This beautiful trail can be treated either as a long winter walk or a pilgrimage to what is one of the most well-known pilgrimage churches in Tirol. From Absam the hike leads through open meadowland to the village of Thaur, known in winter for its hand-carved nativity scenes, and up to the small Romedikirche pilgrimage church perched on a small plateau overlooking the Inntal Valley.
Castle ruins / Romedikirche church in Thaur
Approximate hiking time
- Circular hike
Elevation uphill 320m
Vertical metres downhill 320m
Best time of year
* These are approximate values and recommendations. Please take your personal fitness level, technical ability and the current weather conditions into account. Tirol Werbung cannot guarantee that the information provided is correct and accepts no liability.
- Accessible using public transport
Car park at the start of the Halltal Valley in Absam
From the car park at the start of the Halltal Valley in Absam-Eichat, take the wide path to the church of pilgrimage in Absam. Continue for a few more minutes in a westerly direction, then cross the road and pass through the fields as far as a wayside shrine on a slight plateat. From there, continue through the village of Thaur as far as the parish church and then take the "Schlossweg" trail up past several small wayside shrines to the Romedikirche church. The return leg leads along a forest trail and the "Adolf-Pichler-Weg" to the starting point.