Visiting Schneeberg

Getting here

The Schneeberg site and the miners’ settlement of St. Martin is located at 2,355 metres above sea level and is only accessible on foot

The Schneeberg site is located at 2,355 m above sea level and is only accessible on foot via good paths in less than two hours from the Timmelsjoch Pass road in the Passeier Valley, or in four hours from Ridnaun/Maiern.

Schutzhütte Schneeberg,
Rabenstein 42/43I-39013
Moos in Passeier Route planen

Post: Schneeberg OHG
Gerichtsweg 9,
I-39015 St. Leonhard in Passeier

You can reach us by phone: 0473 647045
or by e-mail at: info@schneeberg.org

 

Starting from the Passeier Valley: By car from Meran take the SS44 to Moos in Passeier, then the SS44bis another 9.3 km towards the Timmelsjoch as far as the Schneeberg Bridge. Parking is possible some 200 metres before the bridge. From the end of the Schneeberg Bridge follow Path no. 31 up to Seemoos, then continue on Path no. 29 to the former miners’ settlement of St. Martin. Ascent: 690 metres. On foot: approx. 2 hrs.
Starting from Ridnaun/Maiern: From the Mining Museum take the road (7 km) or the mining trail to the Poschhaus ruins. From there continue on the marked trail to the Schneeberg Pass, then descend to the miners’ settlement of St. Martin with the Schneeberg refuge. From July until mid-October the Museum runs a shuttle bus from Maiern to the Poschhaus (time saved approx. 2 hrs). Booking: tel. +39 0472 656364. Ascent: 1,300 metres, descent: 350 metres. On foot: approx. 4 hrs.
The Schneeberg site is  located at 2,355 metres above sea level and is only accessible on foot.
South Tyrol Museum of Mining
Location Schneeberg
South Tyrol Museum of Mining - Location Schneeberg
Rabentein 42/43 I-39013
Moos in Passeier
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Schneeberg Location Schneeberg
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