This guided hike starts at the Venet mountain station (2,212m) in the Kaunergrat Nature Park and leads to the Gogles Alm (2,017m), where after a short snack you hike down to the Kaunergrat Nature Park House (1,553m). From there you take the bus down to Landeck, where you can taste the Tiroler Edle, a chocolate made from the milk of Tyrolean grey cattle, in the chocolate shop.
The Venetbahn ticket is not included, except with the TirolWest Card Premium!
Starting point: Bus terminal Landeck at 10:05
Destination: Haags SchokoLaden in Landeck
Dates: every Tuesday during the operating hours of the Venet cable car
Dates & registration: detailed dates and the registration link can be found in the event calendar
Registration deadline: at 4:00 p.m. the day before
Unguided hikes are possible during the operating hours of the Venetbahn.
Appointments for a tasting can be made directly at Haag's SchokoLaden: Tel. +43.5442.62328.
The "Tiroler Edle" is available at Haag's SchokoLaden in Landeck and at "Der Grissemann" in Zams.
At a Glance
|Difficulty level:||medium difficulty / red mountain path|
|Path surface:||Wanderweg, Steig|
|TirolWest Card Leistung:||gratis Wanderführung|
Hansjörg Haag, the master of chocolate
"The excellent milk of the lovable gray cattle blends perfectly with the high-quality cocoa.The best raw materials combined with outstanding craftsmanship ensure a unique enjoyment that sweetens the life, but also raises the awareness of small-structured, authentic food production."
Hansjörg Haag, pastry chef