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Waldbergbauer Way

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  • Die Kornmühle in der Nähe vom Stallwieshof.
    Die Kornmühle in der Nähe vom Stallwieshof.
    Photo: Hanspaul Menara
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Distance 7.9 km
2:51 h
421 m
421 m
2,069 m
1,648 m
Informative farm tour
The Waldbergbauer Trail has 7 stations that bring the hiker closer to the Waldberg.

From Niederhof, follow the forest road up to Oberhof, where trail no. 26 leads uphill through the forest. Follow this until you reach the junction with trail no. 24A. Turn left and continue to Suachbichl. Return briefly via trail no. 15A and continue west on trail no. 15 until you follow the Sebelwald forest road on the right. After a while, turn left onto an unmarked but clearly visible path that leads down to trail no. 15. Via this path you reach the Stallwieshof farm. Return and take another unmarked path to the right (following a stream) down to Greithof. From here, continue slightly downhill following the 15A markings. As soon as the trail leaves the forest, take a sharp left and return to Niederhof via the path and partly forest trail no. 8. There is also an informative brochure on the Waldbergbauer Weg. It is available at the National Park House culturamartell or at the tourist office. It is also available for download on the homepage of the municipality of Martell.


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

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