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12 days through the Zugspitze region on the Spitzenwanderweg

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Zugspitz Region

124 miles (200 kilometers) and over 20,000 feet (6,800 meters) of altitude difference - that's the program for the Spitzenwanderweg. The brand new long-distance hiking trail leads you in twelve stages as a circular route through the varied landscape of the Zugspitze region. On the edge of moors and wide lakes, you hike through the hilly foothills of the Alps. You explore the Partnachklamm and the Höllentalklamm on exciting routes. Along Loisach and Isar you can enjoy quiet river valleys. Around Mittenwald you will be enchanted by unspoiled mountain forests. And on narrow paths, you'll climb up into the mountains of Karwendel, Wetterstein and the Ammer Mountains. Without question, Spitzenwanderweg is the perfect name for this dream hike.

The circular route begins in the artists' village of Murnau and leads you from here via Garmisch-Partenkirchen to the Alpenwelt Karwendel. After a stopover in the tranquil Mittenwald, you climb up the slopes of the Wetterstein mountains and through the Höllentalklamm gorge to the Zugspitz village of Grainau. From here you cross the picturesque Ammergebirge before you arrive back at the starting point after the circumnavigation of the lake Staffelsee. The individual stages have different demands on your ability and fitness. While the alpine stages through the Karwendel and Wetterstein mountains are especially suitable for enduring hikers, the sections through the foothills of the Alps and through the Ammer Mountains are also perfect for families and pleasure hikers. But also the Alpine routes lead over well-developed paths and wire-rope insured climbs. If you're looking for a little more excitement here, you can easily add one or two summit ascents.

As befits a circular trail, you can of course get on at any point or just hike individual stages. This is made easier by the fact that all stage locations – apart from the mountain huts Soiernhütte and Schachenhaus – can be reached by bus, train or cable car. So you can decide: Do you want to take the whole Spitzenwanderweg in one piece or do you want to divide it into different days and weekends? Whatever your decision, this Tour will be an unforgettable experience.

The top hiking trail is supported by the Bavarian State Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Forestry and the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development (EAFRD).

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Tours & Highlights

  • Intermediate
    04:58
    13.5 mi
    2.7 mph
    1,325 ft
    1,475 ft
    Intermediate Hiking Tour. Good fitness required. Mostly accessible paths. Sure-footedness required.

    In the Zugspitz region, this stage is designated as a hike (easy tour).In the middle of the idyllic pedestrian zone Murnau begins your first stage on the top hiking trail, which leads you first past the Protestant church of St. Nicholas and over several viewpoints to the outskirts. Through forests and pastureland, you will soon catch the first glimpse of Lake Froschlauer See, which you will then follow on a direct path.A short climb later and you can enjoy a first glorious panorama towards the Alps as you wander through small villages and meadows down to the broad Loisach. You follow its course - right on its shore, a narrow path leads you along the river and up to the next larger village. Ohlstadt is a typical Bavarian village and entices hikers to all sorts of indulgence: whether it's ice cream, drinks or refreshments - you'll be well prepared for the next section of the stage.First at the edge of the forest, a broad forest path leads you in and up into the forest, where over and over the tree tops the Zugspitz massif flashes again and again.A particularly nice detour leads you over 140 meters up to the view at the Heldenkreuz. We have planned the way for you so that you do not miss the panorama. Afterwards it is only a few minutes before you reach the center of Eschenlohe, your today's destination.

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  • Intermediate
    04:08
    9.72 mi
    2.4 mph
    575 ft
    300 ft
    Intermediate Hiking Tour. Good fitness required. Easily-accessible paths. Suitable for all skill levels.

    In the Zugspitz region, this stage is designated as a hike (easy tour).Today's stage is all about moor and forest - and, of course, in the sign of the unmissable Zugspitze, which you will come closer and closer to today. From the town center of Eschenlohes, you first climb a few meters uphill to reach the first lookout point along the way: In the midst of pastures, your gaze wanders over the Mühlbach and moor areas all the way to the Zugspitz massif, which is still far away.Passing the seven springs, the path will always lead you between the moor and the forest in the direction of Oberau and on pastures to Farchant. Here you stay on the eastern side of the Loisach and soon climb up through the woods and meadows on the narrow paths of the Philosophers' Way - the view of the Zugspitze accompanies you on every step.On rustic forest trails it goes on: The sounds of Garmisch partly in the ear, you wander on beautifully laid out paths, pass benches and religious monuments that betray the immediate vicinity of the pilgrimage church of St. Anton. A detour to the church is worthwhile and requires only a negligible detour.From the monument of King Ludwig II you descend to Garmisch-Partenkirchen - either to visit your accommodation or to travel by bus and train home.

