Kleinwalsertal

About Kleinwalsertal

Das Kleinwalsertal ist ein Hochgebirgstal und liegt mit seinen drei Ortschaften Riezlern, Hirschegg und Mittelberg in einer Höhenlage von 1100 bis 1250 Meter am Nordrand der Alpen.

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  1. Kleinwalsertal planned a hike.

    February 10, 2020

    08:58
    12.7 mi
    1.4 mph
    4,200 ft
    4,200 ft
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    1. Kleinwalsertal

      The round trip from Bödmen over the Geißhorn and the Kemptner Köpfle is unforgettable in many ways. Over a total length of over 20 kilometers, you have impressive views - with a little luck you can even see one or the other ibex.You start your tour at around 1,200 meters in the Gemstelboden, from where you climb - always along the idyllic Gemstelbach - steadily, but not too steeply at first. In hairpin bends and through mountain pines, past a gorge, one or two alpine pastures and a few places secured with wire rope, you hike there until sooner or later you start the summit on the 2,366 meter high Geißhorn. From up here you can enjoy a wonderful panoramic view of the surrounding mountains Liechelkopf, Angererkopf, Elfer and Zwölfer, the Lechquellen Mountains and the Allgäu main ridge.The next - this time short - climb to the second summit of the day will soon start over the saddle and past the Mindelheimerhütte: the Kemptner Köpfle also gives you a breathtaking view with its proud 2,191 meters. But be careful: here you have to "climb" the last few meters.After the well-deserved breather you start your descent. Over the Kemptner Scharte, curves covered with serpentines lead you down into the Wildental. The narrow path winds through a steeply sloping boulder field, which is why you need to be sure-footed.Finally you reach the Wildental by a wide gravel path, from where you can either get back to Bödmen by bus or on foot.

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      • February 10, 2020

  2. Kleinwalsertal planned a hike.

    February 10, 2020

    1. Kleinwalsertal

      This tour takes you to the Gottesacker plateau, where a wild, rugged karst landscape awaits. It's not only exciting if you're geologically and botanically interested. But first things first.It starts at the valley station of the Ifenbahn, from where you make your way up towards the Ifenhütte. After only about three kilometers you have reached this and you can replenish your energy storage with delicacies from the region if necessary before continuing. So much can be said: This hut is the only place to stop for refreshments and meals on this demanding tour. Whether you take a break here or not - you should have enough provisions and drinks with you for the remaining kilometers.Shortly after the hut there is another highlight waiting for you: You climb through the Ifenmulde towards Hahnenköpfle and are amazed by the nearby, steeply falling walls of the Ifen plateau. After a short (and promising) breather on the 2,085 meter high Hahnenköpfle you hike on to the Gottesacker plateau - the real highlight of this tour.Then you go back past some natural highlights until you - after a proud 20 kilometers and 1,120 meters of altitude - finally reach your starting point again.

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      • February 10, 2020

  3. Kleinwalsertal planned a mountaineering Tour.

    February 21, 2019

    Büchi 🤠, foamaaufi and 5 others like this.
    1. Kleinwalsertal

      From the Widdersteinhütte you hike at the beginning of the third stage over the Seekopf to the Hochalppass. Here you can enjoy beautiful views over the green alpine meadows, on the rugged peaks and the lovely wooded valleys. From the pass, a steep ascent leads you into the Bärgunttal, where you can take a first break on the Bärgunthütte.About 45 minutes after the Bärgun hut you will reach Baad, where you can take another break. After Baad you dive into the wild and romantic Duratal and climb up to the Starzeljoch. You walk through shady forests, past rock faces and rushing streams. Rocky terrain leads you then over the Starzelalp up to the Starzeljoch. From here you continue to the Ochsenhofer Scharte at 1,850 meters altitude. A short descent will finally take you to the Schwarzwasserhütte, today's stage destination.

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      • January 4, 2018

  4. Kleinwalsertal planned a hike.

    February 20, 2019

    Explorer, Birgit and 9 others like this.
    1. Kleinwalsertal

      This varied, alpine round trip takes you to one of the most famous Walser peaks, the Hohe Ifen. For the tour you need a good condition, sure-footedness and a head for heights. For hikers the hike is a pleasant mountain hike.It starts at the Auenhütte. From here you take the Ifen chairlift to Ifenhütte. Alternatively, you can walk in about 50 minutes. On a well-marked path you climb to the Ifenbord and follow the signpost to Ifen in the Ifenmulde. In serpentines, it goes through a rough boulder field and then over rocks on the plateau of the Ifen. Difficult places are insured with tethers.On the plateau, the path to the summit only rises slightly. In spring / early summer, however, there may still be dangerous snow fields.The descent takes place via the Ifersguntalpe and Schwarzwasserhütte with several longer rope-insured passages and over scree fields. After the alp, the trail will be easier, but you should look for damp, loamy spots, because there is a risk of slipping. From the Schwarzwasserhütte then waiting for a nice way to run to the Auenhütte on you. At the end of the pleasant journey, you will have the opportunity to stop off at the Melköde hut and spoil yourself with home-made food.

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      • July 4, 2017

  5. Kleinwalsertal planned a hike.

    February 19, 2019

    03:22
    5.08 mi
    1.5 mph
    1,875 ft
    1,875 ft
    Büchi 🤠, Dosch and Tom like this.
    1. Kleinwalsertal

      This circular walk from Baad takes you into the greenest valley of the Kleinwalsertal and to the Derrenalpe and the Spitalalpen.At the far end of the parking lot in Baad the hike starts. You walk over a small bridge and past the confluence of Dura- and Derrabach. Via partly jungle-like, partly alpine paths you climb the slope, go along the slope of the Wannenberg and the Güntlespitze and on to the Derrenalpe. From here, go straight on towards Baad. Below the upper Spitalalpe you then follow the gravel road at the foot of the Unspitze in Kehren down to the Mittlerer Spitalalpe. Here you have the opportunity to take a leisurely break and stop off. Here you can watch the happy cows grazing in the summer to dozens on the alpine meadows.Strengthened, you will hike through a shady forest back to Baad.

