The view looks out on the the Hirzer and Inger peaks of the Sarntal Alps, the fertile valley, the wooded slopes and the Nörderberg Mountain with the Vigiljoch plateau, the mountains of the Ultental Valley and the Vinschgau Valley, with the snow-capped 3,000 m
peaks of the Ortler Mountain. The best times of the year for hiking along the slopes of the Sonnenberg is in spring and autumn.
Take bus 266 from Naturno/Naturns and Plaus to the Texelbahn Cable Car valley station in Parcines/Partschins. From there, follow Trail no. 1 and head up to the Gasthof Winkler Inn, where the Sonnenberg Panoramic Trail. Follow Trail No. 91, along the slopes of the Sonnenberg
Mountain past some farmsteads, the newly-restored Runster Mill and the Weinberghof rest stop to the centre of Naturno. The route is mostly flat, with some rises and dips, at times facilitated by
steps and railings in the more exposed sections. On the way to Naturno, take a detour to the world-famous Church of St. Prokulus and the next-door St. Prokulus Museum. The nearby Texelgruppe Nature Park House should also be of considerable interest, especially for
families with children. Alternatively, start your hike in Naturno and follow the Sonnenberg Panoramic Trail in the opposite direction. Return by bus 266 to Plaus and Naturno.
description to arrive at destination
Take bus 266 from Naturno/Naturns and Plaus to the Texelbahn Cable
Car valley station in Parcines/Partschins.
Parking spot near the top station of the cable car Texel
Bus 251 - Naturno/Merano - Busstop Rablà
Bus 266 - Naturno Unterstell /Parcines cablecar Texel - Busstop cablecar Texel