When we started hiking in Europe, we stopped hiking anywhere else. Okay, it’s mostly because of the food. I mean who wouldn’t want a Käse Rösti mid-hike or a celebratory beach-side seafood linguini at the end of a hike.

Whether you’re hiking in the mountains, along the coast, or in river valleys (vineyard hikes anyone?), Europe hiking trails spoil you with delicious food, fresh dairy, wine, beer, schnapps, and of course romantic scenery. So, our definition of a best hiking trail in Europe is one that combines sensational landscapes with culinary rewards. After all, this is Europe.

At this point, our passion for hiking in Europe is an obsession, albeit a healthy one. So, this post outlines our favorite day hikes in Europe to date. We update this post every year.

If you’re interested in multi-day hiking trails, read Best Treks in Europe.

15 Best Hikes in Europe

Berlin High Trail, Zillertal Alps, Austria
  1. Olpererhütte, Zillertal Alps, Austria
  2. Seven Sisters Cliffs Walk, South Downs, England
  3. Saxer Lücke and Fälensee, Alpstein, Switzerland
  4. Seven Hanging Valleys Trail, Algarve, Portugal 
  5. Tre Cime di Lavaredo Circuit, Sexten Dolomites, Italy
  6. Xlendi Bay to Sanap Cliffs, Gozo Island, Malta
  7. Bobotov Kuk Summit, Durmitor National Park, Montenegro 
  8. Roques de García, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain 
  9. Seven Lakes Valley, Julian Alps, Slovenia
  10. Tossals Verds Circuit Trail, Mallorca, Spain
  11. San Pedro to Agaete, Gran Canaria, Spain
  12. Kreuzeck to Höllentalklamm Gorge, Bavaria, Germany
  13. Red Wine Trail, Ahr Valley, Germany
  14. Grand Balcon Nord, Chamonix, France
  15. Wachau World Heritage Trail, Wachau Valley, Austria

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Best Day Hikes in Europe

1. Olpererhütte, Zillertal Alps, Austria

Olpererhütte, Zillertal Alps, Tyrol, Austria

This gorgeous Europe hiking trail serves up quintessential alpine landscapes filled with scenes of glaciated peaks, alpine pastures, and sparkling teal waters. It’s also a great introduction to mountain hut culture in the Austrian Alps.

Olpererhütte is a mountain hut in the Zillertal Alps in Tirol, Austria. It’s one of the most perfectly situated refuges in the Alps, because it overlooks the Schlegeisspeicher reservoir backed by the arresting Zillertal mountains.

There are a few ways to hike up to Olpererhütte. Like many things in life, the longer and more difficult way is the more rewarding journey. We highly recommend approaching Olpererhütte from Friesenberghaus.

To start this hike, drive or take the bus from Mayrhofen to the Schlegeisspeicher reservoir. From the reservoir, ascend two hours to Friesenberghaus. If needed, take a break at the managed hut and drink a refreshing beverage like Apfelsaft gespritzt or Johannisbeersaft gespritzt (juice mixed with sparkling water).

From Friesenberghaus, the way to Olpererhütte follows the captivating Berlin High Trail, one of the best multi-day hikes in Austria.

The trail steeply ascends 170 meters and then eases into a magnificent traverse.

Shortly before arriving at the hut, you’ll cross a suspension bridge. This small bridge is one of the most coveted photo motifs in Austria.

When you arrive at the beloved Olpererhütte, grab a seat outside on the hut’s terrace. From here, you’ll have unobstructed views of the Schlegeisspeicher reservoir at the foot of 3,000 meter high peaks. There’s no better place to have a slow, indulgent lunch and a glass of wine. 

Trailhead | Schlegeisspeicher reservoir

Distance | 13 km circuit

Time Needed | 7 hours

Difficulty | Moderate – Moderately Difficult

When to Hike | Summer, Early Fall

Recommended Itinerary | 7 Day Austria Road Trip or 10-Day Bavarian & Tyrol Road Trip

Where to Stay in Mayrhofen, Zillertal | Landhotel Rauchenwalderhof (budget), Alpenhotel Kramerwirt (midrange), or ZillergrundRock Luxury Mountain Resort (luxury)

Learn More: Olpererhütte Day Hike

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2. Seven Sisters Cliffs Walk, South Downs, England

Seven Sisters Cliffs Walk, England

The Seven Sisters are a series of white chalk cliffs stretching from Cuckmere Haven to Birling Gap in East Sussex, England. Plunging into the English Channel, these shimmering vertical cliffs are best experienced on foot. 

