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Knottnkino in Vöran

Knottnkino in Vöran

Hafling - Vöran - Meran 2000 Information Office
St. Kathreinstraße 2B
39010 Hafling/Avelengo
Operation Schedules
description to arrive at destination
With the car: 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 signs to Vöran/Verano:
  • Parking place at Eggerhof farm: about 2 kilometers before Vöran is the parking place.
  • Parking place in Vöran: the parking place is near the parish church in the centre. Follow trail no. 12 to the Knottnkino (about 1 hour and 20 minutes).

With the cable car: Coming from both directions of the freeway Meran - Bozen (MEBO), take the exit of Lana Süd/Lana Sud and follow directions towards Burgstall/Postal. Follow Romstraße/Via Roma for about 1.5km. Follow trail no. 12 to the Knottnkino (about 1 hour and 20 minutes).

General description

The Knottnkino (Rock Cinema) is the work of artist Franz Messner, who hails from Renon. The Knottnkino sits atop a red porphyry rock formation, Rotstein Knott Mountain, which is located in Vöran/Verano on 1,457 metres.

The lookout point, outfitted with thirty cinema seats made of steel and chestnut wood, is a wonderful place for hikers to take a seat, unwind, and enjoy a unique experience: nature as cinema. The site overlooks the whole of the Adige Valley so visitors enjoy stunning views that encompass the Texel Group Nature Park, Mount Penegal, and even Corno Bianco/Weißhorn Mountain farther afield.

In the local German dialect spoken in South Tyrol, Knottn means ‘rock’. Millions of years ago, when lava and falling ash formed the Tschögglberg Mountain Plateau, these round, wine-red knolls also came into being. These rock formations are unparalleled in South Tyrol. In Verano, there are three: Rotstein, Beimstein and Unterstein Knott.

The Knottnkino³ circuit trail conects the three red porphyry rocks of Vöran/Verano. Starting from the Burgstall-Vöran upper cableway station, the trail leads to the three panoramic landmarks of Verano: the Rotstein, Beimstein and Timpfler Knott.

Public transport

With the bus until the bus stop "Egger" or "Vöran Dorf":

  • Bus no. 225 "Meran - Hafling - Falzeben"
  • Bus no. 204 "Hafling - Vöran - Mölten - Terlan – Bozen"

Valley station in Burgstall:

  • Bus no. 201 “Bozen - Meran“
  • Bus no. 215 “Lana - Burgstall - Gargazon“

From the bus stop "Egger" follow the way no. 14 until the Knottnkino (40 minutes).
From Vöran village follow the way no. 12 until the Knottnkino (1hour 20 minutes).
You'll find the time table on the site: www.suedtirolmobil.info/en/

  • Parking area at the Eggerhof farm, on charge
  • Parking area in Vöran Dorf/Verano paese, free of charge (near the parish church)
  • Free parking place at the valley station in Burgstall and the summit station in Vöran.