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Circular hiking traill Wiesenweg

Circular hiking traill Wiesenweg


Starting point: Infobüro Reith
Finishing point: Infobüro Reith
Ascent109 m
Highest point1,128 m
Route distance4.6 km
Walking time / total01:30 hh:mm
Walking time / ascent00:30 hh:mm
Level of difficultyeasy

Elevation profile


Route: Reith Information Office - Römerstraße - Kalktalweg - Leithen train stop - Kobesbichlweg - Leithner Wiesenweg - Reith - Lauserweg - Reith Information Office

Parking and public transport:
Parking facilities near the train station.
By train to Reith train station.
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The hike begins at the Reith information office - from here, turn right onto Römerstraße and follow it through the village. At the end of the village, just before the underpass, turn left into the Kalktalweg and follow this until the asphalt road joins a gravel path. Follow the gravel road (parallel to the railroad tracks on the right side) until you reach the ÖBB train stop Leithen. Then turn right, go through the underpass and follow the Kobesbichlweg downhill until you reach the main road. After crossing the main road, follow the Leithener Wiesenweg until it turns into a gravel path. Follow the forest path parallel to the main road until you arrive back in the village of Reith. At the fork, which leads into the Niederwiesenweg, now go steeply uphill to the right through the underpasses of the main road and the railroad tracks until you reach the Lauserweg. Follow the Lauserweg until you reach the Römerstraße, where you will find the Reith Information Office - the end point of the hike - on the right.

Alpine emergency call:
Call: 140


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