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Hiking routes See

In See, the experience in and with nature comes first - when hiking to an alpine pasture or simply to the most beautiful view.

The cosy Versing Alm blends into the Paznaun mountain landscape perfectly and is a popular excursion for visitors of all ages. A comfortable walk from the Medrigalm mountain station leads up to the Versing Alm at 1,900 m in approx. 45 minutes. The broad trail is relatively flat and is therefore the ideal tour for pushchairs. Once at the top, you can enjoy home-made specialities such as the delicious Paznaun Alpine cheese or a glass of fresh milk. The petting zoo and play area are particularly popular with children. 

Start | destination Medrigalm mountain station
Walking time ca. 1,5 h
km 5 km

This walk starts out from the village and leads past the church towards the district of ‘Schaller’. The asphalt trail is suitable for pushchairs and takes approx. 30 minutes to reach the eastern hamlet of ‘Frödenegg’ where you can enjoy unique views of the Lechtal Alps. The route back to See follows the same trail. 

Start | destination See tourist office
Walking time ca. 1 h
km 4 km

This is less of a walk and more of a well-being day in the mountains. The cable car transports you up to the Medrigalm in comfort where you can visit an Alpine well-being park with 2 hydrotherapy areas and enjoy a foot massage trail, colour therapy and much more. You can spend the day here or else relax after a walk. 

Start | destination Medrigalm mountain station
Walking time ca. 5 min
km short walks in the park