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  • Intermediate
    04:44
    16.3 mi
    3.4 mph
    2,450 ft
    1,950 ft
    Intermediate Hiking Tour. Good fitness required. Mostly accessible paths. Sure-footedness required.

    In the Zugspitz region, this stage is designated as a mountain hike (medium-difficulty tour).At over 26 kilometers, the third stage is one of the longest on the top hiking trail. But on this route you will be offered something from the beginning: From the Olympic Ski Stadium the path leads you directly into the famous Partnachklamm. After paying the entrance fee at the entrance, enter the breathtaking gorge. Deep and in many places only a few meters wide, the water has eaten into the hard shell limestone and walk along elaborate bridges you walk directly through this natural spectacle.It's all too fast and you're standing in the middle of a bright forest after the dark ravine and the loud rumble of the stream. On a narrow path you climb up to Vordergraseck and continue on a serpentine path to Eckbauer. From now on you follow the mountain ridge and numerous lookouts invite you to enjoy the tranquility of nature to the fullest. Through beautiful forest, across vast meadows and past rustic sheds you reach the Elmauer Alm hut - a stop here you have honestly earned.Downhill you walk past Schloss Kranzbach. Afterwards, it first goes on narrow paths, later on a forest road to Klais. Here you change to the other side of the expressway and turn right at the height of the station - through the forest and clearings you reach the Grubsee. On the outskirts of the village Barmsee you change again the side of the highway and wandered from now on through forests and meadows to the finish Krün - the Karwendel now always in view.

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  • Difficult
    05:26
    8.21 mi
    1.5 mph
    2,550 ft
    200 ft
    Expert Hiking Tour. Very good fitness required. Mostly accessible paths. Sure-footedness required.

    In der Zugspitz Region wird diese Etappe als alpine Wanderung (schwere Tour) ausgewiesen.Deine heutige Etappe beginnt im Dorf Krün, direkt am Fuße der eindrucksvollen Schöttelkarspitze. Der Blick auf diesen Gipfel wird sich im Laufe des Tages wandeln, denn während du am Morgen noch von weit unten auf bewaldete Hänge blickst, wird der felsige Berg in wenigen Stunden zum Greifen nahe sein – oder blickst du womöglich von der Schöttelkarspitze selbst hinunter ins Tal?Um dir dieses Panorama zu verdienen, erwartet dich zunächst aber ein ebenerdiger Wanderweg entlang der wildromantischen Isar. In ihrem naturbelassenen, breiten Bachbett plätschert sie gleichmäßig neben deinem Weg dahin, bis du den Fluss nach wenigen Kilometern überquerst und in den Berghang abbiegst. Über breite Forststraßen geht es durch den herrlichen Wald bergauf, bis du nach den ersten 500 Höhenmetern eine erste Rast verdient hast: Die Fischbachalm steht auf weiten Almwiesen und verwöhnt die Wanderer und Bergsteiger mit kleinen Köstlichkeiten.Mit Blick auf die vordersten Felsgipfel des Karwendels kannst du hier für den nächsten Abschnitt Kraft tanken: Der Lakeiensteig ist wunderbar abwechslungsreich und führt auf schmalem Pfad quer durch den steilen Hang bis zum Soiernhaus. Immer wieder erwarten dich kurze ausgesetzte Passagen, die jedoch größtenteils mit Drahtseilen gesichert sind. Der Aus- und Tiefblick ist dafür umso fantastischer!Ebenso schön ist der Kontrast, wenn du kurz vor dem Soiernhaus unvermittelt in den Bergwald rund um die Soiernseen eintauchst. An der Weggabelung bleibt dann die womöglich wichtigste Entscheidung des Tages: erst ein Bad oder gleich zur Hütte? Leicht bergab geht es zu den herrlichen Bergseen, rechts über einen steinigen Pfad in wenigen Minuten zum Soiernhaus.Und wenn du jetzt immer noch vor Energie strotzt, bleibt auch eine dritte Variante: Rund 400 Höhenmeter und leichte Kletterei, die Trittsicherheit erfordert, trennen das Soiernhaus von der Schöttelkarspitze – bezahlt wird diese Mühe nicht nur mit einem unbeschreiblich schönen Panorama, sondern vor allem auch mit Tiefblick hinunter auf Krün, wo du heute Morgen gestartet bist.

