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The Säbener Promenade

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  • Der teils in den Fels gehauenen Weg von Säben hinunter nach Klausen
    Der teils in den Fels gehauenen Weg von Säben hinunter nach Klausen
    Photo: Hannes Riegler
m 700 650 600 550 500 450 2,5 2,0 1,5 1,0 0,5 km
Distance 2.6 km
1:03 h
228 m
228 m
719 m
522 m
Botany and culture.
The Säben Promenade leads along a winding path to one of the most historically significant places in South Tyrol.

The ascent to the Säbener Promenande begins in the narrow alleys of Klausen. On a steep winding stone staircase and a roughly paved path, you quickly reach Branzoll Castle (privately owned, no tours), which towers over the town. Here you turn right and follow the course of the promenade in several twists and turns through the steep slopes. Along the promenade, the local flora and fauna are explained in detail on information boards. The Säbener Promenade leads to below the northern end of the monastery hill. Now turn left up to the monastery gate and through it and up into the Säben monastery. The descent down to Klausen is on the impressive pilgrims' path (also part of the Eisacktaler Keschtnweg) through the extensive monastery grounds and the vineyards below the monastery walls.


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

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