WEINWEG Langenlois

Theme trail from Ursin Haus Langenlois, LOISIUM WeinWelt

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Elevation profile

5,53 km length

Tour dates
  • Difficulty: Easy
  • Route: 5,53 km
  • Ascent: 132 egm
  • Descent: 132 egm
  • Duration: 1:49 h
  • Lowest point: 220 m
  • Highest point:342 m
Features
  • Round tour
  • Nice views
  • With refreshment stops
  • Suitable for families and children
  • Geological highlights
  • Botanical highlights

Details for: WEINWEG Langenlois

Description

Ein Spaziergang am WEINWEG Langenlois lässt Besucher tief in den Alltag und in die Gedanken der Winzer eintauchen und erkennen, was die Arbeit, die Freuden und Sorgen eines Winzerlebens ausmacht. Besucher lernen das Weinbaugebiet Kamptal, die Langenloiser Winzer und Weine kennen und erfahren allerlei Wissenswertes über die Kultivierung der Reben.

Unterstützt werden die Weinbauthemen durch teils spektakuläre Objekte und Skulpturen: so bohrt sich ein meterlanger Regenwurm durch den Weingarten und begleitet das Thema Bodenbearbeitung, aus einem Riesen-Sektrüttelpult wird eine Aussichtsplattform, eine Schaukel lädt zur Wetterbeobachtung ein u. v. m.

Starting point of the tour

Ursin Haus Langenlois, LOISIUM WeinWelt

Destination point of the tour

Ursin Haus Langenlois, LOISIUM WeinWelt

Route description WEINWEG Langenlois

From Ursin Haus in the centre of Langenlois, follow the signs from Kornplatz into Walterstraße. Turn right at Heurigenhof Bründlmayer and follow the footpath to LOISIUM WeinWelt. From there it continues along Loisium Allee, at the end of which you enter the vineyard through the "Weintor". Now you walk directly through the rows of vines. At the end of the vineyard, turn left and walk along the asphalted road until you reach the junction with the Taglergraben. From here it goes uphill past "Riesenrebschere" and "Kreuzungslabor" to the "Riedenportrait", an oversized picture frame that offers unusual views of the top locations opposite, such as the famous Heiligenstein. From here, follow the asphalted road for another 200m and then turn right onto the dirt road. The path now leads twice to the left up to the highest point of the hike at Käferberg. At the sculpture "untitled 2005" by Heimo Zobernig, an imposing seven-meter-high iron ball object reminiscent of a grape, the path goes to the right. Follow the path along the stone wall to the asphalted Schilterner Straße. There turn left and immediately right again. Now you go past the "Riesensektrüttelpult" up to the first vineyard hut with Weinsafe. Below the hut the path now leads again directly through the vineyard to the second hut. After a short steep section downhill to the right. Turn right at the end of the dirt road. Go down "Schenkenbichl" - past "Wetterschaukel", "Riesenregenwurm" and a vineyard hut made of stone -, enjoy the view on a platform once more and finally turn left into Zwettler Straße. Along the Loisbach you reach the Kornplatz, which is only a few minutes away from the starting point.

Directions

From Vienna: Donauuferautobahn A22 direction Stockerau, continue on the S5 direction Krems until exit Fels am Wagram and on the B34 until Langenlois. From the west: Westautobahn A1 direction Vienna to St. Pölten, continue on the S33 and B37 to Krems and on the B218 to Langenlois.

Starting points: Ursin Haus; 3550 Langenlois, Kamptalstraße 3  LOISIUM WeinErlebnisWelt; 3550 Langenlois, Loisium Allee 1

Parking

At the starting points.

Regular regional train connections between Langenlois and Hadersdorf (connection Vienna), Krems and Kamptal (fahrplan.oebb.at).

More info/links

Verantwortlicher für den Inhalt dieser Tour
Waldviertel Tourismus
Letzte Aktualisierung: 28.10.2019

Ursin Haus Vinothek & Tourismusservice GmbH
3550 Langenlois, Kamptalstraße 3
Tel. 02734 2000-0
info@ursinhaus.at
www.langenlois.at/weinweg  

Equipment

Solid shoes recommended.

Map recommendations

A folder with an overview map is available at the starting points.

Author's tip

A special extra for the wine hikers are the so-called "wine safes". Three vineyard huts along the route offer well chilled wines for tasting. The rental key to open the "wine safes" and tasting sets - practical shoulder bags with a Riedel glass and the WEINWEG book - are available from the starting points (for a fee, groups only by appointment).

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