The culture and nature trail with information boards about the history, the flora, the animals, the geology of the Ortler Alps and fruit and wine growing.
Culture and nature trail with information boards about the local history, flora, fauna, geology and fruit and grape growing. A historic trail that joins the mountain and the valley.
The Aichbergweg trail runs along historic tracks and access routes a little above Lana. Information about the history of this ancient cultural landscape, as well as fruit and grape growing is provided on boards along the route.
From Lana the well-signposted route leads below the Vigiljoch Cable Car firstly along Villener Weg, then Raffeinweg up the mountain to Aichbergweg, where it leads in a southerly direction. Continuing to climb, Aichbergweg leads for almost 2 km high above Ultnerstrasse road through the forest and vineyards. Then turning left downhill, cross over Ultnerstrasse and on a track down to Braunsbergweg. Aichnerbergweg now leads past Braunsberg Castle back to Lana.
The Aichbergweg leads along historic paths and access roads a little over Lana. Information boards tell about the history of this old cultural landscape, of course also about fruit-growing and viticulture.
From Lana, the well-signposted path below the Vigiljoch cable car leads first up the Villener Weg, then the Raffeinweg up the mountain to the Aichbergweg, where the path turns south. Continuing uphill, the Aichbergweg leads for almost 2 km high above the Ultnerstrasse through woods and vineyards. Then down to the left, cross the Ultnerstraße and descend on a steep path into the Braunsbergweg. The Aichnerbergweg now leads past Braunsberg Castle back to Lana.
Munich - Rosenheim - Kufstein (A 12 Inntalautobahn, toll) - Innsbruck (A 13 Brennerautobahn, toll) - Brenner (A 22 Brennerautobahn, toll) - Bolzano exit Bolzano South - Lana (MEBO expressway) or: Ulm - Kempten - Füssen - Fernpass - Imst - Landeck - Reschenpass (state road 40 + 38) - Merano - Lana
Lana Parking Länd
About Munich - Innsbruck - Brenner - Bolzano - Lana/Burgstall
trekking shoes; possibly walking sticks