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  • Die Via monachorum führt aus zwei Richtungen nach Karthaus.
    Die Via monachorum führt aus zwei Richtungen nach Karthaus.
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moderate
Distance 10.2 km
3:20 h
159 m
781 m
1,576 m
884 m
The quiet village
The Via monachorum leads from Our Lady in Schnals or from Katharinaberg to the quiet village of Karthaus.

This themed trail leads to Karthaus from two directions. You can start the hike from Unser Frau in Schnals or from Katharinaberg (Hof am Wasser). The path invites you to consciously perceive the silence. The themed hike "Silentium" starts behind the church of Our Lady in Schnal. The hike is well signposted. Following trail no. 19 (later no. 21), the trail leads to the Raindlhöfen and on to the village of Karthaus. After visiting the monastery, the trail can be continued in the direction of Katharinaberg. Take trail no. 26 out of the valley to Neuratheins. From here you can walk up to Katharinaberg or continue to Hof am Wasser.


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