The Seven Sisters Cliffs walk starts in Seaford and ends in Eastbourne, hugging the coast almost the entire way. 

Most people will visit the Seven Sisters Cliffs as a day trip from either Brighton, or London.

We recommend starting this point-to-point day hike in Seaford. From the Seaford train station, walk directly to the sea and follow the promenade to the eastern end of the beach. From here, locate the coastal trail that enters Seaford Head Nature Reserve. Follow this coastal trail in the direction of Cuckmere Haven. 

From Cuckmere Haven, walk inland to Cuckmere Inn and cross the river at the bridge. After the bridge crossing, head back to the coast and follow the South Downs Way to Birling Gap and Beachy Head.  

This is easily one of the most spectacular hikes in Europe. Start early and walk slowly, because you’ll want to relish every moment. 

Insider Tip: Order cream tea (tea with scones) at the Birling Gap Café.

Starting Point | Seaford

Ending Point | Eastbourne 

Distance | 21.9 km point-to-point

Time Needed | 7 hours

Difficulty | Easy

When to Hike | Spring, Summer, or Fall

Where to Stay in Brighton | Snooze (midrange), The Charm Brighton Boutique Hotel & Spa (midrange), or Hotel Una (luxury)

Where to Stay in EastbourneThe View Hotel (midrange), Ravilious Hotel (midrange), or The Chatsworth Hotel  (luxury)

Learn More: Seven Sisters Cliffs Walk Trail Guide

3. Saxer Lücke and Fälensee, Alpstein, Switzerland

Saxer Lücke and Fälensee Day Hike, Alpstein, Switzerland, Europe

Fälensee (also spelled Fählensee) is a gorgeous alpine lake in Switzerland’s Alpstein mountain range in Appenzell.

A spectacular circuit trail links Hoher Kasten with Berggasthaus Stauberen, Saxer Lücke, and Fälensee.

This Swiss hike begins with cable car ascent to Hoher Kasten. From the mountain station, follow the Erster Geologischer Wanderweg der Schweiz (Geological Trail) in the direction of Berggasthaus Stauberen

Along the way, you’ll pass Saxer Lücke, a “gap” in the mountain, where you’ll be treated to striking views of Kreuzberg, one of the most memorable mountains in the Swiss Alps. The trail continues to descend all the way to the lake. 

At Fälensee, grab lunch at the Berggasthaus Bollenwees. This might be the best place to get a Rösti mit Appenzeller Käse (cheesy hashbrowns) in the region. 

From the lake, the trail continues all the way down to Brülisau Car Park. 

While this hike isn’t technically difficult, it’s long and taxing on your knees, because you’re descending the whole time.

Trailhead | Brülisau Car Park / Hoher Kasten Cable Car

Distance | 16.3 km circuit 

Time Needed | 5:30 – 6 hours

Difficulty | Moderate 

When to Hike | Summer

Where to Stay in Appenzell | Alte Metzg – Hostel (budget), Hotel B&B Stossplatz (midrange), or Hotel Löwen (luxury)

Learn More: Appenzell Travel Guide

4. Seven Hanging Valleys Trail, Algarve, Portugal

Praia da Marinha, Seven Hanging Valleys Trail, Algarve, Portugal

Famed for its sunshine and spectacular beaches, Algarve is probably not the first place you think of when dreaming about hiking in Europe. However, if you’re visiting Southern Portugal in Spring, or Fall, coastal hiking should be your number one priority. 

One of the most beautiful coastal paths in Algarve stretches between Praia da Marinha to Praia de Vale Centianes. This 5.7 km trail (one-way) can easily be done as an out-and-back hike.

Eat lunch at O Stop on Vale Centianes beach, before returning to Praia da Marinha.

