We actually wanted to hike with the children on the alpine adventure trail that we hiked on our last visit to the Imberg.After the mountain station, we follow the path on the right through a forest and have then decided to climb the front Fluh. Unfortunately, it is not possible to start the adventure trail from there without having to turn around.So continue on the Fluh west to the ridge. The path is not extensive here and smaller children should be taken by the hand on sections. Cows can also block the narrow path and must be lovingly scared away.Suddenly we left Deitschland and continued on the Austrian side. We then descended towards Alpe Moos and then back to D past Alpe Glutschwanden down to Lanzenbach.After a short break at the brook, you climb a few meters up to the mountain station.We then saved the descent.
July 29, 2020
We like to go to the Buchenegger waterfalls over the Hündle, because the descent to the waterfalls from here is a pleasant one and after a short time you can stop off at the Sennalpe Bärenschwand.It is not far from the actual descent to the Buchenegger waterfalls and leads through meadows and root paths and finally a wide tar road to the parking lot.From here it goes down steeply through the forest. Smaller children should be taken by the hand.Below you will be rewarded with a great natural spectacle. However, the waterfalls are not an insider tip and are always very well visited in good weather.The ascent is then again very exhausting and depending on the weather there can be a lot of oncoming traffic.At the parking lot we keep left and circle the Hündle and come through the district of Buchenegg and follow the signs to the valley station at Hündle.Great tour. We recommend!
July 29, 2020
We hiked the almost 3 km with our children two years ago. The way up is not difficult and leads up a 300 meter ascent to the Adventure Alpe / Bärenfalle / Klettergarteb. The views during the ascent to the 'Großer Alpsee' and the valley are beautiful.At 1100 meters you can decide whether you want to stop for a bite to eat or whether you want to ascend to the 'Obere Kalle' (approx. 1/2 h) or to the summit (1 3/4 h).We decided to stay on the Adventure Alpe with the children and then race back down into the valley with the Alpsee Coaster (waiting time approx. 1 h).
July 28, 2020