Lengstein circular hiking trail
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Ausgangs- und Endpunkt der Lengsteiner Rundwanderung, der Dorfplatz.Photo: www.sentres.com
On the high plateau of the Ritten there are some dreamy hamlets where time seems to pass more slowly.
Lengstein is such a blessed spot on earth that the Lengsteiner Rundweg should be hiked with peace and quiet. Already at the starting point of the hike, at the village fountain in front of the Parish Church of St. Ottilia in Lengstein, you can enjoy the view of the surrounding farms and inns, almost all of which are listed for good reason. The trail continues a few metres along the road to the north, where a small wooden gate opens access to trail no. 9. Along the edge of the meadow, the trail climbs for about a kilometre to a path marked 8. Follow this to the right and after about 10 minutes turn right again onto trail 8A. This trail meets the Keschtnweg after about half an hour. Follow this path for about 10 to 15 minutes to the church St. Verena. Return along the Keschtnweg to the hamlet of Antlas and from here take trail no. 9 northwards for about three quarters of an hour up to Lengstein.
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