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The starting point for the hiking circuit is the Walser village of Furna, which is accessed via a mountain road from Pragg-Jenaz. The trail takes us across lush meadows upwards past scattered farmsteads until we reach a track beyond Scäri, which we follow off to the left. Shortly thereafter, it opens up views of the hilly, grassy high-plateau with the Berghaus Scära mountain hut. From here the mountain trail continues on upwards, rising gently as it traverses the slopes, circling the Wannenspitz and Fadeuer,and opening up the view into the valley running parallel, with its alpine meadows.
Before we cross the ridge after the Stelli hut and return to the Furna side in the direction of Alp Sattel, it is well worth the short climb to the summit of the Fadeuer, a vantage point with spectacular panoramic views. The final section of the trail takes us across pastures, at times without a path, then on an ordinary track, winding its way in hairpin bends from the Alp Sattel down through the forest to Hinterberg and across the road back to Furna.
The starting point of the circular hike is the Walser village of Furna, which is accessible via a mountain road from Pragg-Jenaz. On lush pastures, the hike leads uphill past scattered farmsteads until you follow a driveway to the left after Scäri, which after a short time opens up the view of a hilly, grassy plateau with the mountain house Scära. From here, the mountain path leads traversing gently uphill, circumnavigating Wannenspitz and Fadeuer
and opens up the view of the parallel valley with its Alps. Before you cross the ridge again to the Furna side towards Alp Sattel after the Stellihütte, the short summit ascent to the Fadeuer, a viewpoint with a magnificent mountain view, is worthwhile. Over pastureland, partly pathless, partly on a road, the last part of the path after the Alp Sattel leads in hairpin bends through the forest down to Hinterberg and over the road back to Furna.
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