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Söllbach stream

Mandarfen 62
6481
St. Leonhard im Pitztal
+43(0)5414/86999

Söllbach stream

With a total length of 2.2km, Söllbach stream is one of the streams in the unglaciated Central Alps. Extending across an area of over 10km², its catchment area is located around Lake Brechsee from which it is mainly fed. The regional government of the Tyrol has designated Söllbach stream a priority nature conservation area, hence the waterway being virtually unspoilt.

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Ausgangspunkt 
Wiese (1194m)
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Söllberg-Wasserfall (1189m)
Starting point: Car park at the end of Wiese. From the starting point initially follow the forest road in the direction of Söllberg waterfall. The forest road eventually leads to a trail. Return via the same route back to the Söllbergalm turnoff, then turn left to walk down a trail. After approximately 500 metres you will reach the agricultural road on which you carry on walking downhill for approximately 150 metres before reaching the next turnoff. Then turn right onto the forest road that will take you back to your staring point. 
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