The power of water plays a big role in the Passeiertal. It is particularly impressive between Moos and St. Leonhard. Starting from the sports facilities in St. Leonhard, the trail follows marker no. 1 of the Passer. After about a kilometer, a bridge leads to the southern side of the valley. Here begins the newly created Schluchtenweg. An elaborate construction of metal bridges and stairs overcomes the difficult places in the gorge, which goes up to moss for about 5 km.
About 340 vertical meters are to be overcome to the finish. But you get special impressions of the forces of nature and also a look at the Stuller waterfalls, always alternating with more leisurely passages through the forest on the valley slope.
This gorge is a very special experience. Only to be recommended :-).
April 26, 2017
Very nice hiking trail my personal tip who does not want to scramble uphill all the time. Start the tour in Moos.Auto park on free parking at the school. Enjoy the tour downhill and in St. Leonhard by bus back to Moos back. Drives every hour .Have fun...
October 17, 2018
The Passerschlucht is a very special highlight.
The steel stairs and paths anchored to the rock allow views that would otherwise not be possible
would be possible.
The masses of water gush past small and huge rocks.
You should definitely enjoy this experience.
Tip: It is better to carry smaller dogs because of the open bars.
July 18, 2021
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