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The Guntschna Promenade Unpublished

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  • Kronwicke an den Felsen der Guntschnapromenade
    Kronwicke an den Felsen der Guntschnapromenade
    Photo: Hanspaul Menara
m 450 400 350 300 250 200 2,5 2,0 1,5 1,0 0,5 km
easy
Distance 2.8 km
1:03 h
201 m
201 m
466 m
265 m
Botanical walk
The well-known and very well-kept promenade in the Gries district of Bolzano.

From the Old Gries Parish Church or from the nearby large school building (260 m) via the promenade in many serpentines up the slope to the building complex of the former Hotel Germania and on the promenade, which from then on partly crosses natural bush forest, further to below the Reichrieglerhof. Shortly before crossing the Jenesiener Straße, take the new crossing part of the promenade across to a house, briefly up to the right to the Jenesiener Straße, westwards on this road for a few minutes and then on the small road branching off to the left to the Föhrnerhof (505 m; Buschenschank); from the starting point 1:30 hrs. - Descent: Either on the described ascent route, or always following the marking 9 on the paved Glaninger Weg, mostly quite steeply down to the ex-Hotel Germania and now either via the promenade or via the steep paved path back to the starting point; from Föhrnerhof 0:45 hrs.


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