Panüöl trail 465
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The trail for ambitious runners. The biggest challenge of the Panüöl Trail follows at the end: The ascent from Alp Panüol to Maschgelugge. But the magnificent panorama is compensation enough!
Prodalp, Infopoint of the Station Flumserberg
The starting point for this 6.4 km long trail is the info point of the Station Flumserberg at the playground on the Prodalp (1576 m above sea level.M). The first par 100 meters on the Prodriet plateau are ideal to warm up, because they have almost no slope. At Prod (1589) begins the gentle ascent over several kilometers to Alp Panüol (1803). The well-developed alpine road - some of which is even paved - leads through small forest passages, over cow pastures and past the Rotenberg barbecue station. Arriving at Alp Panüöl you will be greeted by numerous garden gnomes and other mythical creatures, which are beautifully landscaped in a garden. From here the run-in is definitely over, because from now on it will be partly really steep. On the less well-developed alpine trail, it is a relatively short distance to overcome over 100 meters of altitude difference to the Maschgalugge (1953). Once at the top, you have reached the highest point of the Panüöl Trail and are rewarded with a magnificent view of the Churfirsten and the Walensee. On the last section of the trail to the Prodkamm mountain station (1939) you can recover from the strains of the steep ascent. Here the trail leads almost exclusively straight along a well-developed hiking trail past interesting rock formations.
Climb the climbing tower «CLiiMBER» or play a round of mini golf. All this on the Prodalp.
Good and comfortable jogging equipment.
Prodalp - Alp Panüöl - Maschschgelugge - Prodkamm
Take the Flums motorway exit and then follow the signs for Flumserberg.
Public parking is available opposite poschti-Lädäli.
Parking is available from 07.00 to 17.00. From 17.00 to 02.00 we are allowed to leave the car for free.
After 02.00 to 07.00 a.m. there is a night parking ban. There are plenty of night parking spaces in the Tannenboden multi-storey car park or in the Tannenheim.
The night car park can be used for a fee, but camping is prohibited.
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