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Aschbach - Naturnse Alm
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Aschbach - Naturnser Alm
Aschbach
39022 Algund (Italy)
Tel.: +39 0473 448600
E-Mail: info@algund.com
Homepage: http://www.algund.info
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Difficulty medium
Route length 6,258 km
Duration 2 h 25 m
Ascent 658 m
Descent 81 m
Altitude difference 561 m
Altitude 1949 m 1347 m
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Aschbach, a fraction of Algund, is a small mountain village at 1,360 meters. It is located southwest of Algund and can be reached by cable car in only 7 minutes. In a circular hike you will discover the Naturnser Alm (mountain hut) and its surroundings at 2.000 m, located below the Mount Guardia Alta at the eastern foothills of the Ortles-Cevedale Group.

The starting point of the hike is the small mountain village of Aschbach (1,340 m). From the mountain station of the cable car Aschbach you hike along the path 28 up to the panoramic mountain Vigiljoch. Now follow the path 30, which leads to the Naturnser Alm, our destination for the day. After an extensive rest on the alp we start our way back. From the Naturnser Alm, you can either follow the path 27/28 northeastwards down to Aschbach or you can decide to return to the Vigiljoch via path 30 or 9.

From Meran:
the street "Vinschgauer Staatsstraße" in the direction Naturns.
Next to the place Töll and shortly before Rabland,
turn left and follow signs to Aschbach/cable car.
The cable car is directy next to the Vinschgau train railway station of Rabland.

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