Hike â€“ Saturday Eibsee to Zugspitze, 8 km
Hike â€“ Partnach Gorge â€“ Garmisch Partenkirchen
There has been a change of plan with this event. All the huts on our 22 km tour are completely full. Saturday we will walk 8 km from Eibsee to Zugspitze through the Stopselzieher. We will return back by cable car. Price 33,50 euros.
BE AWARE THAT THE ZUGSPITZE HIKE IS VERY ADVANCED LEVEL!!!
A fascinating and varied hike awaits you. The impressive natural spectacle of the Partnach Gorge turn this walk into an unforgettable experience for the whole family.
This varied trail takes you through meadows and thick deciduous forest, and leads you past spectacular waterfalls and pools in the Partnach Gorge. After a steep hike up to the Partnachalm the valley opens up to fantastic views of the Wetterstein mountains. Just before reaching the pond at the Kochelberg Alm (Alpine hut) the route passes a dormant sulphur spring on the left hand side, which you will recognise by the piled and stacked stones which are covered with a pretty layer of moss. If you breathe in deeply youâ€™ll smell the intense odour of sulphur emitted from the water, which for this reason is not suitable for drinking. This hike is particularly suitable for families with older children on warm, summer days.
Camping Erlebnis Zugspitze
How to get there:
By car: See map below
What to bring:
â€¢ A smile
â€¢ Sporty outfit adjusted to weather conditions (umbrella and / or rain coat if weather is unstable)
â€¢ Hiking boots or shoes with good traction for longer distances
â€¢ Food and water for the time of the hike
â€¢ Clothing for cold weather
â€“ Camping gear (tent, sleeping bag, isomat)
Please keep track of the comments section for changes.
Every participant is responsible for his/her safety and health for the entire duration of this event. Neither the organizer(s) nor the Rhein-Neckar Hiking & Outdoors Meetup Group will accept any liability for loss or damage arising directly or indirectly from participation in this event. There may be circumstances (e.g. bad weather, closed trails, misleading instructions, etc.) that make the activity slightly more difficult or longer than expected.