The Eibsee, Bavaria’s Caribbean, is in Garmisch-Partenkirchen at the Zugspitze. The easy hike is suitable for the whole family and both, in summer and winter, and leads on a wide path around the mountain lake. At the end, the restaurant Eibsee Alm awaits with Bavarian delicacies. Here you will find further information about the Eibsee as well as an overview of parking, arrival by car or public transport.
The Wallberg is located at the beautiful Tegernsee and is one of the most popular local mountains around Munich. The mountain is easy to climb in both summer and winter and is suitable for the whole family. Once at the top, there is a fantastic view over late Tegernsee and the surrounding mountain peaks. It is also possible to take the gondola to the summit. A 6.5 km long sled run also leads down from the Wallberg (only in winter). Sled rentals are available on site. Here you can find more information about open facilities and prices for summer and winter. And here you find information how to get there by car or public transport.
The Blomberg near Bad Tölz has long been a popular destination and recreation area. The fantastic view of the Bavarian upland offers a view of lake Starnberg, lake Ammer and the Isar valley to Munich as well as an alpine panorama from the Karwendel to the Wetterstein mountains. The in total 25 km long, well signposted, hiking trails are suitable for the whole family. It is also possible to take the cable car to the middle or summit station. The Blomberghaus restaurant at the mountain station offers a place to stop and refresh. The highlight for young and old is the summer sled run from the middle station. Alternatively, there is also the Blomberg Blitz sled run, which can be used all year round and in wet weather. You can find more information about hiking routes and prices for the sled runs here. Information on how to get there by car or public transport can be found here.
The best way to climb the Wendelstein is from Sudelfeld. There is also the possibility to use the cable car or the rack railway for the ascent or descent. The hike is rated easy to moderate and has 750 high meters. At the summit is the Wendelsteinhaus restaurant with a sun terrace for refreshments. Here you also have a fantastic view. To the north you can see far beyond Munich and on a good day as far as the Bavarian Forest. In the north-east lies the Inn, Simsee and the Chiemsee at your feet. Here you will find more information about the hike, how to get there and parking.
The hike up the Jochberg is one of the most popular hikes. Not only because of the proximity to Munich, but also because of the grandiose panorama of neighbouring mountain peaks such as the Herzogstand and many well-known lakes such as Kochelsee, Walchensee but also in the far distance Ammersee, Starnbergersee and the Osternseen. The hike is classified as easy to moderate with 750 high meters. The Jocheralm offers to stop for refreshments. Since the way back leads along the lake shore, the Walchensee invites you to take a dip in the cool water. Here you will find more information about the hike, how to get there and parking.
The Tegernseer Hut is often referred to as “Eagle’s Nest” because it is located on the ridge between the mountains Roßstein and Buchstein. The hut is not only accessible to climbers – hikers can also enjoy this magnificently situated hut with a fantastic view. The hike is classified as a moderate hike with 900 high meters. Here you will find all information about the hike, how to get there and parking.