Circular ST3 AAT: Feistritz...
long-distance walking trail
- Brève description
This circular tour is characterised by an impressive mountain backdrop: The hike, which crosses the national border, takes you into the eastern Carnic Alps on the Carinthian side, and onto the Feistritzer Alm at the foot of the distinctive Oisternig. In Italy the trail leads from the Achomitzer Alm down into the valley to the village of Camporosso, and on to Valbruna.
- Point de départ
Feistritz / Gail
- Meilleure saison
Feistritz im Gailtal is known above all for its annual “Kufenstechen” festival on Whit Monday. On this day the Gail Valley local costume is worn by the unmarried boys and girls who are over the age of 15. Following Mass in the church and the traditional midday meal with the special festival day soup, in the afternoon first in Oberfeistritz and then in Unterfeistritz the young men of the village dress in the costume of the Gail Valley and ride on unsaddled horses to strike a wooden barrel with iron clubs as they go past, which is followed by dancing. The following day the married people of the village go to Mass in the church dressed in their adult costume, and meet in different houses for drinks and for dancing.
Camporosso (in German Saifnitz) with the Fella and the Canal del Ferro/Eisental Valley on the one side and the Val Canale/Kanaltal Valley on the other side lies precisely on the watershed between the Adriatic and the Black Sea. The Saiseratal Valley, which is set against a striking mountain backdrop, including the famous Wischberg and Montasch peaks, is probably one of the most fascinating valleys in the Julian Alps. Many forest roads and trails branch off the asphalt road which leads from Valbruna to the excursion destination Oitzinger-Wiesen (mountain lodge with food and drink, and riding facilities), with an open invitation to many beautiful hikes.
- Description d'itineraire
Starting from Feistritz an der Gail we walk along hiking trail no. 481 to the Feistritzer Alm at the foot of the distinctive Oisternig. We then go past the church of Maria Schnee to the Achomitzer Alm and the Schönwipfel shelter. Here we cross the border to Italy. The second part of the trail is now on the Italian side and leads from the Achomitzer Alm via the Cima Muli along hiking trail no. 508 down into the valley to Camporosso. Shortly before the first houses we take the path on the right-hand side of a wooden hut and come to the Bobnia Trail, which we follow as far as the Via Valcanale, which we cross to reach the ski school there. From here we take the trail which then leads underneath the road SS13 to reach the Alpe Adria Cycle Trail. We complete the remaining stretch to Valbruna on the Alpe Adria Cycle Trail, which runs from Salzburg to Grado.
- Hauteur maximale
- 1.749 m
- Point de mire
Baite Aperte – „Tag der offenen Hütten“ im Valbartolo: http://www.baiteaperte.it/
Camporosso: diverse Volksfeste im Sommer; „La Maja“ (in der Woche vor Fronleichnam) und Dorfkirchtag (Ende August)
Valbruna: Festivalbruna (Filmfestival und Veranstaltungen am ersten Augustwochenende)
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