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St. Oswald Promenade

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    Oswaldpromenade
    Photo: Anne Habermeier, Outdooractive Premium
m 450 400 350 300 250 6 5 4 3 2 1 km Südtiroler Archäologiemuseum Schloss Klebenstein
easy
Distance 6.8 km
2:00 h
160 m
160 m
420 m
263 m
High above Bolzano we stroll along the St. Oswald promenade and on the way back we visit Ötzi, the famous Iceman who lived 5000 years ago.

The starting point is the valley station of the Rittner cable car. From there we walk up to the Oswald promenade, which offers us great views of Bolzano again and again. We then descend to the district of St. Anton, pass Klebenstein Castle and stroll back to Bolzano. There we pass the South Tyrolean Archaeology Museum and walk through the old town back to the starting point.


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The routes from this source come from years of cooperation between Outdooractive AG and the ADAC publishing house in Munich. More than 80 hiking tour books were produced throughout Germany and at popular holiday destinations in Italy, Spain and Portugal. A special feature are the ADAC children's hiking guides, which are tailored to the needs of young explorers and their parents. 
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Sobald der erste Schnee fällt, heißt es mit dem Snowboard rauf auf den Berg!

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Rüdiger Reichelt 
September 21, 2019 · Community
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When did you do this route? June 21, 2019
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