Panoramic circular hike from Jungholz around the Grüntensee lake and back
Distance 22.5 km
Highest point1,197 m
Lowest point874 m
On the continuously signposted circular trail across national borders, we encounter cultural sights, great views and unique nature in the Allgäu and Tyrol. During the tour, we pass by various vantage points and attractions (climbing forest, children's playground, refreshment facilities), enjoy the great flair of the surroundings, as well as the natural spectacle around Jungholz, Wertach and the Grüntensee.
Pause at the lake house, send the kids to the climbing forest!
The starting point is the local car park in Jungholz. From there we walk via the district of Gie?enschwand to the Untere Alpe Reuterwanne, continue in the direction of Vorderreutte to St. Sebastian's Church. There we briefly cross the road and immediately turn left onto the circular path around the Grüntensee. Follow the signs all the way around (past the Seehaus with its climbing forest) until you turn off in the direction of Buronhütte. Past the children's playground (stopover with children) we walk again towards the St. Sebastian Chapel. This time we stay on the path next to the main road and follow the signs back to Jungholz. We continue along the Wertach (stream/river) until the turn-off towards Jungholz meets us. Here we briefly cross the road and walk through the district of Habsbichel, past the Felsenbad Jungholz back to our starting point.
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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.
The car park is also the starting point of the tour.
32T 608863 5269847
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Sturdy shoes, suitable hiking clothing
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