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Kapellen Pilgerweg

Kapellen Pilgerweg

Difficult
24:10
52.0 mi
2.2 mph
6,900 ft
6,900 ft
Expert Hiking Tour. Very good fitness required. Mostly accessible paths. Sure-footedness required.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
8.93 mi
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Nikolauskapelle

Hiking Highlight

9.85 mi
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Burg Landeck

Hiking Highlight

17.1 mi
21.0 mi
28.9 mi
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Seehofweiher

Hiking Highlight

38.0 mi
40.1 mi
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Vignobles de Wissembourg

Hiking Highlight (Segment)

45.5 mi
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Burgruine Guttenberg

Hiking Highlight

48.8 mi
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Kolmerbergkapelle

Hiking Highlight

51.6 mi
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52.0 mi
Destination

Tour Profile

Waytypes

Mountain Hiking Path: 7.52 mi
Hiking Path: 38.2 mi
Path: 4.35 mi
Street: 1.51 mi
Road: 0.49 mi

Surfaces

Alpine: 147 yd
Natural: 7.09 mi
Unpaved: 30.3 mi
Gravel: 2.74 mi
Paved: 7.52 mi
Asphalt: 3.86 mi
Unknown: 0.38 mi

Weather Forecast

Pfalz planned a hike.

May 19, 2017

Comments

  • Pfalz

    On the 76 kilometers long Chapel Pilgrimage you will experience the special features of the Bad Bergzaberner Land. The sea of ​​vine that captivates you, the Palatinate Forest that lets you rest and the chapels that invite you to reflect. A way to slow down. The nearly 76-kilometer hiking trail is recommended in 4 stages.From Bad Bergzabern to Klingenmünster you start in the Kurpark at the St. Jakobus-Pilger-Statue. Continue via Pleisweiler-Oberhofen with the Catholic Church to Gleiszellen-Gleishorbach to DionysiusKapelle. In Klingenmünster you reach a marked circular route as a detour to the monastery Klingemünster and to the memorial for euthanasia victims at the Palatine Clinic.Another stage from Klingenmünster to Vorderweidenthal leads via the Karlsplatzhütte to the Abtskopf and then on to the castle ruin Lindelbrunn to Vorderweidenthal. In between, a detour to the Peace Chapel in Birkenhördt is worthwhile.The stage from Vorderweidenthal to Schweigen Rechtenbach leads via Lauterschwan, the Seehof-Weiher and the Hirzeck-Haus through the Mundatwald to St. Germanshof to the Europadenkmal and then along the border over the Pauliner Schloss to the German Weintor.The last stage from Schweigen-Rechtenbach back to Bad Bergzabern goes over the ruins of Guttenberg, the Stäffelsberg tower, the Kolmerberg chapel, the fortified church in Dörrenbach and the Böhämmerhaus back to the spa gardens and the Südpfalz thermal bath.

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    • May 12, 2017

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Kapellen Pilgerweg