The Passer (Italian Passirio) is a river in South Tyrol (Italy). It is formed by the confluence of several source streams on the Timmelsjoch and is 42.6 km in length one of the largest tributaries on the upper course of the Adige, in which it flows into Merano and drained into the Adriatic Sea. The Passer flows through Passeier; their most important tributaries are the Pfelderer Bach, the Waltenbach and the Kalmbach.
The Passer is a popular destination for tourist activities such as canoeing and rafting, as well as the canyon between St. Leonhard and Moos since June 2015 can be walked on a newly opened trail
September 24, 2017
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