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Loop-trail of the Calvary hill in Castelrotto

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Map / Loop-trail of the Calvary hill in Castelrotto
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easy
0.9 km
0:30 h
44 m
44 m

The name Castelrotto comes from the name "Castel Ruptum,” which means “destroyed castle". Historical documents have revealed that a magnificent fortress stood on the castle hill.

This hiking tour can be found in the family hiking booklet “Out and About with Nix the Witch” (hiking tour no. 8)

Difficulty
easy
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Highest point
1104 m
Lowest point
1062 m
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Turn-by-turn directions

The set-off point is the historic village square of Castelrotto. From here, you pass under the right archway of today's town hall, former residence of the counts of Kraus, towards the Calvary hill. The path leads past two chapels to the so-called bowling square. Along the way, you will pass 14 stations with decorated porphyry plates representing symbols and themes of peace. After circling the Calvary hill and admiring the view over the village with its high church tower and the mount Sciliar in the background, return to the village square.

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Coordinates

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46.567899, 11.559516
DMS
46°34'04.4"N 11°33'34.3"E
UTM
32T 696148 5160330
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Difficulty
easy
Distance
0.9 km
Duration
0:30h
Ascent
44 m
Descent
44 m
Family friendly

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