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Peter-Anich-Weg trail – Innsbruck Region
Peter-Anich-Weg trail
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easy
Difficulty
Difficulty
easy
Altitude up
565 METER
Altitude down
748 METER
Max altitude
969 METER
Max. route length
21 KM
Walking time uphill
7H
Starting point
Oberperfuss
Endpoint
Pfaffenhofen
Best season
June
July
August
September
October
Road quality
asphalt, forest road, forest trail,
 
Family trip
 
Information/food
 
Tyrolean hike medal
GPX DownloadRoute to start

Start at the tourist information office in Oberperfuss and take the Peter-Anich-Weg trail towards Ranggen. When you get to the edge of the village of Ranggen, turn left and follow the path via the Ried district to Inzingberg. From there continue via the districts of Eben, Hof, Hattingberg, Pollingberg and Flaurlingberg and then past the hamlets of Bärfall, Mooslehen to Rahm. From there, follow the route down to Flaurling. Finally, walk along the edge of the forest to Oberhofen and on to the Höll district in Pfaffenhofen. Difficulty: easy

This hike leads along a mountain plateau, past old farmhouses and beautiful scenery. The route can be cut short at any point by heading back down to the Inn Valley and taking public transport back to the starting point. A very rewarding family hike! Tips and things to see along the way: the Oberperfuss Parish Church with its sundial by Peter Anich, the Peter Anich Museum, Ranggen Parish Church and the most beautiful sacristy in Tyrol, the Ris Castle estate in Flaurling and much more.



Arrival, public transport


Bus Oberperfuss bus no. 4165, train from Telfs to Pfaffenhofen

In the surrounding area



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Elevation profile

Forecast

A cold front is extending to our region from the North. It will not arrive here before the night, however in the hours before the arrival, the first thunderstorms may form, as is often the case with cold fronts. The first thunderstorms will break out in the morning being followed by further thunderstorms during the afternoon.

Tendency

From Sunday we will see an improvement in the weather: The weather over the next few days will be influenced by high pressure and a warm southerly air flow accompanied by foehn winds.

afternoon
17°C/63°F

Tomorrow

Sunday
23°C/73°F
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