Hiking Highlight (Segment)
The Saalfelder Höhenweg is a hiking trail in the Tannheimer Tal in the Allgäu Alps in Tyrol. He is named after the city of Saalfeld in Thuringia.
The trail with the number 421 runs in the group of Vilsalpsee mountains along the mountain range that separates the Vilsalptal in the northwest of the Birkental in the southeast. It starts in Haldensee (municipality Grän) and runs first on the forest road in the Strindental and past the Edenbachalpe (1405 m) to the Upper Strindenalpe (1682 m). Afterwards the Strindenscharte (1870 m) is reached and it goes on to the Gappenfeldscharte (1860 m), whereby a detour to the Sulzspitze (2084 m) and Schochenspitze (2069 m) can be undertaken. Then the trail runs past the small lake "pool" to Landsberger Hütte (1805 m). From here leads the trail between the Red Peak (2130 m) and the Steinkarspitze (2067 m) to Kastenjoch (1875 m), past the southern flank of Kälbelespitze (2135 m) and finally ends at the Lahnerscharte ( 1988 m), where the jubilee way is reached. 
July 12, 2018
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