An experience of a special kind is the winter hiking trail along the 2000 year old Via Claudia Augusta. With beautiful views of the picturesque Sonnenhang River, this winter hiking trail offers lasting impressions.Starting from the parish church Landeck goes up to the castle Landeck and further over the forest road to the confluence in the narrower way direction Fließer plate, where one can discover even the traces of the cars of the Romans with little snow. Then it goes along the sunny slope in the direction of flow.
At a Glance
|Difficulty:||average / red mountain path|
|Path surface:||Fahrweg, Forstweg, Steig, Wiesenweg|
church - chapell: Parish Church of the Assumption Landeck
Today's parish church of the Assumption is based on a legend depicted in the parish church (the robbed children of a family were brought back by a wolf and a bear).
castle: Castle Landeck
Discover Schloss Landeck with its local history museum, the Schlossgalerie and its events.
Museum & exhibition: Archaeological Museum
The archaeological museum in Fliess contains finds (weapons, jewelery, coins, ...) from the prehistoric burnt-offering site at the Gachen Blick as well as a Bronze Age treasure trove from Moosbruckschrofen and the Hallstatt-era Bronzehort of Fließ.
Museum & exhibition: Documentation Center VCA
The Documentation Center Via Claudia Augusta documents the Roman Kaiserstraße. In the display cases, finds from the Via Claudia Augusta and a copy of the Tabula Peutingeriana, the only surviving Roman road map, can be admired.
church - chapell: Barbarakirche flow
On a plateau above the Inn valley at the western outskirts of the river rises the new parish church.