Frozen lakes, winter forests, crunching snow under your shoes, white mountains and above them all the clear blue sky — that's winter in the Tannheimer Valley. In the most beautiful high valley of the Alps, not only experienced mountaineers and skiers can enjoy the winter mountain world: families and leisurely hikers also float on snow-covered winter days to the Gamskopf and the Neunerköpfle thanks to the cable cars and chair lifts or explore the picturesque landscape on specially prepared winter hiking trails. The "mountain cable cars included" offer is particularly practical. From a stay of at least three nights, hikers can use the three mountain cable cars in Tannheim, Grän and Nesselwängle free of charge from Monday to Thursday. With a height of 3,600 feet (1,100 meters), the Tannheimer Valley is ideally situated for snow hikes — so nothing stands in the way of exploring the winter mountain world.
We have selected the seven nicest winter hiking trails in the Tannheimer Valley, which will lead you to the most idyllic places in the winter landscape. Enjoy the magnificent view of the snow-covered mountains from the Neunerköpfle, admire the frozen Vilsalpsee, walk over winter mountain pastures and warm yourself at a steaming cup of punch on the terrace of an alpine hut.
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The hike from Tannheim over the Lohmoos high moor is one of the adventurous winter hikes in the Tannheimer Tal. On the one hand there are a few vertical meters on the program and on the other hand, large sections of the hiking trail are not cleared in winter. Experienced winter hikers will love the tour for its seclusion and quiet nature.