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Bergtour übers Hahnenköpfle – Wandern rund um Oberstdorf

11.1 mi
1.6 mph
2,875 ft
2,850 ft
Expert mountaineering route. Very good fitness required. Mostly accessible paths. Sure-footedness required.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
0.89 mi

Café Jägerstand

Hiking Highlight

2.81 mi


Hiking Highlight (Segment)

3.58 mi
5.16 mi


Hiking Highlight

7.98 mi

Berggasthof Oytalhaus

Hiking Highlight

10.2 mi

Blick ins Oytal

Hiking Highlight

11.1 mi


Mountain Hiking Path: 3.31 mi
Hiking Path: 2.18 mi
Path: 1.37 mi
Footpath: 0.70 mi
Street: 3.55 mi


Alpine: 3.22 mi
Natural: 163 yd
Unpaved: 1.50 mi
Gravel: 1.69 mi
Paved: < 109 yd
Asphalt: 3.56 mi
Unknown: 1.03 mi

Weather Forecast

Oberstdorf planned a mountaineering Tour.

April 23, 2019


  • Oberstdorf

    A mountain tour through the Oberstdorf mountains, which could hardly be more beautiful: Through the romantic Trettachtal valley and the dramatic Hölltobel you start on good trails to the historically protected mining village Gerstruben. After a short rest in the inn, it continues straight away. Now it is getting steeper. On narrow trails and in countless bends the path leads you to the Hahnenköpfle.Once at the summit cross, you have to catch your breath - not only because of the ascent, but because the view takes your breath away. After you have sat up here, you descend into the picturesque Oytal. Here you can take a leisurely break in the Oytalhaus before you follow the trail back to Oberstdorf.Tip: In the Oytalhaus mountain scooters are available from 15 clock. So if you feel like a little change, you can swing yourself here on one of the scooters and roll back comfortably to Oberstdorf.

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    • April 24, 2019

  • Achim

    The day before yesterday, great tour with beautiful views and an additional stop on the Lugenalpe 👍

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    • July 28, 2020

  • Svenja

    For the most part, we went the same hike. The way back did not lead us to Oberstdorf, but back to the Christlessee. You can find our experiences on our blog:

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    • August 6, 2020