Sandner Linde - Kaiblinger Kogel
Hike from Steinbach an der Steyr to the Sandner Linde and on to the Kaiblinger Kogel
Quality of experience: ***
- Refreshment stops available
- Botanical highlights
- Summit route
From the village square, the hiking trail leads along the Färberbach stream to the watershed of the Steyr and Enns valleys and on to the Sandner Linde tree. From there, continue on trail no. 37 to the Kaiblinger Kogel.
Trail number: 10, 10a, 37
From the village square you walk downhill in the direction of the village parking lot. At the bend below the parking lot, hiking trail no. 10 and then 10 a leads along the Färberbach stream into the beautiful landscape of the Steyrtal valley, which is characterized by copses, fruit tree alleys and several wetland biotopes. The small fish ponds along the trail invite you to take a break. The hike leads along easily accessible paths to the watershed of the Steyr and Enns valleys and on to the Sandner Linde inn.
From there, continue on trail no. 37 to the Kaiblinger Kogel.
Several small monuments (wayside crosses and chapels) line the path through the alpine foothills, where you can enjoy a beautiful panoramic view. The way back is possible via the Polsterer Kogel.
Through the beautiful stream landscape, which invites you to play, this hike is highly recommended for children.
- Board possible
From the west: A1 exit Sattledt > via Kremsmünster > Bad Hall > Steinbach an der Steyr
From the east: A1 exit Haag > Steyr > B140 into the Steyr valley
From the north: A3 Passau > Wels > A9 exit Sattledt > Kremsmünster > Bad Hall > Steinbach
From the south: A9 exit Klaus > into the Steyr valley
The Steyrtal is served by bus lines 452 (Rohr-Bad Hall-Steinbach a. d. Steyr) and 433 (Steyr-Molln-Kirchdorf).
Details at www.ooevv.at
With the Steyrtal Museum Railway www.steyrtalbahn.at
Steinbach an der Steyr/parking next to the center of the village
- Suitable for teenagers
- Suitable for seniors
- Suitable for single travelers
- Suitable for friends
- Suitable for couples
- Suitable for children
- Early winter
- Deep winter
Please get in touch for more information.