Jungholz circular trail over both Sorg Alps (Sorg Alpe 1, Sorg Alpe 2). Medium hiking trip with cultural and panoramic highlights in Austria's smallest enclave....
Distance 4.7 km
Highest point1,123 m
Lowest point979 m
Beautiful hike through the nature and landscape of Tyrol. After about 30 minutes, we cross the border from Tyrol into Allgäu. After about 35 minutes we arrive at Sorg Alpe 1, our first stop in a rustic but great alpine pasture. After about another 15 minutes, we walk past Sorg Alpe 2. Here, too, there is a place to stop for refreshments, with good food and drinks. To complete the circular route, we walk again, along well-signposted paths, in the direction of Jungholz. After about 35-40 minutes we arrive at the starting point, the church "Mariä Namen" in Jungholz.
A medium hike lies behind us and we were able to enjoy the uniqueness of the surroundings, nature and culture.
Save tour offline. Enjoy a stop at one of the rustic Sorg Alps.
From the Jungholz church, we walk past the ski lift. Directly at the ski lift garage, we turn onto the official hiking trail to the Sorg Alps. Through forests and nature we first reach the Sorg Alpe 1. The continuing path leads past the Sorg Alpe 2. Immediately afterwards we reach a small ascent with a beautiful view of the surroundings. After about 1:30 hours, we arrive back at the starting point, the church in Jungholz.
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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.
Parking is around 50 metres from the starting point (church).
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Please use sturdy shoes and suitable hiking equipment.
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