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Round walk to Säben

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  • Die in Serpentinen angelegte Säbener Promenade
    Die in Serpentinen angelegte Säbener Promenade
    Photo: Hanspaul Menara
Distance 2.8 km
1:08 h
234 m
234 m
721 m
522 m
The monastery on the rocky spur
Promenade walk to the famous Säben monastery above Klausen in the Eisack Valley

From Klausen (525 m) follow the signs to "Säben" through the Mühlgasse and up a stone staircase to Branzoll Castle and on the cobbled path moderately steeply up to the monastery and the Holy Cross Church at the highest point of the castle rock (729 m); from Klausen 40 minutes. - Descent: From the church via the steps back down to the monastery entrance, then turn right on the cobbled path, northwards down to the saddle between the Säben rock and the hinterland, here turn right (sign "Klausen") and descend along the serpentine Säben promenade in a beautiful walk. Finally, without entering the road, briefly up to Branzoll Castle and back to Klausen as in the ascent. From Säben 40 minutes.


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