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Hütten-Wochenende am Kochelsee: Etappe 2 – MÜNCHEN Weekend Escapes

Difficult
05:25
8.97 mi
1.7 mph
1,350 ft
3,750 ft
Expert Hiking Tour. Very good fitness required. Sure-footedness, sturdy shoes and alpine experience required.

Tour Overview

Starting Point
0.99 mi
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Glaswandscharte - Steig

Hiking Highlight

3.63 mi
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Staffelalm

Hiking Highlight

7.77 mi
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Lainbachfall

Hiking Highlight

8.97 mi
Destination

Waytypes

Alpine Hiking Path: 0.36 mi
Mountain Hiking Path: 3.89 mi
Hiking Path: 1.93 mi
Path: 2.63 mi
Street: 274 yd

Surfaces

Alpine: 4.00 mi
Natural: 0.43 mi
Unpaved: 2.95 mi
Gravel: 1.19 mi
Paved: < 109 yd
Asphalt: 274 yd
Unknown: 424 yd

Weather Forecast

adidas TERREX planned a hike.

August 6, 2019

Comments

  • adidas TERREX

    After a restful night in the Tutzinger Hütte the day starts with a wonderful mountain panorama. A bit uphill at the foot of the Beneditkinenwand, the highest point of this stage. From there you hike down the well accessible path to the Glaswandscharte. Only the first part of the forest path is steeper, for this you should bring sure-footedness. Then the varied path becomes flatter and the wonderful views into the mountains get better and better. With a little luck, you can see ibexes here.After six kilometers you reach the wonderfully beautiful Staffelalm via the Pessenbacher Alm. More than a hundred years ago, this idyll inspired the painter Franz Marc, who left two murals on the wall of the house. Here you can fortify yourself with a delicious snack. From the Staffelalm you have the opportunity to climb in addition the Rabenkopf.Then you hike downhill and cross the arms of Rappinbach. On the Kochler Alm you can expect magnificent flower meadows. Afterwards it goes on forest roads down into the valley towards Kochelsee.Before you get to the starting point of your hike, you can cool your feet in the pool below the Lainbach Falls. Wildly romantic, the water falls over the rock wall, which is even more impressive after rainfall. From here it is still about two kilometers to the station Kochel, where you get on the train to Munich.

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    • August 7, 2019

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