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      • January 3, 2018

  6. Kleinwalsertal and Marcel Kalff planned a hike.

    February 19, 2019

    Enrico, Büchi 🤠 and 3 others like this.
    1. Kleinwalsertal

      The path with refreshments to two pleasure huts invites you to experience nature with all your senses.From the top station of the Walmendingerhornbahn it goes down an initially wide path and later along the slope to the upper Lüchlealp. Only a little later, the path leads around the corner. At the fork in the road, it makes sense to make a short detour to the Inner Stierhof (GenussHütte). Alternatively you follow the right path over the Starzelalp up to the Ochsenhofer Scharte, the gateway to the Schwarzwassertal.First a bit steeper, then very moderate, it goes past the Schwarzwasserhütte, on bogs with considerable orchid stand and further down in the plateau of Galt and Melköde, formed by a post-glacial landslide. The pleasure hut Melköde invites you to stop. Then it goes out of the valley, on an almost flat path, over the high moor Wildmoos to Auenhütte.

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      • July 4, 2017

  7. Kleinwalsertal planned a hike.

    February 17, 2019

    Fred & Andrea 💕, Büchi 🤠 and 3 others like this.
    1. Kleinwalsertal

      This pleasantly fresh hike takes you from the beautiful Riezlern along the wild and romantic Breitach to the Walser ski jump. At the end of the tour, you have the opportunity to make the Breitach Gorge, which of course is the icing on the cake of the hike.On the way along the Breitach you dive deep into the beautiful nature: Around you, the water trickles down from the rock, splashing in small streams on the trail and in the Breitach. It seems as if one can watch as the Breitach unites here with its many smaller and larger tributaries to thunder a few meters through the gorge. Occasionally you can go down from the trail to the gravel bed of the Breitach and drink a sip of cool water, build cairns from the pebbles or stretch your feet in the clear water. At the end of the tour is definitely a visit to the Breitachklamm recommended. There you are close at hand, when the previously leisurely rippling water tumbles untamed between narrow rock walls.

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      • February 19, 2019

  8. Kleinwalsertal planned a hike.

    February 17, 2019

    Fred & Andrea 💕, Büchi 🤠 and 2 others like this.
    1. Kleinwalsertal

      From Walmendingerhorn on this promising tightrope walk across the Starzeljoch down to the densely wooded Duratal. You need sure-footedness for the tour.The popular ski tour mountain Grünhorn is an insider tip in summer. The Grünhorn does not bear its name for nothing: the short ascent to the Grasberg over the Südgrat is steep, but worth it - from an altitude of 2,039 meters you can see across to the Bregenz Forest and the Lake Constance region. With good visibility, the big Swiss summits are getting closer.The Walmendingerhornbahn takes you to the mountain of the same name. A short descent below the panoramic lift leads you onto the ridge. With light up and down, you will reach the mostly spacious ridge of Muttelbergkopf and Ochsenhofer Köpfe. At the Ochsenhofer Scharte crosses the path that leads from the Schwarzwassertal up into the gap. Via the short south ridge, you climb up to the Grünhorn summit. From here you walk to the Starzeljoch, past the uncultivated Starzelalpe and finally down in narrow serpentines into the densely wooded Duratal. The goal of the tour is Baad.

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      • February 19, 2019

  9. Kleinwalsertal planned a mountaineering Tour.

    January 4, 2018

    Büchi 🤠, Dosch and 2 others like this.
    1. Kleinwalsertal

      On the second stage, you hike from the Fiderepass hut via a rough path up to the Fiderepassscharte, where there are rope insurances at the exposed points. From the top you have a nice view back to the Fiderepass hut. Afterwards, a rocky, initially downhill descent awaits you via the Saubuckel in the direction of the Taufersbergalpe.Here you hike on the Krumbacher Höhenweg below the Mindelheim via ferrata through rocky terrain to the Mindelheimer Hütte at 2,103 meters, which only requires a moderate ascent. At the hut you can take an extensive break and let yourself be pampered with delicious food while enjoying the best panoramic view.Freshly strengthened, it continues on the high path over the Geißhornjoch and the Gemstelpass. With a little luck, you can spot ibexes along the way. From the Glemstal Pass you hike to the stage destination, the Widdersteinhütte below the summit of the same name.

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      • January 4, 2018

  10. Kleinwalsertal planned a mountaineering Tour.

    January 4, 2018

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      Today, the grand finale is on the last stage: from the Schwarzwasserhütte you hike across the Ifersguntalpe and the Eugen-Köhler-Weg to the unique Ifen Plateau. You pass a few exposed and rope insured jobs. On top of the summit you can let the magnificent view of the Hohe Ifen affect you. Then you leave the plateau in an easterly direction by climbing the rocky descent through the Ifenmauer.Past the mountain station of the Ifen II cable car at 2,020 meters, you will hike over the Gottesacker. Here you should absolutely pay attention to the soil markings and generally only cross the plateau in good visibility. Carefully you go over the rugged rock slabs to the dilapidated upper Gottesackeralpe.Here you turn towards Wäldele / Hirschegg. Through the Gottesackerloch and the wild and romantic Kürenwald you descend and run along the rushing Schwarzwasserbach along to Riezlern.Important: There are no rest stops and water points between Ifersguntalpe and Wäldele, as the mountain station Hahnenköpfle is not farmed in the summer. So take with you enough provisions for the hike.

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      • January 4, 2018