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Hiked to Hell Valley today. This was a great spot to hike to. Keep in mind when you get up to the hut it's not open till around May. You can hike up and back in a circular fashion to the hut so on the...More
Amazing experience. The gorge is simply stunnig. Fantastic walk through tunnels, bridges, caves with roaring water and beautiful scenery. On our way back it started to rain but that made the gorge even more interesting. Well worth the visit, good hiking shoes recommended and also...More
It is a beautiful hike through the gorge. Be prepared for a long uphill climb - 2 to 3 hours depending if you go to the end of the gorge or to the hut. Don’t forget a raincoat - water drips from crevices and there...More
Partnachklamm was closed in 2018 so we went to Höllentalklamm instead. There was not much information online about it's difficulty but it turned out to be quite easy. There are no technical hiking / climbing bits. Some of the 'klamm can be a bit wet...More
Amazing walk through ravines,caves and stunning scenery.
Quite a hike to get to the top but so very worth if for the views.
Try to fit a visit here into your tour of the area approximately 30 minutes from Garmish.
Amazing!! Once you get to the shop at the “top” with a spectacular view.. you then pay a fee to keep going and that’s where the fun begins. There are metals tracks along the ravine and many tunnels in the mountain when needed - they...More
This is one of the must do activity in the Grainau region. We stayed overnight in the Sentido hotel which is the starting point of the hike in hell valley. The hike takes around 3hrs one way but its beautiful with the stream crossing your...More