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The Oswald Promenade near Bolzano

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  • Traumhafte Palmen und Rosengartenblick vom Oswaldweg aus
    Traumhafte Palmen und Rosengartenblick vom Oswaldweg aus
    Photo: Hanspaul Menara
m 400 350 300 250 6 5 4 3 2 1 km
Distance 6.9 km
1:56 h
154 m
153 m
417 m
264 m
Above the rooftops of Bolzano's old town
The panoramic promenade with a wide view over Bolzano and its surroundings

From the centre of Bolzano (Waltherplatz, 262 m) through Laubengasse and Museumstraße to the Talferbrücke bridge, along the eastern bank of the Talfer northwards to the St. Anton district. Anton, past the Klebenstein manor house on the right to the beginning of the Oswald Promenade (signpost), now uphill on this path, first in slightly ascending serpentines, then on a level walk to the "Wilde Mannder" (400 m) mentioned above and to the junction with path 2 (this leads uphill in 20 minutes to the Peterploner Inn and downhill in about 10 minutes to Bolzano); our promenade continues level and finally ends in the area of the Eberle Inn or in the nearby village of St. Magdalena. in the nearby village of St. Magdalena (375 m, also called Prazöll); until here 1:30 hrs - Return: From the aforementioned inn or from St. Magdalena on the asphalt road down to the Brenner road and along this (pavement) back to the starting point. From St. Magdalena 0:30 hrs.


Parts of this content were machine translated using German as the source language

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