The Partschinser Waal is natural and unspoilt and is considered one of the most beautiful waals in the Merano region. At the eastern end of the Waalweg you can see a prehistoric dwelling stone and a prehistoric cup stone (copper age).
The Partschinser Waalweg is derived from the Zielbach stream and crosses the mountainside above Partschins. Turn right at the hamlet of Salten and walk along the romantic Waalweg to Vertigen, the eastern part of Parcines, where the Waal ends. Through the light tree population, one can enjoy the wonderful view of Meran and its surroundings, the sound of the water has a calming effect. Descent from Vertigen to the centre of Parcines on path 7A (walking time approx. 0. 20 h). Since the Waalweg ends after 2 km, we recommend a circular walk from the Texelbahn valley station. From there, the path climbs slightly to the Winklerhof and continues on path no. 1 along the Zielbach stream to Salten, where the Waalweg begins. From the centre of Parcines, the route leads into Sonnenbergstraße, continues through orchards over the suspension bridge to Winklerhof and down to the nearby Texelbahn. Walking time for the whole Waalrunde: approx. two hours.
description to arrive at destination
Coming from Naturno to Rablà, in the centre of Rablà at the crossroads, turn left towards Texelbahn.
parking spot near the top station of the cable car Texel
Bus 266: Naturno/Unterstell - Rablá/Texel - stop Texel