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Etappe 4: Von Oberwölz nach Murau – Hemma Pilgerweg Route Admont

Difficult
10:03
18.2 mi
1.8 mph
4,150 ft
4,250 ft
Expert Hiking Tour. Very good fitness required. Mostly accessible paths. Sure-footedness required.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
1.96 mi
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Winklern

Hiking Highlight

12.5 mi
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Stolzalpe-Gipfel

Hiking Highlight

14.8 mi
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Himmelsschaukel

Hiking Highlight

18.0 mi
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Schloss Obermurau

Hiking Highlight

18.2 mi
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Marktplatz von Murau

Hiking Highlight

Waytypes

Mountain Hiking Path: 3.21 mi
Hiking Path: 1.83 mi
Path: 5.34 mi
Footpath: 408 yd
Street: 3.69 mi
Road: 3.93 mi

Surfaces

Alpine: 4.00 mi
Natural: 137 yd
Unpaved: 1.85 mi
Gravel: 0.61 mi
Paved: 3.49 mi
Asphalt: 2.90 mi
Unknown: 5.32 mi

Weather Forecast

Nadine planned a hike.

July 17, 2020

Comments

  • Nadine

    Churches, peaks and a beautiful town: Stage 4 also has nice surprises in store for you. Marching through the picturesque Hintereggertor, you leave Oberwölz and go to the Winklern pilgrimage church.The church is a replica of the famous Altötting pilgrimage church in Bavaria and thus the only place of grace of its kind in Styria. It was built by Thomas Langanger, the estate manager of the Mainhartsdorf Castle, which belongs to Admont, and the carpenter Matthias Merl between 1654 and 1658.It continues to the Butterer Kreuz on the Kammersberger Höhe at 1,072 meters. Then you go down to St. Peter am Kammersberg with its parish church enthroned above the village. Two Roman stones walled in on the south wall of the church bear witness to the early settlement of this place. Via the Stanglmühle snack station and the Stolzenhütte you hike to the summit of the Stolzalpe at 1,817 meters above sea level.The beautiful city of Murau is where you spend tonight and gather strength for tomorrow. In the evening you can pay a visit to Murau Castle. This was first mentioned in a document in 1250 and was once located south-east of today's castle. The Gothic fortress was owned by the Liechtenstein family for a long time, then it passed into the ownership of Anna Neumann von Wasserleonburg and later into the possession of the Schwarzenbergs.

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