Herzogstand

The Herzogstand is 1,731 m high and lies northwest of Lake Walchen and was once the favorite mountain of King Ludwig II. You can either get up there by cable car or on foot. An impressive panorama awaits you at the top. The various hiking trails offer tours with varying degrees of difficulty. The ridge walk from Herzogstand to Heimgarten is only suitable for sure-footed and giddy hikers and offers an unforgettable experience. The panoramic nature trail offers a more leisurely tour.

Other recreational activities:

Zugspitze

Zugspitze

The Zugspitz massif is located northwest of Garmisch-Partenkirchen and is Germany’s highest mountain at 2,962m. From the terrace of the mountain station you have a

Watzmann

Watzmann

The Watzmann is the landmark of the Berchtesgadener Land. Not only its height of 2,713 m but also its striking shape made it famous. The

Alpspitze with Alpspix

Alpspitze

The Alpspitze with its 2,626 m pyramid-shaped peak is the landmark of Garmisch-Partenkirchen. In the summer months you will find easy tours on wide forest

Brauneck

Brauneck

The Brauneck is located in Lenggries and has an altitude of 1,555 m. Through the Brauneck mountain railroad you arrive relaxed just below the summit.

Blomberg

Blomberg

The Tölz local mountain with its 1248 m can be climbed in a good 90 minutes or reached in a few minutes with a chairlift.