Lenggries - Roß-und Buchstein
Mountain Biking Highlight
Tourismus Lenggries planned a mountaineering Tour.
April 27, 2020
Mainly on the sunny side, the classic mountain tour with via ferrata (sure-footedness necessary) leads to the rock peaks with breathtaking panoramic views. We recommend cycling up to the Röhrlmoosalm!This tour in the gray area between the Isarwinkel and the Mangfall Mountains is only worthwhile if you cycle to the Röhrlmoosalm. After the following short forest climb on foot, you move freely above alpine meadows and a via ferrata to the Tegernseer hut with its wonderful panoramic terrace, which sticks to the rock like an eagle's nest. The rock head of the bookstone is only advisable for mountaineers.From the parking lot on a paved road, you cycle slightly upwards through meadows to the south-east, then steeply eastwards through the forest to a saddle and finally on a good gravel path across meadows to the Röhrlmoosalm (1100m). On the left edge of the alpine pasture you walk uphill on the initially grassy path, shortly northwards, then in the forest on a not always good path, shortening the serpentines upwards and steeply to a lookout bench at a hairpin bend.First cross parallel above the road, then ascend, then across open alpine meadows directly to the Roßsteinalm (1460m). Now it goes sharply to the right south and southeast on a well-rehabilitated path below the connecting ridge between Hochplatte and Roßstein, then we cross under the flat Roßstein south wall to the southern ascent (comes from Bayerwald in the Kreuther valley). We struggle to the left past the Roßstein needle up north to a via ferrata.On this it goes straight and up, followed by a somewhat arduous unsecured right crossing to the Tegernseer hut (1560m). For hikers who are not sure-footed, this is the end point of the tour. Those who are more confident can scramble over the short, arduous east ridge to the rocky Roßstein (1697m). Mountaineers climb behind the hut a wide, grippy but partly slimmed-down rock gully (II, 30 m ascent) and reach the summit of the Buchstein (1701m) on the somewhat slippery ridge. The descent follows the ascent route.