The Knottnkino by artist Franz Messner, who comes from Ritten above Bozen, sits enthroned on the porphyry red stone Knott between the villages of Hafling and Vöran in South Tyrol. Millions of years ago, when the Tschögglberg was formed by lava and ash rain, these wine-red, rounded tops were created on which the great open-air cinema was created.
The viewpoint with 30 cinema chairs made of steel and chestnut wood enables the visitor to enjoy a fantastic view from the mountain peaks of the Texel Group over the Gantkofel to the Aldeiner Weißhorn in clear weather, as well as an overview of the entire Adige Valley.
June 27, 2020
Great view but as already said it was overflowing on some days. You can then avoid the summit cross if you want to take beautiful pictures and don't want to do the Hampeplmann in front of everyone. A nice idea to let nature play your own film. The easiest way to get up from the Adige Valley is by taking the Burgstall-Vöran cable car and from there climbing the beautiful Schützenbrünnlweg. Before crossing to the "Ascent" to the Rotsteinkogel you will pass a small courtyard where you can sometimes buy food.
And don't worry, even if a phone number and email address are entered here: you don't need a ticket :) but there is no popcorn for that either. . .
June 12, 2020
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