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Übersichtstafel am AusgangspunktPhoto: Weges OG, CC BY-SA, Weges OG
Rest stopsCafé Grill
Zum Kellerstöckl Knoller
Vinothek & Weinbaumuseum Klöch
Emergency call mountain rescue: 140
European emergency call: 112
Tips when reporting an emergency – Answer these six WH questions: What happened? How many people are injured? Where did the accident happen (are there GPS coordinates)? Who is reporting the incident (callback number)? When did the accident happen? What is the weather like at the site of the incident?
Tips and hintsRestaurant Klöcherhof, Tel.: +43 3475 2206, 8493 Klöch 4, www.kloecherhof.at
Gustoplatzl, Tel.: +43 3475 20233, 8493 Klöch 205, www.gustoplatzl.at
Tourist office Thermen- & Vulkanland
Gästeinfo Bad Radkersburg
8490 Bad Radkersburg
Tel: +43 3382 55 100-90
Traminerweg - 2nd part via Seindl At the church square we climb a few steps and then we are already at the path that leads uphill through the forest. Passing an information board in the form of a book and the station "Lightness and joy of life", the path leads us to the hill of Seindl. Along an asphalt road we pass vineyards and scenic spots, as well as the photo point "Heart in the vineyard". We hike leisurely along the Riedel to the "Wetterschirm am Seindl" and the nearby lookout point with panoramic panels and a sunbed. Continuing through vineyards and across meadows, the Traminerweg leads to the soothing wooded areas of the Zarawald, where the Herzplatz is also located. In succession, we pass by some houses, turn right at a crossroads, and immediately turn left downhill over the "Halige Stiege" to the Schuster winery. The hiking trail passes directly behind the guesthouse and brings us to a wonderful vantage point in the vineyards. Continuing downhill through the vineyards, we come back to an asphalt road and follow the markings through the sparsely populated area. After passing a wooded area, the Traminerweg continues along roads and through vineyards until, just above the Palz Inn, we come to an asphalt road again and now continue hiking uphill to the left. The next kilometer we are on an asphalt road, then we turn left into the forest and hike downhill over the Muschkagraben. Parallel to the road and the last piece through the forest we come to the already known ascent, which leads back to the starting point.
Detailed information about arriving by ÖBB (Austrian Federal Railways) can be found at www.oebb.at or on the Verbundlinie Steiermark website www.busbahnbim.at
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By roadfrom Vienna: A2 to exit Fürstenfeld, continue on 319 to Großwilfersdorf and L454 and L207 to Fehring and L204 via Kapfenstein and St.Anna am Aigen to Klöch
from Graz: A9 to exit Gersdorf, continue on 'B69 to Halbenrain and L234 to Klöch
Detailed information on how to get there can be found here.
Parkingparking in the center of the village
Author’s map recommendations
EquipmentProper backpack packing makes many things easier: Pack heavy things first. The water bottle should always be within reach in a side pocket. All the things that are often needed, such as sunglasses, camera or hiking map, belong on top. An emergency kit, including blister plasters, belongs in every rucksack and it is always advisable to dress in layers.
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