Trailhead | Praia da Marinha 

Destination | Praia de Vale Centianes

Distance | 5.7 km one-way, 11.4 km out-and-back

Time Needed |  2 – 2:30 hours one-way, 5 – 6 hours out-and-back

Difficulty | Easy

When to Hike | Spring or Fall

Recommended Itinerary | 7 Day Algarve Road Trip

Where to Stay in Carvoeiro | O Quintal Guesthouse (budget), O Castelo Guest House (midrange), or Tivoli Carvoeiro Algarve Resort (luxury)

Learn More: Seven Hanging Valleys Trail

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5. Tre Cime di Lavaredo Circuit, Sexten Dolomites, Italy

Tre Cime di Lavaredo Circuit Trail, Dolomites

Tre Cime di Lavaredo (Drei Zinnen in German) is the name given to three mammoth peaks in the Sesto/Sexten Dolomites in Northern Italy. These iconic peaks mark the border between German-speaking South Tyrol and Italian-speaking Belluno.

The loop trail around the iconic Tre Cime di Lavaredo in the Italian Dolomites is one of the most jaw-dropping and accessible day hikes in Europe.

The Tre Cime di Lavaredo loop hike starts at the mountain hut Rifugio Auronzo, which is accessible by a toll road. The closest towns to Tre Cime di Lavaredo are Cortina d’Ampezzo and Dobbiaco/Toblach in Alta Pusteria/Pustertal.

From Rifugio Auronzo, we recommend hiking the circuit clockwise. Follow trail 105 in the direction of Langealm.

Though most people venture here to see the Three Peaks, they soon realize that Tre Cime di Lavaredo is just the beginning of an unending visual feast that extends in every possible direction. 

Along the circuit, there are a few managed huts which sell food and refreshments. We recommend eating a hearty meal at Drei Zinnen Hütte (Rifugio Locatelli).

After completing the hike, walk from the Rifugio Auronzo car park to the impressive Cadini di Misurina Viewpoint.

Trailhead | Rifugio Auronzo 

Distance | 9.7 km circuit

Time Needed |  4 hours

Difficulty | Easy – Moderate

When to Hike | Summer, Early Fall

Recommended Itinerary | 7 Day Dolomites Road Trip

Where to Stay in Misurina | Quinz – Locanda Al Lago (budget), Chalet Lago Antorno (midrange), or Hotel Miralago (midrange)

Where to Stay in Cortina d’Ampezzo | Jaegerhaus Agriturismo (budget), Camina Suite and Spa (midrange), or Dolomiti Lodge Alverà (luxury)

Learn More: Tre Cime di Lavaredo Day Hike

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6. Xlendi Bay to Sanap Cliffs, Malta

Il-Pinur Point View of Sanap Cliffs, Gozo Island, Malta

Gozo Island is the second largest island in the Maltese archipelago in the Mediterranean Sea. It’s famous for its cliffed coastline, idyllic coves, and pastoral landscapes. 

The island nation of Malta is a fabulous destination for a quick winter sun holiday in Europe. We visited Malta in February and enjoyed brilliant blue skies, moderate temperatures, and peaceful trails. 

The out-and-back hike from Xlendi Bay to the Sanap Cliffs is a deliciously, scenic hike which hugs the pristine coastline the whole time.

To start this hike, head to the seaside village of Xlendi in the southwest coast of Gozo.

Walk to Xlendi Beach and follow the pedestrian path along the bay. The paver walkway wraps around the bay to an idyllic picnic area with a smattering of benches. After crossing a stone bridge, the trail ascends to the Ras il-Bajda cliffs, home to the historic Xlendi Tower, which dates back to 1650.

Continue south along the high cliffside trail. You’ll pass a sheltered cove and then join another paver walkway, which leads to the Sanap Cliffs.

When the paver walkway ends, continue following the coast all the way to Il-Pinnur Point.

Trailhead | Xlendi Beach, Gozo Island

Distance | 7.1 km out-and-back

Time Needed | 2:40 hours

Difficulty | Easy

When to Hike | November – May

Where to Stay in Xlendi | San Antonio Guesthouse – Bed & Breakfast (budget), or Viewpoint Boutique Living Xlendi Gozo (midrange-luxury)

Learn More: Best Coastal Hikes in Malta and Gozo

7. Bobotov Kuk, Durmitor National Park, Montenegro

Hiking to Bobotov Kuk in Durmitor, Montenegro, Europe

Bobotov Kuk (also spelled Bobotov Kuv) is the highest peak (2,523 m) in Durmitor National Park and a favorite hiking destination in Montenegro. To start this hike in the Dinaric Alps, head to “Sedlo,” the pass on the scenic P14 road, which is 14 km outside of Žabljak. 

