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Culture Trail Gais

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  • Blick auf Gais.
    Blick auf Gais.
    Photo: Hanspaul Menara
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Distance 2.1 km
0:39 h
95 m
95 m
926 m
831 m
Place of mysticism.
A path to rest, linger and meditate.

From Gasthof Zur Sonne (where the culture trail is signposted for the first time) briefly uphill until you meet the first information board (signpost to Neuhaus Castle). At first a somewhat steeper ascent and then comfortably through the forest to the castle. From there, take the access path leading down to the former keeper's house next to the Zoller inn. A short stretch on a narrow path along the main road past the Hotel Burgfrieden until it gets lost between the houses and thus brings the hiker back to the starting point. This path is made for hikers who want to lose themselves in reflection and contemplation. The Kulturweg Gais is an invitation to meditate and linger. The path through the forest is almost a little mystical. About halfway along, a defiant castle welcomes the hiker. Along the path, artists have installed works with which they pay tribute to great personalities who first lived in Gais or spent some time there. These include the minnesinger Oswald von Wolkenstein, the


Parts of this content were machine translated using German as the source language

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