Starting from Nauders, the route first goes along Via Claudia Augusta (Trail no. 26), past the Bergkastel valley station, towards the Italian border. In the Fuhrmannsloch district, branch off to the left and follow a narrow path. A forest path takes you to the Kompatscher stream after approx. 250 metres Here the route branches off to the left and leads along an old cart track to Kompatschhof with a beautiful chapel. From there, continue on Trail no. 27 over flowery, mossy larch meadows and through short forest to Lärchenalm (1,750 m). The descent begins directly at the mountain pasture via the Martannes meadows, which are known as ski descents in winter, to the crossroads on the Bergkastel trail.
Continue downhill over the brook slope and meadows, past the Bergkastel valley station, and back to Nauders. Alternatively, you can briefly ascend at the crossroads and hike back to the village in the direction of the “Holy Tree”.