Mountain Biking Highlight
The Röthelmoos is a raised bog in the Chiemgau Alps and a recognized nature reserve. Summits like the Hörndlwand or the Gurnwandkopf tower above this beautiful plateau. Through the high moor several cycle paths lead. In the Dandl Alm or in the Langerbauer Alm there is the possibility to take a break. Both pastures are managed from May to the end of October and offer regional specialties.
November 16, 2017
As a hike: from Ruhpolding..bis Urschlau by bus, from there easy hike to the bridge, then a slight climb to the Rötelmoos, two pastures to stop, my tip: LangbauerAlm..dann continue hiking to the Weitsee, Wabachtal, slightly downhill , good way, from Weitsee with bus back to Ruhpolding.Total with stop, comfortable, about four hours.
August 4, 2017
From Traunreut via Traunstein Ruhpolding - Röthelmoos - Weitsee back along Ruhpolding along the Traun. After Traunreut are back about 65 km. You can also take the Eschelmoos with you which is highly recommended. It is then a few kilometers and altitude more but it is worth it. Difficulty Medium. It is more endurance needed.
July 1, 2016
The Röthelmoosalm area is a registered geotope as Röthelmoos.
The Alm is framed by Hochgern and Hochfelln in the north, the Sulzgrabenkopf in the east and the Hörndlwand in the southeast.
The alpine pasture is still used for agriculture, Dandl and Langerbaueralm are served.
The Röthelmoosklause is located at the northern end of the alpine pasture. The Klause is fed by the Röthelmoosbach, which rises in the south and flows through the alpine pastures. At the Klause, the water of the Röthelmoosbach was dammed up in order to drift wood into the valley, which was needed in the Saline in Traunstein as construction and above all as firewood.
June 28, 2020
Very beautiful, spacious valley with many branches and a few places to stop for a break. From the Langbauernalm you have the best view over the valley and after a stop you can continue, maybe not the Kanonenpass, because the whole relaxation is on the A ... because this pass goes up very steeply.
February 7, 2021
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