  • Difficult
    07:10
    13.0 mi
    1.8 mph
    1,800 ft
    3,950 ft
    Expert Hiking Tour. Very good fitness required. Sure-footedness, sturdy shoes and alpine experience required.

    In der Zugspitz Region wird diese Etappe als alpine Wanderung (schwere Tour) ausgewiesen.Der fünfte Tag startet gleich mit einem fordernden Aufstieg – aber dafür wirst du auf jedem Schritt mit einer unfassbaren Aussicht auf die tief unter dir liegenden Soiernseen verwöhnt. Auch wenn der Weg dazu einlädt – raste hier noch nicht, den am schönsten ist der Ausblick am Joch unterhalb der Gumpenkarspitze. Und wenn du es noch ein wenig dramatischer haben möchtest, dann steigst du die letzten 100 Höhenmeter zum Gipfel auf.Hast du dich in die eine Richtung satt gesehen, brauchst du dich nur umzudrehen: Felsig und alpin ragen plötzlich die großen Gipfel des Karwendels vor dir auf. Während du auf herrlichen Wiesenpfaden hinabsteigst, kommst du aus dem Staunen kaum heraus. An allen Weggabelungen hältst du dich rechts und gelangst nach einem kurzen Gegenanstieg zum 1.787 Meter hohen Jöchel zwischen Hirzeneck und Soiernspitze. Wenn in dir ein echter Gipfelstürmer steckt, dann steigst du am besten noch auf Pfadspuren über grobes Geröll hinauf zur Soiernsitze, dem höchsten Gipfel rund um die Soiernseen.Vom Jöchel führt ein schöner Pfad durch herrlichen Bergwald zunächst hinunter zur bewirtschafteten Krinner-Kofler-Hütte und anschließend eine breite Forststraße bis zum Abzweig des Jägersteigs. Hier biegst du links ab und folgst dem Lauf des Seinsbachs – der jedoch im Sommer kein Wasser führt. Nach wenigen Minuten verwandelt sich der breite Weg in einen schmalen, rutschigen Pfad. Die Bänke des Bachs sind hier selbst lange nach Regenfällen nass. Wenn du nicht gerade über schmierige Steine balancierst, querst du einen der zahllosen Bäche oder Wasserfälle. Eine sagenhafte und zugleich abenteuerliche Passage, ganz besonders bei sommerlicher Hitze!Bald wird der Wald lichter und du gelangst über eine Weide hinunter zur Aschaukapelle nahe des – hier inzwischen ganzjährig wild brausenden – Seinsbaches. An dieser Stelle überquerst du ein weiteres Mal den Bach und gelangst bald an die Hauptstraße, der du für knapp einen Kilometer bis zum Kreidewerk folgst. Nun biegst du bei der Beschilderung „Buckelwiesen/Schmalensee” rechts in den Wald ab, absolvierst einen letzten steilen Gegenanstieg und findest dich nach wenigen Minuten plötzlich inmitten eines sagenhaften Panoramas wieder: Urige Holzschuppen stehen verstreut auf den weiten, saftigen Wiesen, etwas unterhalb glitzert der Schmalensee in der Abendsonne, während dahinter die mächtigen Felswände des Karwendels aufragen.Die Route führt dich auf einer schmalen Teerstraße direkt auf das Bergpanorama zu. Ein letztes Mal zweigt der Spitzenwanderweg in den Wald ab und führt dich dann hinab zum Etappenziel Mittenwald – allerdings nicht ohne dir kurz vor deiner Ankunft eine letzte Aussicht auf die Berge und die Stadt zu gönnen.

