natur.BANK.wege | Großraming | Haingrabeneck | 446301
- Suitable for families
- culturally interesting
Wonderful view over the Lumplgraben centrally into the Reichraminger Hintergebirge, with its highest elevation, the 1,724 m high Großer Gröstenberg; to the left are the peaks of the Haller Mauern and to the right the long ridge of the Hoher Nock.
Quality of experience: *****
- Family friendly
- Cultural/historical value
From the centre of the village, a beautiful, leisurely hike, always with wonderful views of Großraming and the southern mountains.
The path leads first on the access road to the Fuchsberger, then from the Hubertus chapel on the perfectly laid out path to the viewing bench
Ascent of the 824 m high Haingrabeneck and descent via the Schartenmauer.Beautiful circular hike, with magnificent views to the south of the local mountains of Großraming, the Reichraminger Hintergebirge and to the north from the summit of the Haingrabeneck to the Neustiftgraben and Maria Neustift.
After rainy days, the path in the spruce forest above the Hubertus Chapel is very slippery.
By car from Linz: A1 motorway exit Enns-Steyr > B115 into the Enns Valley
By car from Vienna: A1 motorway exit Amstetten West > Waidhofen / Ybbs > Weyer > Großraming
By train: the Ennstalbahn runs between Linz and Kleinreifling.
Großraming Music School, Salzwimmer car park
- Early winter
- Deep winter
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