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The Montani Castle District

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  • Die Burg Obermontani bei Morter
    Die Burg Obermontani bei Morter
    Photo: Hanspaul Menara
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Distance 8.2 km
2:28 h
195 m
195 m
846 m
651 m
Cultural hike
On the way along the Waalen between Latsch and Morter.

From the centre of Laces (638 m), first follow the road south-west up to the Hotel Latscherhof (702 m; also possible by car). Then follow the signpost »Montani« and marker 5 on the wide path südwestwards slightly uphill to the Waalweg (approx. 800 m), now on this path (always marked 5) in a largely flat, only once briefly ascending forest crossing west-west to the aforementioned rock drawings, where soon afterwards, somewhat below the Waal, lies the castle courtyard of Montani; now continue briefly, then briefly down and over to Obermontani Castle (the interior is not accessible). The nearby St. Stephen's Chapel is open on Saturday and Sunday afternoons from 14:30 to 17:30 during the summer months - until 01 November 2015). November 2015), on trail no. 5 down to the Untermontani ruins and to the northern foot of the castle hill; at the next fork in the trail, turn right, on good paths first through orchards and then through woods (here the trail follows the Mareinwaal) eastwards to the


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