|Route length||15,846 km|
|Duration||4 h 56 m|
|Altitude difference||142 m|
|Altitude||1818 m 1082 m|
Hike on the roman path „Römerweg“
High-altitude hike from Monguelfo to Dobbiaco
Starting point: Monguelfo tourist office (1087m)
Length of the tour: 16 km
Descent: via the ascent route or return by public transport
Duration: 04:50 h
Difference in altitude: 800 m
Information: we recommend, however, to only do a part of the route
From Monguelfo (1087m), find your way between the houses up to the northeastern periphery. Continue to the fork, turn right and follow the markings no. 41. At first, walk on the narrow path across fields and forest to the farms Kammerlechn, Gradler, and Karmann (1406m); then, continue on the “Römerweg” (still on route no. 41) over the wooded ridge in a partly ascending, partly descending walk in eastward direction. After a hike of about tree hours you reach a fork at roughly 1700m altitude. The actual “Römerweg”, however, continues eastwards and ends after an easy descent at the hamlet Radsberg, located to the northwest of Dobbiaco (1591m; from Monguelfo 4 hours; and refresment point). The descent continues from Radsberg, following the markings no. 22 through grassy slopes and a forest belt down to the northwestern periphery of Dobbiaco and into the centre of the village (1241m; from Radsberg 45 minutes). From Dobbiaco you can take the bus or train for the return journey.
Arrival by public transport
From Val Casies Valley:
Info: The Guestpass Holidaypass entitles the holder to the unlimited use of all public transportation (including regional rail travel) in all of South Tyrol-Südtirol throughout the entire year. You will receive the travel pass free of charge from your accommodations if they are a member of the Tourist Board Val Casies-Monguelfo-Tesido.