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The Steinhauser Waalweg

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  • Der Schildhof Steinhaus oberhalb von St. Martin im Passeiertal
    Der Schildhof Steinhaus oberhalb von St. Martin im Passeiertal
    Photo: Hannes Riegler
m 800 700 600 5 4 3 2 1 km
Distance 5.7 km
1:56 h
247 m
247 m
840 m
595 m
Built in 1820 for 800 guilders
Round hike near St. Martin in Passeier - no more Waal

From the large car park on the Talstra;e near St. Martin, first follow signpost 3 and then the signs for the Teufelssteinweg (Devil's Stone Trail) on a narrow road up to the Schildhof Steinhaus, which can be seen from afar, then on a wide flat path up to the Braunlechenhof farm and (soon signpost 7) up to the Waalweg (about 770 m - no more Waal, has been closed). 770 m - no more Waal, has been closed up); now on this largely flat path crossing the steep forest slopes to the right; a wooden bridge leads over a small gorge, just 10 min. later the Teufelsstein (Devil's Stone) stands above the path. Finally, the Waalweg trail leads into a hard road (approx. 800 m; from the start of the Waalweg trail just under 1 hour). Now descend along this road until trail no. 4 branches off on the valley side, then descend along this trail through the forest to Schildhof Baumkirch, turn left and walk on a level path to Schildhof Gereuth, soon descend between trees to the valley road and back to the


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