From Jungholz to the Pfeifferberg
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Parish Church of Maria NamenPhoto: Michael Keller, Tannheimer Tal
Jungholz is Austria's smallest enclave with around 300 inhabitants. It lies in the middle of untouched nature and is known as an insider tip and starting point for unique outdoor tours.
This is a moderately difficult hiking tour up the Pfeifferberg (1457 metres) with a guarantee of wonderful views of the Allgäu and Tyrolean mountains in the most peaceful atmosphere. There are numerous places to stop for refreshments and sights to see along the way.
Safety informationIt should be noted that there can be a risk of injury on hikes and walking tours. Despite the most precise tour planning, there is always a residual risk.
Daily, the bus line operator "Komm Mit" drives to Jungholz from several sides and locations.
Bus stop Jungholz is about 150 metres from the starting point.
Variant 1: Exit A 7 Oy- Mittelberg, on B310 direction Wertach, Jungholz take exit left. Very good signposting
Variant 2: Accessible via B310 Oberjoch- Unterjoch - exit Pfeiffermühle/Jungholz.
The Jungholz ski lift car park is free of charge all year round. The capacity is around 300 vehicles.
Parking is around 50 metres from the starting point (church).
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EquipmentSturdy shoes, suitable hiking clothing required.
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