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  1. Donau Niederösterreich planned a hike.

    November 16, 2021

    26:42
    59.2 mi
    2.2 mph
    5,800 ft
    5,800 ft
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      This is the official complete tour of the Kremstal-Danube long-distance hiking trail.You can find a suggestion for the stage division and further details in this collection: komoot.de/collection/961452

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      • November 16, 2021

  2. Donau Niederösterreich planned a hike.

    November 15, 2021

    36:22
    79.7 mi
    2.2 mph
    8,875 ft
    8,925 ft
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      This is the official overall tour of the Nibelungengau long-distance hiking trail including the extra tour to Emmersdorf.A division into eight attractive stages and further details can be found in this collection: komoot.de/collection/961450

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      • November 16, 2021

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      Almost ten kilometers await you on the last stage of the Kremstal-Donau long-distance hiking trail. And that is peppered with great highlights, first-class views and enchanted castle ruins.It starts in Senftenberg with the castle ruin of the same name. Our path leads you along the foot of the hill, on which it majestically towers over the town. If you want to pay her a visit, turn off at the St. Andreas Church and the war memorial onto the mountain path. Otherwise you just follow the course of the Krems to Rehberg, where the next castle ruins are waiting for you. And that is practically on the side of the road. So you can take the side trip, especially since the outer bailey and the church area are freely accessible and the walls are more than impressive.One last time uphill is via Partschenweg and Kühbergweg. On the Kuhberg, just before the descent to Krems, you can stop off in the Schwarzalm. High above the rooftops of Krems you can enjoy organic delicacies with a view of the Danube. You can take your time, because there are only one and a half kilometers to the end of the long-distance hiking trail.Depending on which variant you have chosen, you will be back in the historic old town of Krems an der Donau after almost 40, 70 or even around 100 kilometers. How about a successful glass of wine to end the great tour? You really deserve it.

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      • July 18, 2020

  4. Donau Niederösterreich planned a hike.

    July 15, 2020

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      At almost 19 kilometers and 400 meters in altitude, the 14th stage is by far the longest and most demanding of the entire long-distance hiking trail Kremstal-Danube. However, your efforts will be rewarded with first-class viewpoints and beautiful scenery.From Gföhl you hike along soft forest paths and over the first five kilometers at one level. With a short detour on the Kühberg, a great lookout rock beckons you to linger. Unpack a snack and enjoy the view of the beautiful Krems region. You gradually leave the height and wind down to Unter-Meisling and to the banks of the Krems.After every river it goes up again, so here too. On a short distance you climb from 350 to 620 meters, pass the Kohlerhöhe and you will be rewarded with another magnificent distant view at the Secret Court. Criminals were allegedly thrown down from the round washed stones of the rock formation. This is how the rock got its name.From here it is only relaxed downhill until you meet the Krems again.

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      • July 18, 2020

  5. Donau Niederösterreich planned a hike.

    July 15, 2020

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      Look forward to wonderful peace and nature on this wooded stage with exciting rock formations and a few meters of altitude on your way from Droß to Gföhl.From Droß you start on forest and forest paths that lead you to the Poberkreuz. A short detour takes you to the Schanzriedel, an extraordinary rock formation with a fantastic view over the Kremstal. If you want to save yourself the extra kilometers, you can literally leave the view to the left.With the ducal table there is another great viewpoint in front of you. From the mighty granite blocks you can see the Kremstal, Göttweig Abbey and even the Prealps. With a bit of luck, there are a few climbers on the Athletenstein, which you can watch while doing their sport.From here it goes down a few meters to the Öhlgrabenbach and then uphill again. The stage ends at the historic main square in Gföhl at the magnificent, baroque parish church.

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      • July 18, 2020

  6. Donau Niederösterreich planned a hike.

    July 15, 2020

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      The twelfth stage is another possible shortcut if you don't want to hike the full 100 kilometers of the Kremstal-Danube long-distance trail. This saves you around 30 kilometers and allows you to walk directly from Droß to Senftenberg.Peace and pure nature await you from Droß. The forested stage leads you in a gentle ascent past the Poberkreuz and over soft paths down to Senftenberg. You can see the landmarks of the idyllic town, the Senftenberg castle ruins and the fortified church from afar. A detour up to the castle ruins is worthwhile, because from up here you have a unique view of the wine terraces.

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      • July 18, 2020

  7. Donau Niederösterreich planned a hike.

    July 15, 2020

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      The eleventh stage from Stratzing to Droß is very short. In just under four kilometers you can expect beautiful vineyards, a wonderfully shady forest and the barely noticeable climb to the high plateau.No sooner have you left Stratzing than you are strolling through vineyards again. For a short distance you follow the Stratzingbach, then you turn towards Droß. The tranquil community has just over 1,000 inhabitants, but is easily visible from afar thanks to the mighty Renaissance castle. The eleventh stage ends near the church square with the unique Fatima parish church.

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      • July 18, 2020

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      Even on the tenth stage, the vineyards remain your constant companions. You walk through the Rieden Sand, Kremsfeld, Riedl, Satzen and Loiserweg to Stratzing.From Lengenfeld you hike south into the pure vineyard idyll. Regional wines such as Grüner Veltliner, Riesling, Rivaner, Chardonnay, Zweigelt, Muskateller, Pinot Blanc and Pinot Noir are grown on the slopes on primary rock and loess soils. The sight makes you thirsty, so you can be happy that it is not far to Stratzing, the stage destination with its inviting cellar alleys.If you would like to extend the stage a little, a detour to the ice age path at the gates of Stratzing is recommended. Over a length of about four kilometers, you can explore the life and culture of the Stone Age man with his weapons and equipment during the last ice age at eight stations.

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      • July 15, 2020

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      The ninth stage on the Kremstal-Danube long-distance hiking trail enchants through gentle meadows, forests and wine terraces and takes you from Langenlois to Lengenfeld.With Langenlois you leave Austria's largest wine town behind. Before the last houses disappear behind you, you can stop for a hearty snack or hearty snack at the Heuriger on Baumgartner Höhe. A glass of wine goes very well with this. Freshly strengthened, you hike through the cooling ditch with impressively high loess walls and vaults embedded in it.Picturesque landscapes with small forests, a well-kept golf course and pretty wine terraces are your companions on the gentle climb to Lengenfeld, the goal of the ninth stage.

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      • July 18, 2020

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      The eighth stage of the Kremstal-Danube long-distance hiking trail is characterized by wine as far as the eye can see, wonderful panoramic views, including a lookout point and wine experiences.Via the charming cellar lane you leave the wine village Gedersdorf behind and hike northwards. It is always gently uphill until you reach the Gobelsburg lookout at a height of a good 300 meters. From here you have a wonderful panoramic view of the Danube Valley and, in clear weather, even to the Prealps.On the outskirts of the town of Gobelsburg you will reach the wine town of Langenlois. As a wine lover, the LOISIUM Wine Experience World is just the thing for you. In the futuristic cube you can take part in a wine tasting and learn more about the winery on a tour of the cellar labyrinth at 18 stations. You have enough time, because Langenlois is also the end point of the eighth stage.

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      • July 15, 2020

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