At the edge of the forest in Marlengo, the Squirrel Trail invites visitors to an experience of nature for children and adults
Image gallery: Marlengo Squirrel Trail
Squirrels fittingly point the way, known in the Merano region as the Squirrel Trail. It is a family-friendly walk with 23 stops for the whole family. Play, sports and rest zones alternate, and in between there is interesting information about the forest, wood and wildlife. An adventure rope course and a forest auditorium for creative forest artists are also included.
The Marlengo Squirrel Trail - "Eichhörnchenweg Marling" in German, "Sentiero Natura di Marlengo" in Italian - starts above the Waldschenke tavern at the Marlengo Waalweg path. It is a 1 km long circular trail through nature in the surroundings of Marlengo and tells about its inhabitants and their peculiarities. Free parking is available at the public car park next to the Waldschenke, in the Vicolo San Felice road. Those who want to extend the hike a bit: The 2 km long Forest Adventure Trail along the Marlengo Waal (irrigation channel) with its 13 adventure stations and the Marlengo WineCulturePath, featuring life-size objects from viticulture, are also nearby.