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weg b bei labers meran apfelbluete

Spring walk in the area of Labers

A round trip in the Meran vineyards and fruit orchards – enjoy the Burgraviato in all its beauty.

Our starting point of this comfortable spring walk is the junction of the St. Valentin Road and the land road no. 8 to Scena. On the western side of the road a farm track turns off, which proceeds uphill through the vineyards. The path reaches the Labers Road and we proceed towards Labers Castle.

Immediately behind the castle the path no. 2B starts, which proceeds along the edge of the forest to the hermitage in the Val di Nova valley. After our visit to the little chapel we walk back a bit and take the upper path after the bridge (marker “Hafling/Avelengo”). The promenade first leads through the broadleaf forest and reaches blooming apple orchards. We follow the asphalted road towards Merano until we reach again the farm track which we walked along at the beginning of our tour.

Here we walk downhill through the vineyard towards the S. Valentino Church which is located amidst the small valley, surrounded by fruit trees. Like this our circular spring walk through the area of Labers near Merano ends.

Author: AT

Starting point: St. Valentin Road, Merano Maia Alta
Route: farm track – Labers Castle – Val di Nova (hermitage) – Labers Road - St. Valentino Church
Distance: approx. 5 km in total
Walking time: about 2 hours
Altitude difference: approx. 280 m
Altitude level: between 370 and 630 m asl.
Experienced in: April 2014
Notice: Iideal tour in spring and autumn, not recommended on hot summer days.

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