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  1. Schlosspark im Allgäu planned a hike.

    February 19, 2022

    Nesselwanger Hausberg – Schlosspark im Allgäu

    03:05
    3.92 mi
    1.3 mph
    1,725 ft
    1,725 ft
    1. Schlosspark im Allgäu

      The alternating forest and root paths at the Nesselwang waterfall are an experience for the whole family. Not only refreshments along the Schlossbächel, but also wonderful views of the Tannheim and Ammergau mountains await you on this six-kilometer round.

      

      From the Alpspitzbahn car park, head towards the

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  2. Schlosspark im Allgäu planned a hike.

    February 18, 2022

    Sonja, Micha Marschler 🚵😎🤙 and 3 others like this.
    1. Schlosspark im Allgäu

      The GEO GrenzGÄNGER is a 15-kilometer circular trail that connects Schwangau with the Alpsee and Pinswang in Austria. On information boards along the route you can learn everything about the geological features of this region.

      

      From the Schwansee car park, or alternatively directly from Füssen, you hike

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  3. Schlosspark im Allgäu planned a hike.

    February 18, 2022

    Micha Marschler 🚵😎🤙, Dirk and 4 others like this.
    1. Schlosspark im Allgäu

      One thing is for sure: You won't go hungry on this 12-kilometer tour around the Edelsberg, because there are five huts along the way. In addition, there are always panoramic views of the Ammergau Alps and the foothills of the Alps with their numerous lakes.

      

      The Waldseilgarten/Höllschlucht car park in

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  4. Schlosspark im Allgäu planned a hike.

    February 18, 2022

    1. Schlosspark im Allgäu

      This varied all-day hike takes you through the Reichenbach Gorge into the legendary mountains of the Tannheim Mountains. From Pfronten, which you can also reach by train, you first walk along the Vils.

      

      Past the valley station of the Breitenbergbahn you follow the tour into the wild, natural Reichenbachklamm

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  5. Schlosspark im Allgäu planned a hike.

    February 18, 2022

    1. Schlosspark im Allgäu

      This almost 19-kilometer summit tour takes you to two castle ruins and offers unique views from the back of the "guardian dragon". This circular hike starts in Pfronten, from where you can reach the castle ruins of Falkenstein via the Manzenberg. King Ludwig wanted to build his last castle here, hence

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      • February 19, 2022

  6. Schlosspark im Allgäu planned a hike.

    February 18, 2022

    02:43
    3.71 mi
    1.4 mph
    1,425 ft
    1,450 ft
    Kiki, Micha Marschler 🚵😎🤙 and 7 others like this.
    1. Schlosspark im Allgäu

      This six-kilometer round in the Ammergebirge nature reserve begins at 1,300 meters at the rustic Kenzenhütte. From here it goes steeply up to the Bäckenalmsattel. From the narrow path, the view stretches far down into the valley. There are still a few meters of altitude ahead of you to get to the cauldron

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  7. Schlosspark im Allgäu planned a hike.

    February 18, 2022

    01:51
    2.78 mi
    1.5 mph
    1,050 ft
    1,050 ft
    Nicole, Micha Marschler 🚵😎🤙 and 3 others like this.
    1. Schlosspark im Allgäu

      This short circular route takes you up to the picturesque Buchenbergalm, from where you overlook the landscape of the castle park. You start at the Buchenbergbahn car park in Buching or alternatively at the nearby bus stop. In less than an hour, the shady Bachweg takes you up to the high plateau on the

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      • February 20, 2022

  8. Schlosspark im Allgäu planned a hike.

    February 18, 2022

    Lisa, Micha Marschler 🚵😎🤙 and 2 others like this.
    1. Schlosspark im Allgäu

      On this 14-kilometer circular tour, you will hike in the footsteps of King Ludwig II and marvel at breathtaking lake and mountain landscapes. This is one of the eight Lech loops, which are extensions to the Lechweg. It starts at the impressive Lechfall outside of Füssen.

      

      Following the Auwaldpfad, you

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      • February 20, 2022

  9. Schlosspark im Allgäu planned a hike.

    February 18, 2022

    1. Schlosspark im Allgäu

      There was a lot going on around Eggenthal 2000 years ago: On their way to Augsburg, Romans camped in a fort that was located in Eggenthal's Rechtlewald at that time. This circumstance has given the hiking trail through the hilly and wooded area its name. In addition to nature, which is untouched today

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      • February 20, 2022

  10. Schlosspark im Allgäu planned a hike.

    February 18, 2022

    Michael and Victoria like this.
    1. Schlosspark im Allgäu

      Always with one eye on the Alps and the other on the next cultural highlight. You can enjoy both on the Alpenblick tour on the outskirts of Kaufbeuren. The hike not only takes you on a slightly challenging 18 kilometers through the Allgäu Castle Park, but also offers you two wonderful stops with the

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      • February 20, 2022

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