If you walk on the Geierstein, you have to be patient for a while to catch a glorious view. The mountain is wooded to the summit - in summer a pleasantly shady ascent. But when he reaches the top, he is worth even more. On the way there is for sure-footed and free from dizziness a lookout cliff, which towers above the Isar valley. The summit is a quiet and beautiful alternative to the much-traveled tours around the Lenggrieser Hütte. With a bit of luck, you can experience the summit and the magnificent view in a lonely silence.
December 16, 2016
The Geierstein is an absolute highlight in Lenggries. Opposite the much visited Brauneck, the rugged summit rises above Lenggries. The climb is in the forest until the end, so that the tour is well feasible even in summer. The last few meters to the summit must be walked through rocky, sometimes steep terrain with easy short climbing passages. Absolute surefootedness, a head for heights and alpine experience are required here. If the last meters are overcome then rewarded a magnificent view of the Brauneck, the surrounding mountains and Lenggries in the valley for the climb.
August 16, 2017
Can only agree with my previous visitor. I'm firm but afraid of heights. Was sometimes very critical on the way up. We are up to the summit cross. Our first summit book entry. The courage was rewarded with a great view. Actually we wanted to go down on the other side but the transition behind the summit cross water was too delicate. So are gone. Was great anyway.
July 21, 2020
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