Initially, the trail is mostly flat, gently meandering across meadows for 1:30 – 2 hours. The surrounding mountains dazzle with their unique shapes and geological features. It’s like walking through a colossal sculpture gallery.

Soon after passing the small lake Zeleni Vrh, the trail ascends dramatically. The final stretch to the summit is partially secured and requires a bit of scrambling.

Trail poles like the Unisex Black Diamond Hiking Pole  are very helpful, especially on the descent.

Trailhead | Sedlo on P14

Distance | 10.6 km out-and-back

Time Needed | 6 hours

Difficulty | Moderately Difficult

When to Hike | Summer, Early Fall

Recommended Itinerary | 2 Week Montenegro Road Trip

Where to Stay in Žabljak | Apartments Sipcic (budget), Guest House Durmitor Paradise (midrange), or Hotel Soa (luxury)

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8. Roques de García, Tenerife, Spain

Roques de García Hiking Trail, Teide National Park, Tenerife

When it comes to hiking in Europe, most hiking destinations are only accessible in the summer. However, there’s a wonderful exception.

If you want to hike in Europe in winter, head to the Canary Islands. We spent one month exploring Tenerife Island from December to January, and we were blown away by the scenic diversity and the trail options.

You can read about our favorite trails in Best Day Hikes in Tenerife

One particular hike everyone should do is the Roques de García loop trail in Teide National Park.

The park’s main attraction is Mount Teide (3715 m), the highest mountain in Spain. However, the Roques de García rock formation is another attraction worth visiting.

The trail starts at the Mirador de la Ruleta viewpoint, directly across from Parador Nacional, in the Las Cañadas caldera. From the Mirador de la Ruleta lookout point, you’ll see the impressive La Catedral rock jutting out of the Caldera floor. In the background, the caldera rim looks like a wall of stone.

With Mount Teide (Spain’s highest mountain) in full view, the trail loops around these craggy rocks in just over an hour.

Trailhead | Mirador de la Ruleta, Teide National Park

Distance | 4.2 km circuit

Time Needed | 1:30 hours

Difficulty | Easy

When to Hike | November – May

Recommended Itinerary | 7 Day Tenerife Road Trip

Where to Stay | Parador de Las Cañadas del Teide (luxury) in Teide Nationalpark, or El Tejar Hotel & Spa (midrange) in Vilaflor

Learn More: Best Hikes in Teide National Park

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9. Seven Lakes Valley, Julian Alps, Slovenia

Dvojno jezero, Seven Lakes Valley, Triglav National Park
Seven Lakes Valley, Julian Alps

Seven Lakes Valley (aka Triglav Lakes Valley) is one of the most enchanting destinations in Triglav National Park and one of the best day hikes in Slovenia. The valley contains a string of seven lakes, each uniquely beautiful.

There are several different approaches to Triglav Lakes Valley, including the route starting at Koča pri Savici, accessible from Ukanc, and the one starting at Planina Blato, high above Stara Fužina. Ukanc and Stara Fužina are two small settlements near Lake Bohinj.

We recommend hiking to Triglav Lakes Valley from Planina Blato, which is the easier approach. On the way to Seven Lakes Valley, you’ll hike across some of the loveliest alpine pastures in the Julian Alps, including Planina pri Jezeru, Planina Viševnik, and Planina Ovčarija. 

From the Štapce saddle (1851 m), you’ll descend to Dvojno Jezero (Double Lake), where the Koča pri Triglavskih jezerih (Triglav Lakes Hut) is happily situated. 

If you thirst for adventure, consider hiking this challenging two-day Seven Lakes Valley hike, which follows the thrilling Špičje ridge.

