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Alm-Run in die Münchner Hausberge – Trail Running in und um München

6.89 mi
3.3 mph
1,975 ft
1,975 ft
Expert run. Very good fitness required. Sure-footedness, sturdy shoes and alpine experience required.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
2.51 mi


Hiking Highlight

3.84 mi

Ramboldplatte, 1.422 Meter

Mountaineering Highlight

5.69 mi
6.54 mi


Running Highlight (Segment)

6.89 mi

Tour Profile


Mountain Hiking Path: 4.29 mi
Hiking Path: 1.57 mi
Path: 1.02 mi


Alpine: 1.31 mi
Natural: 2.40 mi
Unpaved: 256 yd
Gravel: 2.69 mi
Paved: < 109 yd
Asphalt: 0.28 mi

Weather Forecast

adidas TERREX planned a run.

March 5, 2019


  • adidas TERREX

    The Munich local mountains offer a variety of varied trail running opportunities of different difficulty levels. Beginners and advanced skiers alike will get their money's worth and enjoy the idyllic mountain scenery at the gates of the city far away from the big city bustle.This short tour leads to the Rampoldplatte, a 1,422 meter high peak in the Mangfallgebirge. The track is also suitable for trail running beginners, with at least 600 meters of altitude but already a challenge. You start at the car park Oberes Jenbachtal, where it can be a little more hectic at first, as hikers and bikers are looking for recreation here as well. But soon it will be quieter, because you do not walk on the main path, but on a small path next to it, which leads you - partly on steep steps - towards the summit. Via the Schuhbräualm, the Rampoldalm and the Lechneralm it goes higher and higher, until you arrive at the top and can enjoy the really impressive view there.The descent takes place over the Hillstoaner Alm - from now it goes only downhill. If you like, you can take a rest at the alpine hut and strengthen yourself. Then you will run along the Jenbach with its idyllic waterfalls back to the starting point of the tour.The journey to this tour is by car. To do this, take the A8 from Munich to Bad Aibling and then drive via Bad Feilnbach to the hiking car park Oberes Jenbachtal. From the center of Munich, the journey takes just under an hour.

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    • March 7, 2019

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