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From the Tourist-Information you first go westwards through the village to the Sankt-Wolfgang-Weg.

From here, follow the signs for path no.

5 (red, square).

Leaving the village along the small road, you go up steeply into the woods and at the crossroads where paths n.

5 and n.

1 separate, take the path on the left (Frather path).

After a few hundred metres a forest path branches off to the left, which leads a little later back to the Frather Weg - past countless rock formations.

A little later, along the Frather path, you leave the forest again, where you can admire a magnificent view.

After having hiked through the meadows and hedgerows above the village, you finally reach Frath, the destination of the hike.

History: The Frath is a former manor house which is said to have been built when the landlord of the area received rescue help from a shepherd during a fight with a bear.

Out of gratitude, the shepherd received the area as a tax-free gift.

The name Frath (Freedom) is derived from this and today the Gutsgasthof in the idyllically situated Frath, where two lime trees have been declared a natural monument, invites you to linger.

Children will find a great playground to romp around in.

Conclusion: An easy hike that is especially suitable for families with children.