Herr in Sportkleidung mit Rucksack steht auf einem Felsen mitten in der Bergwelt der Pyhrn-Priel Region in Oberösterreich. Im Hintergrund schroffe Berge und ein bewölkter Himmel.

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Special features
culturally interesting
Multi-day tour
Possible accommodation
Board possible

Tour and route information

  • Starting place: 34201 Frymburk
  • Destination: 4170 Sankt Oswald bei Haslach
Duration: 5h 30m
Length: 19 km
Altitude difference (uphill): 420m
Altitude difference (downhill): 484m
Lowest point: 661m
Highest point: 998m



Panoramic view:

Great panorama

Paths covering:

  • Asphalt
  • Gravel
  • Hiking trail

Most economical season:

  • Spring
  • Summer
  • Autumn
Section of the St. James's Path from Frydava to St.Oswald.

Crumlaw (Cesky Krumlov/CZ) – Passau: From Crumlaw via the Schlägl monastery, Rohrbach-Berg, Sarleinsbach, Neustift to Passau and Kufstein. Countless well-known pilgrimage churches along the way: St. Jacob's church in Rohrbach-Berg, Pfarrkirchen parish church.
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Tour - Details

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  • themed path


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My recommendations

Gasthof Furtmühle
Schwackereith 20, 4170 Sankt Oswald bei Haslach

Phone: +43 7289 71653
E-Mail: furtmuehle@aon.at
Web: www.furtmuehle.at


Starting place: Frymburk

Duration: 5h 30m

Length: 19 km

Metres of altitude: 420m


Panoramic view: