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2-Tagestour über das Wendelsteinmassiv: Etappe 1 – MÜNCHEN Weekend Escapes

6.46 mi
1.6 mph
2,950 ft
600 ft
Intermediate Hiking Tour. Good fitness required. Mostly accessible paths. Sure-footedness required. The starting point of the Tour is accessible with public transport.

Tour Overview

FlintsbachGet Directions

Train Station
0.78 mi

Burg Falkenstein

Hiking Highlight

5.76 mi


Hiking Highlight

6.46 mi


Hiking Highlight

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adidas TERREX planned a hike.

August 5, 2019


  • adidas TERREX

    Between the Inn valley and the Leitzach valley lies the impressive Wendelstein massif very close to the border with Tyrol. We have put together a two-day hut tour, which leads you from Flintsbach am Inn over fantastic alpine pastures and impressive peaks to Bayrischzell.On the first day you hike up to Mitteralm. As an alternative to climbing the massif, you can take the cog railway up to the stop in Aipl or even the whole way up to the hut. On the second leg, we will head over the Lacherspitze back to the valley to Bayrischzell. From there you can take the train back to Munich ( start at the station Flintsbach, which can be reached from Munich in exactly one hour. After a short walk through the village, the route takes you up to Falkenstein Castle, which was destroyed by fire in the 19th century. From the castle ruins you have a great view of the Inn Valley.Through beautiful forests, you hike on gently rising paths up the Riesenberg. In the valley of the Förchenbach, you will pass a reservoir and start the ascent to the Mitteralm.Accompanied by the Mühlbach on one side and the rails of the cable car on the other side, you are going back a few meters. Good walkways and forest roads lead you up to Aipl, where there is a stop of the rack railway. If you like, you can drive from here the last piece to the Mitteralm with the Wendelsteinbahn ( The terminus is even on the popular and sometimes a bit full Wendelstein - but the view is worth it anyway.Otherwise it goes the last one and a half kilometers with spectacular views of the massive Salwand further uphill. Your today's destination is the idyllic Mitteralm at 1,200 meters.

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    • August 7, 2019