Trailhead | Planina Blato

Distance | 14.2 km out-and-back

Difficulty | Easy-Moderate 

Time Needed | 7 hours out-and-back

When to Hike | Summer, Fall

Recommended Itinerary | 2 Week Slovenia Road Trip

Where to Stay in Ribčev Laz | Hostel pod Voglom (budget), Apartments and rooms Cerkovnik (midrange), or Hotel Bohinj (luxury)

Where to Stay in Stara Fužina | Pr `Agotnik apartmaji sobe Bohinj (midrange), Hotel Majerca (midrange-luxury), or Apartmaji Triglav (midrange-luxury)

Learn more: Triglav Lakes Valley Day Hike

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10. Tossals Verds Circuit Trail, Mallorca, Spain

Canal des Embassaments, Tramuntana Mountains, Mallorca

Puig des Tossals Verds (1118 m) is a mountain in the Serra de Tramuntana range on the island of Mallorca.

A very satisfying circuit trail loops around Puig des Tossals Verds, following the GR 221 almost the whole way. 

We loved this trail because it’s scenically varied. The trail meanders between beautiful limestone mountains, above narrow gorges, through olive groves and oak forests, and along a long water canal. 

Starting near the Cúber Reservoir, the trail first ascends to Coll de sa Coma des Ases. From the saddle, the trail descends across a stunning high valley towards the Torrent d’Almedra stream/gorge.

It continues to the managed Refugio Tossal Verds and up through an olive grove and oak forest to Coll des Coloms. The final leg follows the Canal des Embassaments water canal all the way back to the Cúber bus stop/car park. 

Trailhead | Cúber Reservoir Car Park

Distance | 11.4 km circuit

Time Needed | 4:30 hours

Difficulty | Moderate

When to Hike | Fall, or Spring

Recommended Itinerary | 7 Day Mallorca Road Trip

Where to Stay in Sóller | Hostel Sóller – Albergue Juvenil (budget), Hotel El Guía (midrange), Ecocirer Healthy Stay (vegan boutique B&B), and Finca Ca’s Curial – Agroturismo – Adults Only (luxury)

Learn More: Tossals Verds Circuit Trail

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11. San Pedro to Agaete, Gran Canaria, Spain

Era de Berbique to Agaete Trail, Gran Canaria

San Pedro is a hamlet in Agaete Valley (Valle de Agaete in Spanish) in northwest Gran Canaria

A short, but stellar point-to-point hike leads from San Pedro up to Era de Berbique, an old threshing floor, and then down to Agaete and/or Puerto de las Nieves, the port of Agaete. 

This trail is signed and in excellent condition. Overall, it’s a moderate hike with excellent views of Agaete Valley, the Riscos de Tamadaba, Roque Faneque cliffs, and the northwest coast of Gran Canaria. There’s no technical difficulty. 

The path initially follows the pilgrim route Camino de los Romeros, passing the Cuevas de Berbique caves along the way. 

Starting Point | San Pedro, Valle de Agaete.

Ending Point | Puerto de las Nieves or Agaete

Distance | 8.3 km point-to-point

Time Needed | 3:45 – 4 hours

Difficulty | Moderate

When to Hike | November – March

Recommended Itinerary | 7 Day Gran Canaria Road Trip

Where to Stay in Agaete | Casa Calma Yoga Guesthouse (budget), Hotel Puerto de Las Nieves (midrange), or Hotel & Spa Cordial Roca Negra (luxury) 

Learn More: San Pedro to Agaete

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12. Kreuzeck to Höllentalklamm Gorge, Bavarian Alps, Germany

Höllentalklamm Hike, Bavaria, Germany

Höllentalklamm (Valley of Hell Gorge) is a wild, narrow gorge located near Garmisch-Partenkirchen at the foot of Zugspitze in Upper Bavaria, Germany.

A thrilling, well-secured path leads through the gorge, rewarding hikers with a full-sensory experience of one of Bavaria’s greatest natural wonders. 

This Kreuzeck to Höllental valley hike strings together a panoramic peak, an incredible ledge trail, the Höllentalangerhütte mountain hut, and of course the Höllentalklamm gorge. It’s a short day hike which keeps on giving.

