Gigantic view of the foothills of the Alps and the Füssen Lake District. The ascent of the Sebenalpe is easy, but very sweaty in summer. Significantly more challenging is the path along the ridge in the direction of Aggenstein. For this you should be free from giddiness and sure-footed.
On the Brentenjoch is usually much less going on than on the Aggenstein, and there is more space here.
July 6, 2018
A really great panoramic view from the summit of the 2000 meter high Brentenjoch. The view to the one in the Tannheimer mountain group and on the other side to the drained Forggensee and the left of it lying Hopfensee. The ridge path in the direction of the Bad Kissinger-Hütte and the Aggenstein is another variant from here, but appeals to the experienced mountain hiker, as it requires absolute freedom from giddiness and surefootedness. The summit of Brentenjoch is next to the good condition and surefootedness in the technical not particularly demanding, including for the beginner
good destination. Since the trail is very scree and steep, the weather should be considered accordingly during the tour
June 21, 2018
I recommend the Brentenjoch from direction Aggenstein to climb and go back over the Sebenalp. In the opposite direction, it is much harder and more dangerous! Surefootedness and good weather is definitely mandatory!The view is definitely amazing.
October 25, 2019
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