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The Passer gorge

A dream trail has evolved

Water forms the valley – Along the rock giants and forest sections, the path meanders directly alongside the riverbank, where the Passer river silently runs through wonderful basins and over richly formed blocks and rocks.

An ambitious project provides access to the beauty of nature, which has been exposed and formed by the Passer river. It has been notched into the rock over many years and formed impressive rock formations and swirls. In the course of the environmental compensation measures during the construction of the Enerpass power station, the plan to create a path from St. Leonhard/S. Leonardo to Moos/Moso emerged in 2008. The path is a part of the irrigation channel trails, which are created all around Moos and demonstrate how water and ice have formed the valley. Seats and information points are placed along the path, only a few, so as to not take priority over nature, but to direct focus on its beauty. Many were involved in the implementation to successfully bring to a close something that seemed hopeless in the beginning.



Please also read the report on the Passer gorge in the Blog Outdoor Delights (Outdoor Hochgenuss in German): The Passer gorge – a dream path in the Passeiertal Valley


Rest points are provided in St. Leonhard, Moos and Platt
Tip: Visit to the Bunker Museum in the centre of Moos with the topics of archaeology, contemporary history, Texelgruppe Nature Park, ibexes and Schneeberg.
Trail not suitable for prams and pushchairs
closed 01.12. – 28.02.
S. Leonardo
With the train to Meran and the bus to St. Leonhard. Information on the bus service at
Finding the route for public transport in South Tyrol
Through the Etschtal Valley to Meran in the direction of Passeier Valley to St. Leonhard.

St. Leonhard in Passeier
Moos in Passeier