Trailhead | Kreuzeck Cable Car mountain station

Distance | 13 km circuit

Time Needed | 4:30 hours

Difficulty | Moderate in dry conditions

When to Hike | Summer and Early Fall, when the gorge is snow-free

Recommended Itinerary | 10 Day Bavarian & Tyrol Road Trip

Where to Stay in Garmisch-Partenkirchen | Olympiahaus (budget), Quartier – Lodges Biohotel (midrange-luxury), or Werdenfelserei (luxury)

Learn More: Kreuzeck to Höllentalklamm Gorge Hike

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13. Red Wine Trail, Ahr Valley, Germany

Ahr Valley Wine Region, Germany

The Red Wine Trail is a 35 km hiking trail from Altenahr to Bad Bodendorf in the Ahr Valley, Germany. Though the trail can be hiked from start to finish in two days, most hikers will walk a segment of the trail as a day hike. 

Winding through steeply terraced vineyards, this romantic walking trail connects wine-making villages in Germany’s largest red-wine-growing region. The whole point of this hike is to savor the beauty of the sloping vineyards whilst tasting the region’s celebrated pinot noir wines. So, it’s basically a winery crawl. 

Don’t miss the wines in Weingut O. Schell in Rech and the Flammkuchen in Weingut Kloster Marienthal. 

Trailhead | We recommend starting your hike in either Altenahr or Mayschoß.

Distance | Various (up to 35 km)

Time Needed | Depends on how much wine you drink 

Difficulty | Easy 

When to Hike | Late Spring, Summer, Early Fall 

Where to Stay in Bad Neuenahr-Ahrweiler | Villa Aurora Bad Neuenahr (midrange), or Hotel Ahrbella (midrange)

Learn More: Ahr Valley Travel Guide

14. Grand Balcon Nord, Chamonix, France

Grand Balcon Nord, Chamonix, France

The highest mountain in Europe, west of the Caucasus, is Mont Blanc (4,809 meters / 15,777 feet). Straddling the French-Italian border, the Mont Blanc mountain range is famous for its cascading glaciers, ice-crusted domes, and sharp needle-like peaks. 

People from all over the world flock to Chamonix, France. to see Mont Blanc. One of the most popular hiking trails in Europe circumnavigates the Mont Blanc Range. You’ve probably heard of it: the famous Tour du Mont Blanc.

You don’t have to be a mountaineer or a long distance hiker to take in the beauty of these magnificent mountains. There are some spellbinding balcony trails above Chamonix Valley, suitable for everyone.

The Grand Balcon Nord trail connects Montenvers with Plan de l’Aiguille. It’s an easy panoramic trail with wondrous views of Mer de Glace (Sea of Ice) glacier, the Aiguilles de Chamonix (Chamonix Needles) group of the Mont Blanc massif, and the Aiguilles Rouges massif.

Trailhead | Montenvers-Mer de Glace train station in Chamonix

Distance | 12.6 km out-and-back

Time Needed | 4:40 hours

Difficulty | Easy 

When to Hike | Summer

Where to Stay in Chamonix | Heliopic Hotel & Spa (midrange – top choice), Chalet Hôtel Le Prieuré (midrange), or Alpina Eclectic Hotel & Spa Chamonix (luxury)

Learn More: Grand Balcon Nord Hike

15. Wachau World Heritage Trail, Austria

Weissenkirchen an der Donau, Wachau, Austria

The Wachau World Heritage Trail (Welterbesteig in German) is a 180 km long hiking trail along the Danube River Valley in Austria. This trail is divided into 14 stages, each of which can be hiked as day hikes. From the trail, hikers enjoy sweeping views of the Danube river, steep terraced vineyards, and hilltop castles.

The Wachau Valley is one of Austria’s most romantic regions and it’s only a 1 hour drive, or train ride, from Vienna.

One of our favorite stages is from Dürnstein to Krems.

Though it’s possible to hike the Wachau World Heritage Trail all-year-round, Autumn is the most spectacular time of year.

Difficulty | Easy – Moderate

When to Hike | All year round

Where to Stay in Weissenkirchen | Hotel Garni Weinquadrat (midrange) or Hotel-Restaurant Kirchenwirt (midrange-luxury)

Where to Stay in DürnsteinBioweingut Schmidl (midrange), Hotel Schloss Dürnstein (luxury), or Hotel Richard Löwenherz (luxury)

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