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Valle Isarco "Keschtnweg" (2nd section)

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  • Von Feldthurns geht es den gut beschilderten Keschtnweg entlang.
    Von Feldthurns geht es den gut beschilderten Keschtnweg entlang.
    Photo: Edith Runer
Distance 15.3 km
5:11 h
718 m
735 m
939 m
522 m

In the midst of noble groves
The second stage of the Eisacktaler Keschtnweg leads past the Säben monastery to Barbian.

The Keschtnweg is an easy hike that can be divided into individual sections. The multi-day hiking route across the low mountain terraces of the lower Eisack valley is uniformly well signposted with "Keschtnweg". In Feldthurns, the route leads in the direction of Pedratz. At the radoar, turn right onto a field path and climb steeply for a short while to the Höfewweg above, which leads through a chestnut grove to the Weinbrenner. Now follow the path through the forest and to the stately Moar farm. Continue through mixed forest and orchards to the hamlet of Pardell. From here, follow the road in bends downhill to the Hienghof farm. The hike leads along field paths to the inner courtyard of the Säben monastery castle. The descent to Klausen continues on the paved station path to Branzoll Castle and via stairs down into the town area. After the Thinnebr&br/> bridge, up again on the old Latzfonser road into the Thinne valley. Past the Muttner, a steep farm track leads to the abandoned


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