The plant labyrinth of encounter of the labyrinth municipality Hofkirchen i.M. as one of three great labyrinths is the starting point for a walking tour from labyrinth to labyrinth.
In the months July and August it is on Tuesday evening the place for a light labyrinth.
At the labyrinth congress 2012 it was on 2nd and 3rd of August the place for the first meetings.
On a very good made board of information at the fairground before the labyrinth you will find interesting statements.
Here some excerpts:
The three great labyrinths of Hofkirchen are connected by a well signposted footpath with each other. You can visit and walk the labyrinths at any time and for free. However, also guided or accompanied walking tours are offered.
Here some photographic impressions of the plant labyrinth:
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Who wants to visit the labyrinth, has several possibilities:
- Look for information on the website Labyrinthe Hofkirchen
- Ask anyone on site, because everybody in Hofkirchen knows the way
- Orientate and navigate on one’s own. Hikers and bikers will reach it directly, drivers must get out before. Here the geographical position of the stone labyrinth: 48 29 11.6 N, 13 48 36.8 E
Or take a look on Google Earth? The labyrinth is not to be seen as yet. But maybe in some years when the satellite images are replaced?
The labyrinth is approximately in the middle of the image, on the right side of a cart track above a small group of trees.
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