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Traumhafte Bergtour auf die Harschbichl -Alm

01:28
5.06 mi
3.4 mph
3,100 ft
50 ft
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Tour Overview

Starting Point
0.58 mi
0.61 mi
0.78 mi
1.11 mi
1.60 mi
1.60 mi
Uriges Brückchen
Vom Trail auf Weide mit traumhaftem Panorama
2.00 mi
2.01 mi
2.27 mi
Schöne Holzbrücke
Herrlicher Blick
2.81 mi
2.81 mi
3.27 mi
Breiter Forstweg: Hammer Blick
3.47 mi
3.85 mi
3.89 mi
4.06 mi
Kitzbühler Horn Blick
Harschbichl Alm: Belohnung auf der Terrasse
4.53 mi
4.53 mi
5.06 mi

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Schwarzwaldfreude and Anna went for a hike.

June 27, 2020

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Comments

  • Schwarzwaldfreude

    Beautiful, strenuous mountain tour (940 m altitude difference at 8 km) along beautiful, shady paths, lush alpine pastures, past a mountain lake up to the Harschbichl Alm.
    Tip: On foot to the Harschbichl-Alm (= mountain station), then stop on the mountain pasture, take the cable car down to the middle station. From there down to the valley station with the alpine mountain cart.

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