In Lenggries kannst du dich auf eine Vielzahl von einfachen Wanderwegen und bewirtschaftete Hütten und Almen, bei denen Kinder aufregende Spielmöglichkeiten in der Natur finden und sich mit einer Brotzeit stärken können, freuen. Die Brauneck-Bergbahn, am Lenggrieser Hausberg Brauneck, erleichtert kleinen Bergliebhabern den Gipfelsturm. In der Gondel nach oben schweben und oben von Hütte zu Hütte wandern ist auch für unsere Kleinsten Bergfexen problemlos möglich. Der Weg von der Bergstation zur Tölzer Hütte ist auch für Kinderwagen geeignet.Tipp: In der Tourist Information Lenggries erhaltet ihr zudem den Lenggrieser Kinderwanderpass, wo ihr die Möglichkeit habt euren Lenggrieser Wanderkristall zu erwandern. lenggries.de/sommer/kinderwanderpass Wir wünschen allen Familien viel Spaß beim Wandern im Bergparadies – Lenggries!
Nice tour over blooming alpine pastures, impressive view of the northern Alps and the Upper Bavarian lakes.From the mountain station, the route climbs briefly up to the Brauneck summit cross with a unique, fascinating view of the high alpine chain of the Karwendel and northwards with a beautiful view of the Isar valley to Bad Tölz and, in good weather, to Munich. From here the path leads west past the paraglider and hang-glider starting point, then on a path below the Schrödelstein and through the freed alpine pastures to the panorama path.Return on the Panoramaweg or on to the Großer Höhenweg or on to the Almrundwanderweg.
The panorama path is an almost flat path that can also be used with all-terrain pushchairs.The hike begins at the mountain station (1500 m) and ends at the Tölzer Hütte (approx. 20 min.) From the Tölzer Hütte, the route is the same - this section is no longer suitable for pushchairs - first slightly downhill, past the Quenger Alm, the Strasser Alm and then ascending to the Stie-Alm with Almkäserei (45 min.). The way back is the same.
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A leisurely walk across meadows and meadows, which can be expanded as required.You can hike the Steinbach-Obergries-Gaißach hike in three different ways. In the beginning, all three variants lead on the same route. The tour starts at the parish church in Lenggries. From here you go up Kirchstrasse, which then merges into Bachmairgasse. At the first intersection, turn left into Leitenweg, which after a while becomes Jugendherbergsstraße. Follow this path until you arrive in the Steinbach district. You also hike through this and follow the path until you are directly in front of the Steinbach. From here, the paths separate.Varinate 1: Here you turn left towards Obergries. You follow the path until you come to the next crossing in the forest. Here you turn left and walk through a residential area. Follow this path until you have arrived in the center of town. (4 km, 1 1/2 h)
A mountain valley, secluded and full of romance and a wonderful view of the rock massif between Benediktenwand and Brauneck.The path starts at the Schwarzenbach bridge in Langeneck (1 km after Wegscheid, parking lot). It only leads moderately uphill along the stream to a managed piece of forest, past a small bridge to Duftalm (not managed) and after the bend immediately right - slightly rising - to the upper terrace, which resembles an extensive alpine pasture.Following the stream down to Obermurbach, further to the Isaruferweg in Wegscheid and up the Isar back to the parking lot at Langeneck.
Easy hike on a comfortable path without a slope in the area of the Isar meadows. The tour starts at the Isar Bridge on the western side of the Isar. From here you hike upstream towards Wegscheid.Along the course of the Isar and Jachen, you walk through idyllic floodplains, always accompanied by the rippling of the stream. In Wegscheid you walk further south to Langeneck. From there it continues on the Jachensteg to the Landerermühle in Leger, where you can fortify yourself with a delicious cake.The path then goes back towards Wegscheid. There you go over the Breton Bridge to the east bank and downstream to Lenggries. Back in Lenggries, attractions such as the local history museum, the natural swimming pool or the Isarwelle family pool attract visitors.
Walk in front of a unique backdrop: Hohenburg Castle, Calvary, view over the Isar Valley, natural streams & ponds.The walk to Hohenburg Castle begins at the car park in Karwendelstrasse. From here you go into the Grand Duchess Maria Anna way. Follow this path until you are past the Calvary and are at a crossroads. Here you take the paved path on the left. This will take you directly to Hohenburg Castle.Behind the castle, the hiking trail continues to the Hohenburger pond. On the opposite side of the lake you hike down a small piece of forest. Then you get to the Oberreiterweg and follow this until you have arrived at the Lenggrieser Schule.Here you go down Geiersteinstraße until you come to the tourist information. Here you turn left into Herwarthstraße. This road will take you directly to your starting point.
On the nature and adventure trail we get to know the wild Isar river on its upper reaches. From the Lenggrieser Isar bridge we will walk 1.5 km upstream on the Isar hiking trail and make detours into the floodplains - this is the natural landscape formed by the river. On the way there are boards with the numbers and QR codes of the individual stations. Our common NATURE EXPERIENCE ISAR ends at the parking lot south of the Hirschbach. After that, anyone can continue on their own. Of course, everyone can explore just individual sections of the ISAR NATURE EXPERIENCE as they please.If we take our time and pack a few things, we can spend a few hours here playing and researching.We recommend:
Snack, camera, for children: changing pants and shoes, if available: magnifying glass, binoculars, old jam jar, drawing materials, depending on the weather: rain protection, swimming gear for the excavator pond