Things to do in Pettneu am Arlberg

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Things to Do in Pettneu am Arlberg

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  • Murpholocity
    Shrivenham, UK195 contributions
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    We came here three times during our week stay in Pettneu. Worth it after a long day hiking the hills. We used the steam and saunas but beware, we didn't know it was nude until we got there. None the less, very relaxing. Would have given it full marks if it had a hot tub!
    Written 16 March 2018
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  • thetravellingmanUk
    uk9,501 contributions
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    Visited the small village of Schnann with my wife during a week's vacation in the Austrian Tyrol.
    We had heard about Schnann Gorge and were keen to pay a visit.
    Schnann Gorge is located, and accessible from the upper part of Schnann village.
    This walk/hike is not suitable for the disabled, or those with walking difficulties, and should only be attempted by the sure footed, and appropriate footwear should be worn.
    The walk commences by climbing over which can only be described as like a stepped wall dyke. From here a narrow path leads on to a set of steps which takes you to Schnann Gorge. There are metal steps, and a 'see-through' metal grid with handrails to negotiate, which to us was the most exciting and perhaps scary part! From here on up the path leads on crossing a bridge, stairs to climb, some rope handrails for the steep parts, waterfalls, and a few viewpoints along the way. It culminates with a very huge waterfall at the top, and there is a large bench for a well earned rest!
    We took a different route back through tunnels (this route can clearly be seen from the large bench), one in particular was long and dark. This route brings you back down to near the starting point on the opposite side of the gorge.
    This to us was a thoroughly enjoyable experience, and one which we would recommend to those who have the stamina!
    Written 25 June 2018
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  • thetravellingmanUk
    uk9,501 contributions
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    My wife and I came across this beautiful church during a walk around the small village of Schnann.
    Known as pfarrkirche hl. Rochus or in English parish church St. Rochus.
    The church was built in 1638-1642 as a plague church, renovated in the second half of the 18th century and renovated and extended in 1927/8 to plans by Karl Ludwig Paulmichl. The baroque building with round apse and north tower has a round arch portal with capstone from 1789 on.
    My wife and I were both intrigued by the beauty of these village churches, both from the exterior and interior. Most are open, and to us, made for an interesting look around.
    Written 25 June 2018
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  • thetravellingmanUk
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    Whilst out walking, and exploring the local area with my wife, we came across this little chapel just on the outskirts of the village as we entered Pettneu am Arlberg.
    The little chapel to Sankt Sebastian looks more like a house in size.
    The chapel has roads on either side of it, albeit the roads were not busy during our visit, and the setting is just absolutely beautiful.
    We were rather interested in the story that goes with it too, as to why it was built in such a dangerous place/location - i.e. avalanches etc.
    Apparently it has suffered a lot over the years.
    The main door was open during our visit, although access was restricted due to a metal grilled frame, but we were still able to take photographs through the frame.
    A memorable visit.
    Written 29 June 2018
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  • thetravellingmanUk
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    During our walk around the quiet little village of Pettneu am Arlberg, this was the second church that we came across. It is considerably larger than the small Saint Sebastian church which is a little way further down the road.
    These churches in the Austrian Tyrol are really so pretty, well kept, and in many cases are surrounded by mountains as a backdrop.
    After admiring the church from the outside, we went in to have a look around.
    The inside was just truly beautiful, and lavishly decorated.
    We are not normally drawn to this sort of thing, but for us, the churches in the Austrian Tyrol are really something special.
    Definitely worth a look if you are in the area.
    Written 26 June 2018
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