  • Difficult
    06:00
    8.91 mi
    1.5 mph
    3,825 ft
    750 ft
    Expert Hiking Tour. Very good fitness required. Sure-footedness, sturdy shoes and alpine experience required.

    From the contemplative Mittenwald the sixth stage takes you up again in a wild and romantic alpine landscape. Nevertheless, it goes on the stage at first comfortably: The first ten kilometers rise only gently and in safe weather you can allow yourself a little detour to the beach on the Lautersee.After the first steep 100 meters of altitude right on the outskirts of Mittenwald, you first wander on wide paths along a nature trail and numerous lookout points, before you reach the bathing lake after only two kilometers: The Lautersee is opened with a kiosk and beach and offers a first wonderful panorama , because the tips of the Karwendels are reflected in calm weather in the water surface.Visually almost even more beautiful is the following Ferchensee, which is lined with original mountain forests. Here begins a meditative hike through the forest - only interruption are the few clearings and now and then a stream.Only when you reach the Wettersteinalm at 1,530 meters altitude changes the claim: Below the impressive walls of the Wettersteinkamms you climb through alpine lawn, scree and pines up to the chess gate. At an altitude of 1,878 meters, a fabulous view of King Ludwig's Schachenschloss opens up immediately: with the wild peaks of the Zugspitze in the background, this perspective may well be the most beautiful you can get on the building.On track tracks you cross the large boulder field below Frauenalpkopf and Nördlicher Dreitorspitze and climb, if the Schachenhaus already seems within reach, again several meters, only to ascend on the other side on the forest road again. At least now you have your retreat in the Schachenhaus more than earned. After a first break, the remarkable Schachenschloss and the botanical Alpine garden will entice you.

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  • Difficult
    05:15
    7.39 mi
    1.4 mph
    2,250 ft
    3,025 ft
    Expert Hiking Tour. Very good fitness required. Sure-footedness, sturdy shoes and alpine experience required.

    In der Zugspitz Region wird diese Etappe als alpine Wanderung (schwere Tour) ausgewiesen.Zusammen mit der achten Etappe durch die Höllentalklamm ist die siebte vom Schachenhaus zum Kreuzeck wohl die mit dem stärksten alpinen Flair: Während deines Abstiegs – immerhin fast tausend Meter – hinunter ins Reintal bleibt dir in jedem Fall genügend Zeit zum Bestaunen der atemberaubenden Landschaft.Der Abstieg beginnt nahezu unmittelbar nach dem Start am Schachenhaus und dauert tatsächlich mehrere Stunden. Der Tiefblick hinunter ins Tal, der Weitblick auf die Felsspitzen des beliebten Klettergebiets rund um die urige Oberreintalhütte und natürlich die Aussicht auf das Zugspitzmassiv belohnen die Mühe. Dazu das Rauschen des Wassers inmitten des mystischen Waldes und die Bergwanderung ist perfekt.Steil und teilweise ausgesetzt – aber mit Drahtseilversicherungen – geht es in zahlreichen Serpentinen hinunter. Mit Erreichen des Oberreintals beginnt der Wald, der dir von hier bis zum Etappenziel Schatten spenden wird. Bald plätschert das erste Wasser neben dir, bevor es es mit jedem Meter wilder und wilder rauscht. Immer tiefer steigst du, während das Tosen des oft versteckten Baches auf reißende Wasserfälle und enge Tobel schließen lässt. Irgendwann verliert der Pfad an Steilheit und du findest dich im malerischen Reintal wieder. Die nahegelegene Bockhütte verspricht eine erste Belohnung für die geschafften Höhenmeter.Frisch ausgeruht und gestärkt wanderst du ohne größere Höhenunterschiede entlang der bläulich schimmernden Partnach durchs Tal. An welcher Stelle sollst du deine Füße in den eiskalten Bach halten? Eine schwere Entscheidung, denn ein Platz ist schöner als der andere. Die letzte Möglichkeit ist kurz nach der markanten Brücke, danach verschwindet die Partnach unvermittelt in ihrer berühmten Klamm.Hier verlässt du schließlich auch das Reintal. Auf breiten Forststraßen geht es in Richtung der nicht bewirtschafteten Laubhütte, die den niedrigsten Punkt der heutigen Etappe markiert. Bedeutet: Ab hier geht es wieder bergauf! Mit dem Rauschen der Bodenlahne im Ohr, wanderst du auf schmalen Pfaden durch herrlichen Wald. Nach einer Bachüberquerung führt der Pfad stetig ansteigend bergan, bevor er auf den letzten Höhenmetern nochmals deine Kondition herausfordert: In einigen Serpentinen geht es durch den steilen Wald hinauf auf das Plateau vom Kreuzeck. Erst einmal verschnaufen und die Aussicht genießen, bevor du dann dein Lager in der Kreuzeckhütte beziehst.

