St. Jakob church - Telescope Trail No. 38, Vöran

Telescope on the trail no. 38 near the Waldbichl Inn in Vöran/Verano with view on the Church St. Jacob in Mölten/Meltina.

The Romanesque church of St. Jakob is visible from quite a distance and is located at the highest point of the Salto Plateau at an elevation of 1,525 metres.The church was first referenced in 1300. In 1900, Pastor Johann Luggin tackled a restoration and the church was inaugurated a year later. In 1970, frescoes dating from the seventeenth century were discovered and partially excavated in the church, which was originally Romanesque but Gothicised in 1510. On the altar, we find St. Jacob, who is the protector of the wayfarer, and two patron saints of plague sufferers, Roch and Sebastian.

The Telescopes cannot rotate: it is meant to focus solely on a single building.

description to arrive at destination
Coming from both directions of the freeway Meran/Merano - Bolzano/Bozen (MEBO), take the exit of Meran Süd/Merano Sud and follow directions towards Meran first, to then turn right towards Hafling/Avelengo, follow the street to Vöran/Verano – the parking place is located above Grüner Baum Restaurant/Das Stübele Restaurant. From there follow trail no. 16 by foot until the Leadner Alm Mountain hut and on to the restaurant Waldbichl on trail no. 38.
Shortdescription

The Telescopes it is meant to focus solely on a single building. The small church of St. Jacob in Langfenn can be seen here.

Park

Parking area near the festival ground in Vöran/Verano, on charge

Public transport

With the bus until the bus stop "Sportplatz Vöran", follow the way no. 16 to the Leadner Alm Mountain hut and on to the Waldbichl restaurant on trail no 38:

  • Bus no. 204 "Hafling - Vöran - Mölten - Terlan - Bozen" 
  • Bus no. 225 "Meran - Hafling - Falzeben" (until Hafling Dorf, than change to busline no. 204)

You'll find the time table on the site: www.suedtirolmobil.info/en/

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