The area nestling around the Zugspitze’s south side, affectionately known as the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena, is a playground for anyone who visit Germany’s highest mountain: For climbers and paragliders, for the active outdoorsman, for those looking for some rest and relaxation, and for those who just want a quick injection of nature. The region is a diverse smorgasbord of mountain bike trails, breathtaking launch points for paragliders and untouched hiking routes that wind all who walk them into the perfect summer holiday. Here, adventure means rediscovering a slower pace—adventure means rediscovering yourself. And with over 150 hiking routes of varying difficulty, the Tiroler Zugspitz Arena is the perfect place to head into the outdoors.
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Challenging mountain hike, where you will reach the path along a cool shady forest path, continuing along a path in the rock face (secured with ropes) to a path along the romantic lake Seebensee and over serpentines to the Coburg hut. The further way leads past the dragon lake over the Tajathörl and further over the Immensteig enter (partly with ropes insured). On mountain meadows you will pass the BrentAlm and back down to the Altmühlensteig and the Hofkapelle.
From the sports field follow the broad path along the creek to the junction "Loisachquellen". After about 400m left over a small bridge and follow the way to the sources (stamp office). At these arrived, leads a narrow path along the springs and continue on a slightly rising trail to the Mittersee (stamp office). The large lying area invites to a short rest. For younger guests there is also a playground with slide, sandpit, etc.
The path starts on the left below the panorama bath via the trail towards Tuftlalm. After about 10 minutes you reach the wide Kohlbergweg (forest road); Follow this gravel path to the Tuftlalm. This hike is also possible with a gelendegängigen stroller. With an additional hike of 5 minutes, you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the Lermoos, Ehrwald and Biberwier basin from the newly built viewing platform "Viewpoint".