The hiking paradise of the Wetterstein mountains lies at the feet of the quartier. Not only on skis, but also on foot or on two wheels you can discover our mountains. Garmisch has an extensive network of cycling and mountain bike routes.
Experiencing Mount Everest between Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Nauders am Reschenpass, is that possible? Yes! With the Bike Everest Tyrol mountain bike tour. The complete tour has 8,848 metres in altitude, exactly the height of Mount Everest. But don't worry, the 285 kilometres from Garmisch-Partenkirchen to Nauders are spread over seven stages. Whether in one piece or in stages over several weekends is up to each individual. The highlight of this MTB tour is the varied landscape, with countless waterfalls, crystal-clear high mountain and bathing lakes and the mountain panorama. Get on your (e-) mountain bike and explore the beautiful nature in late summer.
The next guided tours "Partnachklamm for all" start on 07 September! On these tours, the Partnachklamm adventure can be experienced by people with physical, cognitive or mobility impairments.
Want to get moving? Then leave your car behind during European Mobility Week from 16 to 22 September and take part in the Active Challenge organised by GaPa-Tourismus - great prizes are waiting for you!
From 22 to 24 September, it's time to put on your trail running shoes and head off into the wonderful mountain scenery of the Zugspitz Arena Bavaria-Tyrol. Combined with a varied programme and an expo, there is something for everyone, whether beginner, spectator or professional.
In September GaPa-Tourismus has the perfect tour for you. Especially in late summer, when the days are getting shorter, you should enjoy the sun all the more - perfect cue for a tour on the Sonnenberg Wank. Whether on foot via the Tannenhütte, Eckenhütte or by cable car, both are definitely worthwhile experiences. Once you have reached the top, you can refresh yourself and enjoy the breathtaking view of Garmisch-Partenkirchen and its surrounding mountains in the natural cinema.
You can borrow a pair of binoculars for adults and children, a hand-carved hiking stick, a hiking map and a great book about being outdoors from us at the reception to go offline during your hiking tour as well.
The hiking sticks are made in the context of a social project "Franz Baur" for his work in Brazil.
The quartier supports this project with donations.
One look in the direction of Kramer and you can already see the "Sankt Martinshütte". Since August 1920, the inn has been a popular meeting place for hikers and sledders in summer and winter.
After a leisurely hike of about an hour, you are finally rewarded with a view over the whole of Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
The Wetterstein Mountains are among the most powerful mountain ranges in the northern Alps, with Germany's highest mountain, the Zugspitze.
The Rießersee is located south of Garmisch in the Wetterstein Mountains. It was artificially created in a forest clearing in the Middle Ages.
It can be reached on foot from Garmisch in about 30 minutes. The circumnavigation of the small, beautifully situated and crystal clear body of water also takes 30 minutes. So all in all a very nice and manageably long walk with panoramic views of Alpspitz, Jubiläumsgrat and Zugspitze.
The Kreuzeck is a local mountain of Garmisch-Partenkirchen. The highest point of the Kreuzeck is the Kreuzjoch. The ascent paths of the mountain range are easy to master and always offer beautiful views of Garmisch-Partenkirchen. The mountains of the opposite Ammergau Alps, such as the Hohe Ziegspitz and the Kramerspitz, can also be seen. At the summit, the view to the south is also free., there impresses especially the Alpspitze.
Reachable on foot from Garmisch in about 2.5h or by Alpspitzbahn.
The Schachenhaus is located at 1,867 meters above sea level directly below the Königshaus am Schachen, which is also known as the Schachenschloss. Originally it served as a supply for the Königshaus, today the Schachenhaus is a popular stop for hikers and mountain bikers visiting the Königshaus and the botanical alpine garden.
Don't miss June and July are the most flower-filled months. However, many areas - such as the Lesotho beds - are as exotic later as the first floor of the Royal House next door.
The Alpine Garden is open 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily from mid-June to mid-September,
Admission for adults 3.50 euros. Alpine Garden guided tour with a maximum of twelve people for 25 euros (registration required).
For those who want to actively do something for their health care and have fun at the same time, the three-hour healing climate hikes offered by GaPa Tourismus GmbH are just the thing. Under the expert guidance of certified healing climate therapists, locals and guests interested in health get valuable tips on how to increase their well-being quite easily. This includes manual pulse control, targeted breathing exercises, hardening and thermoregulation training. And many attractive destinations provide variety.
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