970 St. Galler Panoramaweg
970 St. Galler Panoramaweg

Hiking

St. Galler Panoramaweg

St. Galler Panoramaweg

St. Gallen (Haggen)–St. Gallen (Schwarzer Bären)

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St. Galler Panoramaweg

St. Galler Panoramaweg

On this tour you can enjoy a splendid panorama of St Gallen, with its abbey that was registered as a UNESCO world cultural heritage site in 1983. In summer, the Art Nouveau Drei Weieren swimming baths entice bathers to take a cool dip.
This route begins at the station Haggen and passes along meadows and woods. The path continues through various quarters high above the town St. Gallen. With the wide variety of locations, you are constantly tempted to take a look at the town from a new angle.

The particular highlight of this route is the path along the pool landscape beneath the Freudenberg, with the Art Nouveau swimming baths directly above the historical city centre of St. Gallen. The Drei Weieren entice bathers to take a cool dip in summer and in winter they are a popular meeting point for ice-skating fans. After the last of the three pools, the route continues along the woodland edge further up the Freudenberg. The last section of the trail leads through a forest to the Black Bear, further along the Wenigerweier and to St. Georgen.
On this tour you can enjoy a splendid panorama of St Gallen, with its abbey that was registered as a UNESCO world cultural heritage site in 1983. In summer, the Art Nouveau Drei Weieren swimming baths entice bathers to take a cool dip.
This route begins at the station Haggen and passes along meadows and woods. The path continues through various quarters high above the town St. Gallen. With the wide variety of locations, you are constantly tempted to take a look at the town from a new angle.

The particular highlight of this route is the path along the pool landscape beneath the Freudenberg, with the Art Nouveau swimming baths directly above the historical city centre of St. Gallen. The Drei Weieren entice bathers to take a cool dip in summer and in winter they are a popular meeting point for ice-skating fans. After the last of the three pools, the route continues along the woodland edge further up the Freudenberg. The last section of the trail leads through a forest to the Black Bear, further along the Wenigerweier and to St. Georgen.
11 km | 1 Stage
500 m | 380 m
3 h 10 min
easy (hiking trail) | medium

Arrival | return travel

Arrival / return travel St. Gallen Haggen
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Arrival / return travel St. Gallen, Bach St. Georgen
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Contact

St.Gallen-Bodensee Tourismus
Bankgasse 9
9001 St.Gallen
Tel. +41 (0)71 227 37 37
info@st.gallen-bodensee.ch
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Accommodation

Jugendherberge St. Gallen
Jugendherberge St. Gallen
St. Gallen
Hof Hohenwiesen
Hof Hohenwiesen
St. Gallen
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Places

St. Gallen
St. Gallen
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Places of interest

Bridge building in Eastern Switzerland
Bridge building in Eastern Switzerland
Old Town of St.Gallen
Old Town of St.Gallen
Abbey District of St.Gallen
Abbey District of St.Gallen
Textile Museum
Textile Museum
City Lounge
City Lounge
Historical and Ethnological Museum SG
Historical and Ethnological Museum SG
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Swimming

Drei Weieren St. Gallen
Drei Weieren St. Gallen
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Signalization

Signalization
For hiking, follow the logo indicated on the yellow signposts. Take a printout of our web map on your hike for safety's sake.
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