  • Intermediate
    04:38
    7.55 mi
    1.6 mph
    675 ft
    3,550 ft
    Intermediate Hiking Tour. Good fitness required. Mostly accessible paths. Sure-footedness required.

    In the Zugspitz region, this stage is designated as a mountain hike (medium-difficulty tour).After you have already practiced the extensive descent the previous day, you apply the learned today directly again: From the Kreuzeck hut it is initially still 140 meters up, but then almost 1,400 downhill! It certainly will not be boring, because you have made the climb through beautiful mountain meadows, alpine roses and pine trees to Hupfleitenjoch, it goes through a wild rocky landscape down to the uncultivated miners' houses.Again and again, wire ropes defuse the scary, sometimes steep path, which spoils you with a great view down to Hammersbach. After the miners' houses, the path soon becomes wooded, before suddenly the Höllentalangerhütte appears between the edge of the forest and the beginning of the gorge. Newly opened in 2015, the hut not only boasts a modern architecture and its own small hydropower plant, but above all a clear view of the highest peak in Germany: the 2,962 meter high Zugspitze towers directly above the hut into the sky.After a long break, continue your tour opposite the Zugspitze and descend into the well-known Höllentalklamm. You are just wandering through a wide basin, but after a short tunnel you are standing in the middle of the narrow, impressive gorge. High above you can see the sky over the rock walls, deep below you the water of the Hammersbach. The water you have not only acoustically in the ear, but in many places directly on the skin, because it gets wet in this gorge even in clear sunshine.At the ticket booth you pay retroactively for the entrance to the gorge - do not forget cash - and finally hike through dense forest down to Hammersbach. The last part of the day leads you finally to the Zugspitzdorf Grainau without much difference in altitude over wide meadows.

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  • Intermediate
    04:50
    13.2 mi
    2.7 mph
    1,750 ft
    1,125 ft
    Intermediate Hiking Tour. Good fitness required. Easily-accessible paths. Suitable for all skill levels.

    In the Zugspitz region, this stage is designated as a hike (easy tour).The ninth stage starts at the small station of Grainau and leads you first through a pretty little forest directly to the Loisach. You follow their course for a few kilometers until the route branches off at a trail parking lot from the valley.You leave the turbulent valley behind and ascend into another world: Through beautiful mountain forest, the path leads you now well-developed steadily uphill, the view is better with every step. Soon the mighty Zugspitze emerges behind you and the rocks of the Rauhenstein come into view.Shortly after a striking fork in the path, you have already reached the highest point of today's stage in a picturesque clearing. From now on, the path drops steadily and moderately and gives you time to explore the wide valley between Kienjoch and Friederspitz.Again and again you cross small streams or catch new perspectives on the surrounding mountains at the glades. Soon you will reach the pristine stream bed of the Elmaubach. You cross the rocky creek bed and shortly thereafter you meet the driveway in the direction of Linderhof Castle. You follow the road and after just under three kilometers you reach the destination of today's stage at the magnificent castle. Of course you will not stay overnight in the castle, but in the adjacent castle hotel.

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  • Intermediate
    04:36
    7.32 mi
    1.6 mph
    2,100 ft
    2,450 ft
    Intermediate Hiking Tour. Good fitness required. Mostly accessible paths. Sure-footedness required.

