The Bschlaber Höhenweg leads from Bschlabs into the Bschlabertal above the Bschlaber state road. The Bschlabertal is a side valley of the Lechtal and in an unspoilt state and spared from mass tourism and the destruction of nature. The high-level trail offers interesting insights into traditional alpine agriculture on the basis of the rustic mountain farms. The high-level trail is particularly famous for its excellent views of the lower Bschlabertal valley. The Bschlaber Höhenweg begins in Bschlabs near the pilgrimage church Maria Schnee. The starting point can be reached by car or by hiking bus (during the summer season). There are also some free parking spaces. Right at the beginning of the high trail you walk through the hamlets of Egg and Zwieseln. The Bschlaber Höhenweg ends at the Plötzigtal at the Bschlaber Landesstraße. For a leisurely hike along the Bschlaber Höhenweg you should plan about one and a half hours. There are some interesting variants for a further hike. It is possible to walk along the national road to Boden in about 30 minutes. (Attention! During the summer often heavy (motorcycle) traffic. Further possibilities are to descend to the Streinbach and walk to Boden or along the path of the senses back to Bschlabs. Both variants take almost one and a half hours.
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