A Walk to rITTERspielplatz


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  • EasyLevel
  • access_time0:17 hDuration
  • arrow_right_alt1,3 kmDistance
  • terrain712 mHighest point
  • trending_up10 mUphill
  • trending_down10 mDownhill
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Tour information

Let’s start this leisurely walk in the village square of Itter. From there we walk in the direction of Stefans Dorfladl and turn left into the side road at the rose-signpost. Soon we get to the viewing platform from where we can see Itter Castle.
We continue along the edge of the forest and soon the play castle comes into sight. The knights’ realm playground along the Rosenweg trail inspires children to learn more about the village and its landmark in a playful way. There, children can romp around and run riot while their parents can relax on the cosy benches and wooden loungers.
To get back from where we started, we walk through Itterer Dörfl and its traditional farmhouses and then along the road to Itter back to the village centre. .

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A Walk to rITTERspielplatz


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  • Asphalt, forest road
  • breathable outdoor clothing
    sufficient water & snacks
    first-aid kit
    fully charged mobile phone & charger
    hiking map & guide literature
    probably GPS device or GPS data on mobile phone
    sun protection (sunscreen, sunglasses, hat)
    rainwear & cash
  • Fom Innsbruck/Munich: A12 exit Wörgl Ost - feeder road B178 direction St. Johann i. T. & Kitzbühel - after the tunnel stay on the B178 for approx. 3km (drive under the roundabout) - follow Luechstraße to Loferer Straße - at the large crossroads (left Itter industrial estate) turn right onto Itterer Straße - after a slight road climb you will reach the village square after approx. 1.5km.

    From Kitzbühel: B170 Brixentalstraße in the direction of Wörgl - drive through Hopfgarten until shortly before the town exit (Hopfgarten railway station) - approx. 100m after Hopfgarten railway station, follow the signs to the right to Itter - on Itterer Straße approx. 2km up the mountain until you reach the village square
  • free parking at the village square

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