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St. Florian: Mühlsteinweg Trail

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Starting place: 4490 St. Florian
Destination: 4490 St. Florian

duration: 2h 30m
length: 8,5 km
Altitude difference (uphill): 194m
Altitude difference (downhill): 194m

Lowest point: 253m
Highest point: 342m
difficulty: very easy
condition: easy
panoramic view: Great panorama

Paths covering:
Asphalt, Gravel

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Short description:
Sumerauerhof - Weilling - Kogl – theme trail - St. Florian – Monastery of St. Florian



Technique: *



Quality of experience: ******



Recommended season:

  • April
  • May
  • June
  • July
  • August
  • September
  • October



Properties:

  • Loop
  • Scenic
  • Refreshment stops available
  • Cultural/historical value

Description:
From the starting place in St. Florian we take the road uphill (Am Ölberg) and take a right turn into Wilbirgweg Trail. We take another right turn at the next opportunity and follow the edge of the forest downhill. Down there we take a left turn and follow a walking trail. We keep to the right and having walked through the settlement we get to Wiener Straße road, where we take a right turn. We take another right turn immediately (Floriani spring is at a church a little bit further on. Many people come to fetch water from there). We walk down to the old railway line of Florianibahn and take a left turn. Below the secondary school we walk to the Technological Centre. There we take a right turn, cross the bypass and get to Sumerauerhof Open Air Museum (www.sumerauerhof.at ) after some 500m. There we take a right turn and walk on side roads to the settlement of Weiling where we walk uphill in a large left-hand bend to a farm house. On leaving the forest we take a right hand turn and follow the road downhill. At the houses there we enjoy the best view of St. Florian Monastery. Now we continue down to the Agricultural College and past a roundabout we get to St. Florian. We continue on the road and if we want to we can take a right turn into Marktplatz square. We walk towards the monastrey and pass the car park of the monastery to get back to the starting point.

Directions:
Oberhalb des Stiftes in der Schlagerstraße befindet sich der Rastplatz, von hier führt der gut beschilderte Mühlsteinweg entlang der Friedhofsmauer und an den mächtigen Türmen der Stiftsbasilika hinauf zur Ölbergkapelle, mit herrlichem Blick ins Voralpengebiet. Wir halten uns rechts und treffen auf den Sinfoniewanderweg mit der Stationstafel Nr. 10, die uns Einblick in die Neunte Sinfonie von Anton Bruckner gibt. Bis zur Florianquelle im Gelände der Lebenshilfe unterhalb der Kirche St. Johann begleiten uns die Meditationstafeln vom Florianweg. Erfrischendes Quellwasser stärkt uns für den Weg bis zum Freilichtmuseum Sumerauerhof. (Besichtigung ist empfehlenswert). Danach folgen wir der Beschilderung und gehen über Weilling die Anhöhe hinauf, von hier aus ist der Ennser Stadtturm und das Mühlviertel zu sehen. Weiters geht es durch das Astholz und treffen auf das Koglplatzl, genießen den wunderbaren Ausblick auf das Stift und den Ort Florian. Im Gelände der HLBLA lädt ein Themenweg zur Besichtigung ein, danach kehren wir wieder zu unserem Ausgangpunkt zurück.

Equipment:
Sturdy boots

Additional information:
St. Florian Tourist Board
Marktplatz 2
4490 St. Florian
Tel.: 0043(0)7224
Fax: 0043(0)7224/5788
E-mail: st.florian@oberoesterreich.at
www.oberoesterreich.at/st.florian
www.stift-st-florian.at

Starting point: St. Florian

further information:
  • Flatly
  • Possible accommodation
  • Board possible

St. Florian Monastery of the Augustinian Canons Regular

St. Florian Monastery of the Augustinian Canons Regular

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Sumerauerhof Outdoor Museum

Sumerauerhof Outdoor Museum

This mighty square-shaped Farmstead is a typical example of an Upper Austrian farming structure. Pride of place is given to the Granary Theme Trail which takes you along some of the finest examples of Upper Austrian Troadkasten storage buildings. Inside the house is a typical 19th...

Sumerauerhof Outdoor Museum

Sumerauerhof Outdoor Museum

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Accessibility / arrival

Getting there
By car: Westautobahn (A1) - “St. Florian” exit, 3km to the village centre

By train: Linz main station – then by bus www.oebb.at
By bus: no. 410: Linz-St. Florian www.postbus.at



Public Transit
Buslinie 410 Linz Hbf (Busterminal) St. Florian Stift

Parking
Parking spaces of the monastery at Schaffergarten and at the guesthouses

Travelling by public transport
Route planner for independent travellers
Most economical season
  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Autumn

Please get in touch for more information.

St. Florian: Mühlsteinweg Trail
Tourismusverband Donau Oberösterreich
Lindengasse 9
4040 Linz

+43 732 7277 - 800
+43 7224 5788
+43 732 7277 - 804
st.florian@oberoesterreich.at
www.donauregion.at
www.donauregion.at
https://www.donauregion.at
http://www.donauregion.at

We speak the following languages

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Tour-Details

Starting place: 4490 St. Florian
Destination: 4490 St. Florian

duration: 2h 30m
length: 8,5 km
Altitude difference (uphill): 194m
Altitude difference (downhill): 194m

Lowest point: 253m
Highest point: 342m
difficulty: very easy
condition: easy
panoramic view: Great panorama

Paths covering:
Asphalt, Gravel

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