When the wind is playing with your hair, the clouds are slowly passing through the mountains and the smell of fresh soil is hanging in the air, that's when the secretly most beautiful time of the hiking season is starting. On almost empty trails, there's enough space the enjoy the panorama and feel incredibly alive. Plus, the alpine huts are twice as cozy now. So grab one of your favorite humans, tie your hiking boots and set out to one of the last adventures of the year.
If time is scarce, you can easily combine the first two days and depending on the weather, include or skip the higher peaks of Rotwand and Brecherspitz. No matter how, with our Three-Lakes-Tour, you'll have a breathtaking view on Tegernsee, Schliersee and Spitzingsee in Munich's backyard mountains.
The first day is leisurely and good on an evening feasible. If you still have excess energy, take off your backpack in the Schönfeld hut and climb quickly to the Jägerkamp to see how the darkness sets over the valley.So Friday afternoon fast to the Munich Hbf, hop in the BOB, change at Schliersee in the bus and shoulder bag in Spitzingsattel.
The breakfast tastes twice as good at 1400 meters, but the wilderness is calling. So into the hiking boots, up on the dove stone and enjoy the vision. In the Rotwandhaus there's a refreshment for the last meters up to the 1884 m high Rotwand. After so much foresight and two peaks in the calves, a soft night camp in the Albert Link hut suddenly seems very seductive.
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If you really want to wake up, jump into the Spitzingsee shortly after leaving, or at least throw a handful of mountain water in your face. And you can think again of the lunch snack in the beautiful Upper Firstalm. If the weather permits, Brecherspitz with its exposed ridge crossing is an absolute must. At the Bodenschneid summit, breathe in the mountain air and enjoy the panoramic view before starting the descent to the Tegernsee.Alternatively, take a bus from Enterrottach or descend directly to Lake Tegernsee. From here it goes with the BOB back to Munich.