    In the Zugspitz region, this stage is designated as a mountain hike (medium-difficulty tour).Wonderful views - both on yesterday's stage and on the stages ahead - are waiting today! But first, you will enjoy the magnificent mountain forest, which accompanies you on your ascent from Linderhof Castle up to the August Schuster House.Directly at the castle Linderhof you stick to the signposts and dive into the forest. Soon you leave the wide forest road and climb up a narrow path. Twice you cross a broad road before you walk completely through lonely nature.On beautiful forest paths it goes up over roots and stones, until at the height of the Kälberalm the area slowly opens. In several places you can enjoy fantastic views of the stage of yesterday - view of the impressive Zugspitze included. A last steep section leads you to the famous Maximiliansweg, which brings you partly through steep grassy slopes and steep cliffs directly to the August Schuster House. In addition to a visit to its hosted terrace is also a trip to the pre-summit of Pürschlings for dizziness. If you want to do another 200 meters, the Teufelstättkopf awaits you.From here it is less demanding on wide forest roads down towards Langenthal-Alm and from there always along the stream to Unterammergau. On the descent you can still choose: on forest roads through the forest or on footbridges and steps through the romantic Schleifmühlenklamm. From the large parking lot at the foot of the trail, you keep straight and get directly to the stage destination Unterammergau.

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  • Intermediate
    03:51
    6.79 mi
    1.8 mph
    1,775 ft
    1,800 ft
    Intermediate Hiking Tour. Good fitness required. Mostly accessible paths. Sure-footedness required.

    Thanks to a detour to the promising summit of Hörnle, the eleventh stage offers you a view towards the foothills of the Alps and the Staffelsee. An initially inconspicuous, but then picturesque Tobel shortly before Bad Kohlgrub brings you a surprisingly beautiful end to this stage.Already from Unterammergau you can clearly see your first intermediate destination: The three wooded peaks - Vorderes, Mittleres and Hinterer Hörnle - are promising in the first row of the Alps and can today combined as you wish and even simply by a stop at the Hörnlehütte exchanged become.However, until you reach the steep forest up there, asphalt roads, forest roads and beautiful paths alternate - the striking chapel halfway not only serves as a guide, but also as a first break. Once you have reached the forest, it goes partly steep and over roots directly up to the Hörnlehütte.After a break with accompanying snack, the Hörnlehütte leads either to the right over mainly wide forest roads and well-trodden paths to the downstream summits, or you keep heading straight north to descend directly to Bad Kohlgrub.To do this, you first follow the lifts and keep to their lower station left in a forest path, which serves as a ski slope in winter. Half way, you leave the track to the left into the forest and reach the Sonneneck and then Sonnen. Again, you follow the route in the village to the right, cross a stream and reach a short time later Guggenberg. From here you follow the asphalt road first to Obernau and turn right at the creek into a lonely Tobel. A beautiful avenue with viewing benches leads you to another stream and a little later to Bad Kohlgrub, the destination of today's stage.

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  • Intermediate
    04:15
    16.7 mi
    3.9 mph
    625 ft
    1,075 ft
    Intermediate Hiking Tour. Good fitness required. Easily-accessible paths. Suitable for all skill levels.

    In the Zugspitz region, this stage is designated as a hike (easy tour).Idyllic foothills of the Alps, a quiet forest and a lake with a famous island: today's stage takes you through various impressions and gives you plenty of time on the well-paved paths to look, enjoy and reflect on the stages already lying behind you.You leave the small bath Kohlgrub to the north and find you abruptly in typical rural Voralpengegend again: Extensive pastures pull themselves over the gentle hills, here and there is a farm or a small village in between. You pass beautiful observation benches and can already see the Staffelsee from afar. A little way after the quaint little village Spittelsberg you arrive in a quiet forest, which you cross without too much height difference.Shortly before you reach the Staffelsee, you turn sharply on a narrow trail. Now you wander through legendary moorlands towards Uffing am Staffelsee. After half the way leads you directly to the shore of the lake - from here follow up to the north shore also numerous bathing possibilities.From Uffing, the top hiking trail leads through meadows in the direction of Seehausen, where you can take a last break on a small headland with seating near the jetty. From here you walk along picturesque boathouses and later through a high reed belt to the outskirts of Murnau. Now it is only a few minutes to the market square, where you started your hike on the top hiking trail exactly twelve days ago.

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Collection Stats

  • Tours
    12
  • Distance
    128 mi
  • Duration
    59:53 h
  • Elevation
    21,650 ft

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