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Mountain farm path in Villnöss

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  • Am Bergbauernweg zu sehen. Unter Denkmalschutz stehender Heidenhof – Feldthun
    Am Bergbauernweg zu sehen. Unter Denkmalschutz stehender Heidenhof – Feldthun
    Photo: TV Villnöss
Distance 8.4 km
2:56 h
455 m
455 m
1,605 m
1,150 m
The Mountain Farm Trail is a foray through the history of the farms in the Villnöss Valley.

The mountain farmer's path starts in the centre of St. Peter (refreshment stop) in Villnöss. First on trail no. 11 via a paved stone path - this stone path connected the Coller mountain farms with the village centre and served as a school and church path, but also for horse-drawn carts and ox teams - up to the Gsoihof (first mentioned in 1288, refreshment stop). The name "Gsoi" may have come from the Latin casa (house). Villnöss belonged to the original parish of Albein until 1505. In winter, the dead were kept in the Gsoier cellar until the road to the cemetery in Albeins was passable again. The cellar has remained unchanged to this day. From the Gsoihof, walk past the biotope "Veltierer Zente" to the Vikolerbild. Continue along the Bergbauernweg in the dense Coll forest to the Feldthunhof (first mentioned in 1350). The oldest part of the three-storey, brick residential tower dates from the 15th century. The farm has been a listed building since 1984 and has been restored in an


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

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