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Etappe 3: Von Donnersbachwald nach Oberwölz – Hemma Pilgerweg Route Admont

20.0 mi
1.9 mph
3,450 ft
3,850 ft
Expert Hiking Tour. Very good fitness required. Mostly accessible paths. Sure-footedness required.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
3.28 mi


Hiking Highlight

7.76 mi


Hiking Highlight

7.81 mi

Glattalm Jhtt (verf)

20.0 mi


Hiking Highlight

Weather Forecast

Nadine planned a hike.

July 17, 2020


  • Nadine

    The third stage today is high up into alpine climes - you are sure to have spectacular views. The absolute highlight of your tour is the Glattjoch at 1,998 meters. The Glattjoch Chapel is the highest sacral building in Styria. The dry stone structure, which is unique in Central Europe, is probably more than a thousand years old.From the Glattjoch there is a wonderful view of the surrounding mountains. The “Urweg” over the Glattjoch was once already used by the mules. The hiking trail then leads from the Glattjoch steeply downhill to the Weberbachtalboden. On this narrow mountain path, however, your surefootedness is required because the alpine floors are mostly damp here.Shortly before Kote you cross the Weberbach on a few stones - it can be a little adventure. Via a wooded area and a forest road you get to the Schöttl Chapel at an altitude of 1,216 meters. From the chapel the road leads you on until you finally arrive in Oberwölz - today's destination. Through the Schöttltor you enter the smallest town in Styria with its predominantly medieval town center.Oberwölz was elevated to a town as early as 1300 and experienced an economic boom in the 14th and 15th centuries. The city wall, three city gates and the fortifications, which still give the town center a medieval appearance, date from this time. The parish church of St. Martin is considered to be the oldest church in Oberwölz. You can end the day with a delicious meal and later sink into beautiful dreams.

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    • September 2, 2020