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Via the Roanderweg to Sprechenstein Castle

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  • Zum Schloss Sprechenstein
    Zum Schloss Sprechenstein
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moderate
Distance 15.1 km
4:32 h
457 m
457 m
1,082 m
938 m
To Sprechenstein Castle
On sunny paths to the medieval castle

Either through the village or along the embankment of the Pfitscher Bach stream, you walk from the car park into the valley until you reach the Müllerbrücke at the end of the village. Here you walk to the left of the bridge past the last houses to the power station. Now the actual Roanderweg begins. The path crosses the sunny slopes to Schloss Moos, which is now an old people's home. From there you return to Wiesen via a side road with little traffic. Pass the Wiesner Hof inn and the clubhouse and follow the 24 mark (then 24B) up to Sprechenstein Castle (1073 m) with its striking round tower and the early Gothic Erasmus Chapel. The origins of the castle date back to the 13th century. For the descent, take the path marked 24B and return to Wiesen in a circular hike along the dam of the Pfitscher Bach stream.


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