By the way, the Sopranes lowland plain with its ten lakes is one of the biggest high alpine European lake landscapes.
(length: 5 km., walking time: approx. 2 hours)
The Partschinser Waalweg begins at Salten, with the mighty Saltenstein stone to the right, one hour's walk above the centre of Partschins, in the direction of the waterfall. It leads eastwards past Burgstall to finish at Gasthof Niedermair in the village of Vertigen.
The Marlinger Waalweg begins at Toll, where the waters of the river Etsch are diverted, and meanders its way along the sides of the Marlinger Berg above the villages of Forst, Marling and Tscherms past Lebensberg Castle. It finishes at the Raffeingraben near Lana where the water flows out into the Falschauer stream. There are many paths leading up and down from the path.
(length: 5-6 km., walking time: approx 2 hours)
The almost flat, 5-6 km. long Algunder Waalweg is divided into two parts and boasts fine views of the Etsch valley. The western part starts at the car park of the Tollgraben bridge and leads through Oberplars and Mitterplars to Grabbach in the village of Algund. The eastern part begins from Grabbach and heads towards St. Magdalena at Gratsch where it joins up with the Tappeiner Promenade.