Lake District of the Spronser Lakes
High-Alpine walks and glacier tours in the Ortler Group.
Tour of the summits of the three-thousanders in the Texel Group Natural Park.
In the footsteps of the ice man:
Schnals Valley – Vinschgau – Passeier Valley – Ötz Valley.
The sensational discovery of Ötzi the Ice Man, who appeared from the snowy glacier after over 5,000 years in the Tisenjoch at 3,210 m, has kindled the search for erstwhile human activity in high-altitude regions. The archaeological walking trails invite you closer to the mountains, to think less of consumerism and to try to gain a better understanding of the settlement-story of the Alps. There are seventeen archaeological trails in total, numbered consecutively. Along the ancient trail beaten out by hunters and by deer, important archaeological finds dating back to prehistoric times have been discovered.