Merano High Mountain Trail - 6 stages starting from Partschins/Parcines
The Merano High Path, marked as number 24, is divided into two parts, one leading northwards and the other southwards. It is the only such path in the entire Alpine region and can be completed with ease in 4-6 days. It runs around the edge of the Texel Group National Park and circles the Texel group of mountains covering a distance of approximately 100 kilometres at an almost constant altitude of approx. 1,400 metres. The trail also leads to higher altitudes twice. At the southern end the Merano High Mountain Trail climbs to 1,839 metres at Hochganghaus. And the highest point of the hike is at the northern end: the Eisjoechl, at a lofty 2,895 metres. The clearly-marked, well-maintained path passes working Alpine farms, mountain guesthouses and rescue huts and is extremely popular with people of all ages, locals and visitors alike.