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Circular hike in St. Corona am Wechsel: Ideal hiking routes for families that are great for little stops - past toboggan runs, monasteries and caves

Village and valley circuits for hiking in St. Corona: With loads to see along the way - from a bat cave to a mountaintop church - and inns for rest and for rounding off such days, these hiking tours are perfect for those who like to take it at a leisurely pace in the fresh air.

Hiking with friends or the whole family is great fun on the popular village and valley trails in St. Corona. There are hiking routes for everyone here, along with many inns for a well-deserved stop or two.

Kurze Runde oder Tages-Tour?

The two-and-a-half hour St. Corona village circuit starts in St. Corona and goes to Ödenhof and Orthof. This goes under the summer toboggan run - an opportunity for amusing photos of tobogganists from below. It continues to the upper terminus of the Corona Coaster then goes through the forest to the children's sports area and the outdoor fitness park. A tarmac trail brings you back to the start. It is best to plan the whole day for the valley route from St. Corona to St. Peter and back: Protected from the wind and partially running through the woods, it’s ideal for families as well as those who enjoy collecting mushrooms and herbs. The mountaintop church and cemetery are particularly interesting in St. Peter. Our recommendation for a stop: Gasthof Bergland St. Peter.

Valley route for sports enthusiasts

The Kirchberg valley trail is ideal for experienced hikers. From the start in St. Corona descend into the valley towards Sachsenbrunn. An old mill and the paradise garden in Molzbachhof are the main attractions. Continue to Kirchberg monastery with a Gothic church, 1,000 year old linden trees and Hermannshöhle. Also: Taking the bus or going on foot back to St. Corona determines whether the tour takes two-and-a-half hours or six hours.

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