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Gaishorn

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Recommended by 157 out of 162 hikers

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  • A. Winterlich

    Regardless of whether from Tannheim or from Vliesalpsee, the 1,000 meters of altitude must be done and in the upper part (from the Rossalpe) there is still real climbing!

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    • August 26, 2018

  • Daniel

    Of the Rossalpe in the upper area quite alpine climb, the sure-footedness and suitable footwear required, not necessarily suitable for very small children.

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    • March 25, 2019

  • Steffen

    Fantastic view of the Tannheimer Tal & Co. Very beautiful summit cross.
    Ascent from the north-west is a bit more demanding (T3 demanding mountain hike).
    The route from the southeast should also be feasible for the inexperienced (T2 mountain hikes).
    Parking at Vilsalpsee is limited until 10 a.m. Alternatively, there is bus service from Tannheim or you can start hiking directly across the Roßalpbachtal. Then a detour to the Vilsalpe & a little cooling off in the Vilsapsee is worthwhile.

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    • August 11, 2020

  • s.gue

    There is a breathtaking view from the Gaißhorn. Very suitable for panoramas

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    • August 16, 2016

  • Uwe

    Always nice! Summer and winter! Great view of Vilsaplsee and the Trauchbachtal.

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    • August 19, 2019

  • HAm 🧭

    The summit of the Gaishorn is more than worth the climb ... To the south there is an amazing view of several mountain ranges. To the horizon .... 😍
    To the north, the view goes down towards Tannheim or then, to the north-east, the entire Nagelfluh chain in view!
    The ascent is best done from the north side. The ascent is categorized as T3. This classification fits perfectly, it is very bumpy and steep in places, sometimes with small scrapes with manual use. No wire rope safety devices available. Sure-footedness is an absolute prerequisite, when it is wet, only hike there with properly adherent shoes!
    The descent is then classified as T2 on the south side, without further difficulties, but takes a long time. However, you are easily distracted by the fantastic views of the mountains and the Vilsalpsee.
    Definitely hike! 😉👍

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    • October 4, 2021

  • ideay

    spectacular scenery when the weather is very good.

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    • October 2, 2018

  • MoniS

    great all-round view

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    • September 9, 2021

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Location: Oberjoch, Oberallgäu, Allgäu, Swabia, Bavaria, Germany

Information

  • Elevation7,525 ft
  • Opening Hours

    always open

Contact

  • Address
    Gaishorn, 87541 Bad Hindelang, Österreich

Good to know

  • Family Friendly
    No
  • Wheelchair access
    No
  • Dog Friendly
    No

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