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Walk in the rock to the Sanctuary of San Romedio

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  • Auf den Spuren des UNESCO Weltkulturerbes 
    Auf den Spuren des UNESCO Weltkulturerbes 
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m 750 700 650 5 4 3 2 1 km
Distance 5.3 km
2:11 h
391 m
391 m
788 m
657 m
Fascinating hiking trail in the rock along an ancient irrigation canal from the 19th century. An easy alternative (much more impressive) to the approach by car.

Along the state road that connects Sanzeno and Romeno, there is the Rätische Museum (car park). The walk starts in front of the museum at the wooden bridge and goes through apple orchards into the woods until it reaches the rock face of the canyon of San Romedio and the Sanctuary of the same name. Continue on level ground along the old irrigation channel in the rock, which has been secured with a massive railing (some low spots, watch your head). Now continue on level ground until you reach a wooden staircase that leads directly to the asphalt road and in a few minutes to the car park of the pilgrimage church. From here, continue along the access road that leads to the foot of the canyon. Back the same way.


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