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The ascent through the Brendlkar is beautiful and not technically demanding. A technically easy tour to the rear Tajatörl. The summit ascent to the rear Tajatörl is marked in red and requires surefootedness and a head for heights. The path is rugged and exposed, it goes down steeply to the side, there is no safety device. Only with an absolutely sure-footed and command-proof dog - there is definitely a risk of falling from my point of view.
The view from above of the Drachensee and the Coburgerhütte is very impressive. The tour is very worthwhile even without the ascent to the summit.
September 15, 2020
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KenzenhütteThe starting point is the Kenzenhütte car park in Halblech. If you are early enough, there are also shady spots available. The bus to the hut also starts here. From here it goes by mountain bike on the tar road into the Halblechtal. At the Reiselsberg Bridge you have to follow the Halblech on the left. At the crossing where the Lainbach becomes Halblech, take the right fork towards Krottensteinhütte / Krottensteinalm. A steep stretch up the Schwarzenbach and past the Krottensteinhütte and the Eckhütte over the Krottensteinmoos, under the sight of Baumgarten and Rosstallkopf. Below the "Herziges Bergel" summit, we take the left uphill turn, if you don't want to hurt the next flounder, just keep going straight ahead. Now it's getting a little steeper. The route crosses the path to the Grubenkopf, which leads past the dilapidated Rosstall hut. Our tour continues partly tough up to 1220m. Here you can take a breather and then you roll briskly downhill until you reach the tarred main path shortly before the point "Hohe Brücke", which is also used by the Kenzenhütte feeder bus. You follow this now, always with the Geiselstein in view, towards the Wankerfleck.
A marker shows the rescue point OAL-4009 near the bridge at 1148 m asl. The hiking bus from Halblech to the Kenzenhütte also stops here. Where you cross the Kenzenbach there is also the Wank chapel.
Around 1800 the Kenzen area was leased for the royal court hunt. King Max II had a simple hunting lodge built there and bought the brandy distillery hut, which is located somewhat higher.
Ludwig II later replaced his father's hunting lodge with a new “Königshäusl”. He also had a smaller lodge for the lackeys and a horse stable built. Today's stop "Kenzenhütte" (1294 m) is not the former royal house of Ludwig II, but the old brandy distillery. However, there is still the royal horse stable that is used by the mountain rescue service.
The remaining approx. 1.5 km to the hut are followed by a few steeper sections that take the normal biker's breath away and force some to descend. The hut can only be seen shortly after the last climb, a few meters before you have reached it.
When you arrive at the hut, you can quench your thirst and hunger with cool drinks and regional dishes. You shouldn't miss another 5 min. Hike to an imposing small waterfall to get to know another highlight in the Ammer Mountains Nature Park.
Opening of the hut from 10:00 a.m., further information at: berggasthof-kenzenhuette.deOur return trip takes us across the Bockstallsee through the beautiful Hintere Lobenbach valley past two other reservoirs. We roll back to the starting point without any effort and without any noteworthy counter climbs.
Ascent with the shuttle bus from Halblech parking lot: 8.00; 9.00; 10.00; 11.00; 13.30; and 5 p.m.
Descents: 10.30; 14.00; 16.00; 5.30 p.m. from Kenzenhütte.
Additional demand trips Tel. 08368/550 Saturday / Sunday from 7 a.m., Sometimes the times change, are then written on the board at the hut.
The triple section on the way back to Lobenbach Valley was caused by lost sunglasses! Found it again;
July 28, 2020