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Distance 5 km
Highest point968 m
Lowest point724 m
To the destination From Romeno to San Romedio.
The last day! This stage is easy, taking us from the high plateau of the Upper Valle di Non to the narrow rocky valley of San Romedio. We notice the changes in the landscape, the transition from high rocky mountains to gentle hills, as well as the changes in our mind and soul. From the hotel we walk along the road, turn into the side road leading to Salter (also signposted as a cycle path), pass the parish church in Romeno, follow the cycle path downhill, then take the path along the edge of the forest on a slight incline to Salter. The Via San Romedio begins directly at the church in Salter. We started our journey in Thaur with a St. Romedius path; a Via San Romedio leads us from Salter to our destination. On this path we hike steeply down into the Nonstal valley. We meet the road, turn left here and follow the signs to the church of San Romedio. We have reached the destination of our pilgrimage.
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