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To the little church of St. Helena on the Regglberg

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  • St. Helena bei Deutschnofen mit Rosengarten
    St. Helena bei Deutschnofen mit Rosengarten
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m 1440 1420 1400 1380 1360 3,5 3,0 2,5 2,0 1,5 1,0 0,5 km
Distance 3.8 km
1:02 h
64 m
66 m
1,438 m
1,372 m
In the face of the Latemar and Rosengarten
Cultural-historical interesting hike without significant difference in altitude

You start at the Pfösl or below on the road. Walking back on the road for a few minutes, you will find a signpost "Sankt Helena". Follow the (asphalted) access path and in about half an hour you will reach the church and the refreshment stop. Before the barn, follow a sign and the H and P markings through the meadow into the forest. There the marking H continues to the right and P to the left. H would reach the road in a very short traverse over a hill, so we follow the P mark to the Weißbaumerhof and then P on to the Bayerlhof and to the road. The section between Sankt Helena and Weißbaumerhof could be the only problematic part in snowy conditions, the rest of the route consists of farm access roads that are safely cleared even in winter. Gravel road to Bayerlhof, then asphalt again to the road. Here a sign "Marking P Pfösl" just opposite where you reach the road is misleading. You have to follow the road for about 100 metres in the direction of Deutschnofen, then the P marking


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