Haula-Schulleredt-circuit - W3
This hike will take you to the likely highest point of Andorf.
- Refreshment stops available
- Cultural/historical value
The route leads the former Kaiserlinde lime tree to Großpichl, past Brunnbauerhof outdoor museum. From there to Schulleredt & Rackersedt to Haulinger Holz. The highest point - a view of Sauwald all the way to the Alpine arc. From there continue in direction of Winertsham. Then past Burgstall and back to the urban area again and the last few metres along the river Pram.
Not far from this route you`ll find the first Innviertler herb garden. Founder Felix Grünberger has been working on it for decades and was even one of the authors of the famous book "The herbs in my garden".
Hiking backpack (incl. rain cover), sturdy shoes
- Board possible
Located in the heart of Pramtal valley between Schärding and Grieskrichen;
B137 - coming from Schärding or Grieskirchen, exit Andorf, just a few kilometres to the town centre;
B129 - from Linz or Peuerbach – Enzenkirchen/Jagern - Andorf
B143 or B 141a, L514 - from Ried keep left – (Taiskirchen) - Lambrechten - Andorf
Autobahn exits Ried im Innkreis or Suben recommended;
How to arrive in the Danube Upper Austrian region? The fast way to your destination – by train, bus, car, boat or plane.
Nearest bus stop; Andorf railway station ca. 1.5 km
Sufficient free parking at start/finish
- Early winter
- Deep winter
Please get in touch for more information.