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20°C/68°F
70% Fineweather
3000mm
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Saturday
20°C/68°F
50% Fineweather
3000mm
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Sunday
21°C/70°F
60% Fineweather
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High pressure remains stationary and we can thus look forward to another marvellous day! There will be plenty of sunshine with just harmless cumulus clouds.

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During the next few days it will stay warm, but with the air becoming quite sultry at times, occasional thunderstorms may occur, especially in the late afternoon and evening.

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From the Kurpark spa gardens in Igls, walk south along the east side of Congresspark Igls and continue through the forest following signs for "Archäologiepfad Goldbichl" (the Goldbichl archaeology trail).

Around 4,000 years ago, the Goldbichl was a powerful sanctuary and a place of widespread importance. Today, a forest hiking trail leads from the Kurpark spa gardens in Igls to the prehistoric ritual site once used for burning offerings. Illustrated information boards reveal more about various aspects of daily life and religious rites. Experience the magic of the place. 

You can learn more about this topic and admire the most significant Bronze and Iron Age artefacts found on the Goldbichl at the museum in the "Haus des Gastes" (Hilberstraße 15, 6080 Igls).

Tourismus Information Igls
Hilberstraße 15
6080 Igls
Altitude up 140 m
Highest Point 1042 m
Route length 1.7 km
Duration ascend 30min
Duration descend 30min
Total duration 30min
Starting point Igls - Kurpark
Endpoint Igls - Goldbichl
Best season April - October
City Igls
Trail surface forest trail, asphalt
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The Goldbichl archaeology trail

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