Snowshoeing in the Tannheimer Tal in Tyrol
Tramping on snowshoes through the untouched Tyrolean mountains of the Allgäu Alps is for many a very special experience. When choosing a route, however, it is important to take paths that are not located in wildlife or nature reserves. Snowshoes take you right into the winter wonderland of the Tannheim mountains. The big advantage of this discipline, which is becoming more and more popular every year, is that compared to other winter sports, it is very easy and can be learned in a very short time. Two snowshoes, a pair of hiking boots and two poles in your hand - and you can set off on a voyage of discovery. Best with a local mountain and hiking guide who knows the most attractive places along the way. The specialist shops in the Tannheimer Tal also offer the possibility of borrowing snowshoes.
The exact programme and further information on the guided snowshoe hikes can be found in our event calendar.
Please note the avalanche situation report!
Away from the prepared paths, the untouched winter landscape awaits adventurers: the Lohmoos round tour is a particularly beautiful path that leads through the Lohmoos, a raised bog. It is not cleared and is therefore ideal for snowshoe hikes through the snow-covered landscape. Starting from Tannheim, the high trail leads to Zöblen at the foot of Einstein. Another highlight of the tour is the Zugspitzblick: To enjoy this view, the guest turns left at Häldeler Berg and follows the signs to the panoramic view. A total of 12 kilometres and around 420 metres of altitude difference are covered during this round and are also suitable for families.