Hirschbichel | 1935m

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Hirschbichel, also known as Hirschbühel is a rather unfrequented peak in the Ammergauer Alps. The reason could be, that the most hikers in the area aim to climb the well known Kramer, the "Hausberg" of Garmisch. The ascent and descent is the same way across the so called "Gelbes Gewänd", a well laid out beautiful trail which looks different all times of the day. There is a nice hut on the way with excellent views  to the Zugspitzmassive. This tour is also suitable for sportive beginners. The route is south-exposed and possible early in the year.

Photo: Thomas Siegler

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By public transport (with Werdenfels-Ticket):
The hike starts directly at the station Untergrainau, it's a "Bedarfshalt" so you have to push a stop button in the train shortly before the train pass Untergrainau.


Adresse: 82467 Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Telefon: 08821 2238
Technical Difficulty Easy
Gear Hiking Boots
Popularity 1
Highest point 1935m
Total gain 1204m
Total loss 1204m
Duration 05:42
Distance 13.2Km
Rating 1126