Tourismusverband Tannheimer Tal
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  • Winterwandern auf der Höh im Tannheimer Tal
  • Winterwandern im Tannheimer Tal
Tourismusverband Tannheimer Tal

Hiking in winter ...

... on the Neunerköpfle Mountain in Tannheim

The 2.2 kilometer long, mostly flat path is cleared and groomed daily and is situated at almost 1,900 meters above sea level. The trail leads from the summit station of Neunerköpfle cable car into the panoramic depths of the Tannheim mountains. Whoever wants to, can take a 30-minute detour up to the largest summit book in the Alps. At the top, the fantastic view of the Tannheim Valley, into the Allgäu Alps or neighboring Allgäu is sure to be a great reward in and of itself.

... atop the Gamskopf with the "Panoarma-Informator"

Enjoy beautiful snowy walks to the fullest – this goes for the Füssener Jöchle as well. While hiking on the Gamskopf, which takes about half an hour, winter hikers get their money’s worth. At the top, a wonderful view into the Allgäu Alps and the Tannheim mountains unfolds. For mountain-lovers and for those who want to become one, the Panorama Informer has been installed on the top of the Gamskopf - 100 peaks are mentioned on it by name.

Winterpanorama-Weg zum Gamskopf

... on the top of Nesselwängle

The winter walking path starts at the top station of the chairlift “Krinnenalpe” and leads westwards a small part parallel to the ski run. The paths goes on a little bit steeper at the valley station of the t-bar lift “Almboden” to the turning point at the summit cross of “Farrenegg” (western of the Nesselwängler Endenalpe). During the walk there are some possibilities to make a break with a great view. Spend some time high above the Haldensee, enjoy the sun and the view to the Tannheim Valley and the nearby Allgäu. The Krinnenalp is near the top station of the chairlift and is also open in winter.

Attention: A part of the path leads over the high cross-country ski track!

Winterwandern Nesselwängle