Autumnal walks through Mittersill
Colorful foliage dances from the trees that light up and settles on the meadows and paths of the world. Autumn has long since arrived, and next winter is already casting its shadows. This magical natural spectacle, this change of seasons, wants to be experienced in all its splendor and diversity on an enjoyable walk, wants to be tasted. The following three walks through Mittersill will inspire you – not only in autumn, by the way.
The venerable castle was built in its original form as early as 1150 and was rebuilt in 1528 after severe damage. Today there is a fine promenade from the center of the village. Via the Schettbühel and the old pass road you reach the hiking trail, cross the Pass-Thurn-Bundesstraße and after a very short time you will reach the castle. A tour with coffee and cake in the panorama restaurant is recommended before returning on the scenic path.
One of the most attractive walks through Mittersill leads to the oldest secular building in the entire Oberpinzgau. The Felberturm museum with Felberkirche and Felberturm can be dated to the middle of the 12th century. The leisurely, beautifully landscaped path leads from the town square over the Felberbach straight ahead to the church and the museum behind it. After an inspiring tour, walk back via Stampferau.
The Felberturm Museum is also the starting point for the last tip for a walk. Past the Felberkirche, you pass the Kinderhotel Felben towards the edge of the forest. Follow the gravel road to the left and after the Mittersill heating plant you will reach Wilhelmsdorf in Stuhlfelden. Lambach Castle, which looks like a late Gothic farmhouse with noble undertones, rises in front of you. About way. No. 10 is back to the museum in half an hour.
These and many other walking trails in Mittersill and the surrounding communities await you on your Bräurup vacation. Experience the autumn variety of our 4-star hotel up close and indulge in the many pleasures of the season. All that’s missing now is yours non-binding vacation request !