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chenav  
#1 Posted : Saturday, January 17, 2015 6:41:03 PM(UTC)
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Hello everyone,

In 2013 and I autovr my dated for 10 days in chalets in the Bavarian Alps, West of East Germany-Austria border directly on (although we actually only in Germany). It's not particularly Alpine route, and not always walk "pioristit" as some here like – but still very diversity and enjoyed the atmosphere, and I hope that will work for the rest of you might want to get to this region.

The track is characterized by low-medium altitudes of between 700 to 1800 m and yet receive daily ups and downs of accumulation of approximately 1000 m. Due to the low height, suitable for walking outside of classic alpine touring season, which is actually the main reason we chose him (However, there's always room for surprises wait for report). The walk was very diverse, and included Billy, dense forests and tall waffles, and some walk in the valleys and villages. Unfortunately, in some cases, we found ourselves walking right on paved roads, but not encountered at all.

The track is mostly based on the path E4, which crosses the continent from Spain to Greece, so – no walking track where start and end are defined. Everyone can choose his starting point and the ending point, the trail and Greece total days of walking, according to. The track out fairly frequent small towns which have access to public transportation (buses for sure and sometimes trains), so you can go up and down the trail fairly simply. Arrival area is also simple and cheap-flight to Germany (Air Berlin is a very affordable option, and sometimes up) and there's about 3 hours. Of course, earning a chance to spend a few hours or a whole day in Munich that is charming and full of history.

The main source used to route planning is the Via Alpina, he is inspiring and it is difficult to overstate. The Via Alpina is a network of five international trails crossing eight States, cumulative length of 5000 miles that divided into 342 days.

The site provides complete information and quality on each of those days, 342 includes altitude map through stories, cabins and temporary accommodation + open and phones, and you can even make one large PDF file that contains all of this information for the start and end points. Say it's not.

Another main source for planning the walk was the H2Hwebsite that wrote this guy got one in Munich and another house in Provence, and decided to go from one to another (hence the name House-to-House). Also this site is invested with so much important information, and fortunately the first part in his walks almost completely washed the route that we were going to do, so we where.

The track also corresponds largely to bigMaximiliansweg, therefore some helpful sites on this path, but most were in German and they provide little added value.

Finally, in some cases called for boring bits and less successful, then used the site online maps of Rooms to re-design some of the steps to make them more successful. It is a topographic maps for all intents and purposes, and also include details of cabins and lodging (although should check carefully whether the truth in that is open to the public or is this just a private farm).

Eventually we started with two small notebooks I made – one contained the story through the website Via Alpina and the other contained screen shots of maps from all rooms. Some preparatory work, but I love these things. Of course it's not ideal to go with "Strip map such a trip, but since this is an uninhabited area and significant deviations from plan, we felt it was good enough.

And after all this long introduction – here's our walk description We chose to go from West to East that at the end of the trip we rented a car and jumped to Salzburg for a few days (the vehicle Munich back and then flew back to Earth). We started walking in the town of F?ssen and planned to finish on a total of 11 Oberaudorf, days and 180 km. the ... Read below.

Sunday: from Kenzenh?tte to F?ssen.

To F?ssen arrived the evening before, on the train from Munich and a stay at Hotel Br?ust?berl. We knew before a long day, so we took the morning bus from the town centre at the Central palace Schloss, which is probably more famous in Bavaria (there are more ordinary houses palaces) and legend says was the inspiration for Disney's film. In fact the public bus doesn't come right to the Castle, which is on the mountain, so to get there we had to warm the feet. The road to the Palace accompanied by Japanese tourists (go figure), but we were disappointed when we went together to the Palace and even 50 m couldn't see it due to heavy fog.

After a short tour in the Palace Courtyard surround him, finally, the tntnko, and started walking. Some immigrants and the fog finally clears, or rather, stayed behind. Mountain view to us, and we begin to feel at home. Crossing a series of tiny through passim to Gabelschrofensattel, climbing him hard about the pronunciation of his name. Away down stream channels to the side first, Kenzenh?tte.

Monday: from Kenzenh?tte to P?rschlinghaus.

Continue on the decline until our second Palace, Schloss Linderhof, built by the Bavarian King oodavig II. We stopped here for lunch especially successful and interesting tour of the Palace and surrounding gardens. Then we turned North back to the E4 and a long and arduous pilgrimage to the P?rschlinghaus hut. The cabin, or rather the "VIP" area which is right on the edge of Spitz, one can see far. We and other townspeople were asleep in the cabin itself, which is located a few meters. Since we got here this weekend, there were quite a few families who had come for a walk and there is there, and the cabin is almost full. Fortunately, we had a place.

Tuesday: from P?rschlinghaus to Eschenlohe.

Immediately in the morning start off the cliff and lose all accumulated height on the previous day, until arriving at the base of the large town of Oberammergau Valley. Trickle got us to a coffee shop to stop 10 with fruitcake, followed by continued through the leg, and crossed "small hills" (who were probably are called in Israel) until the next Valley and the tiny town of Eschenlohe. Here there is a B & B right on the banks of the River, in old German who runs the place itself. As I understand, we were there alone.

Wednesday: rest. The place was really charming and relaxed, and I needed to effect recovery landed on me, so I decided to stay another day in Eschenlohe and indulge.

Thursday: from Eschenlohe to Walchensee.

Going back on the E4 (I make it sound like a highway, but it's not, probably in October), for which climbs gently on a dirt road up to Rotwandkopf. Hence deciding to turn northward, passing through high on Heimgarten and on Ridge to Herzogstand product distributors. Unfortunately entered heavy fog to hide almost all but walking, was challenging and fun. On Herzogstandh?user we had no place to stay (we knew that) so we went on the Herzogstandbahn Walchensee Lake lies at the foot of the mountain where there is again in B & B of a German grandmother.

Friday: from Tutzinger H?tte to Walchensee.

This morning we caught the first bus north from Walchensee, which brought us to the northernmost point on the Lake, from which the track (if we were staying in Herzogstandh?user the night before we get there, rising on the trail). Cross the street, walk east and again rise steeply in a lovely forest to Jocheralm. The fog a bit back but adds much magic in endless fields of the alm. Another type, and to the Benediktenwand ("Benedict" wall) and scares Tutzinger H?tte and legs which spend the night. Unlike last night, here we again get to Chalet experience.

7th day: from Tutzinger H?tte to Lenggries and bus to Kreuth.

Continue to go to the foot of the Benediktenwand Halifax North and hike, trail until Brauneck ski resort. To compensate for the day of rest we took, and to skip to section should be pretty boring, we decided to skip a bit – we went to Lenggries cable and then caught a bus that took us into the next Valley and the town of Kreuth. We arrived just in time to close the informiion, who managed to find us a place to stay at B & B is very lovable.

Eighth day: from Sutten to Kreuth.

As already practiced after nights in valleys — is getting climbing steep and twisting, that brings us to where Grubereck should be a lovely view, but again a little fog. Thus we turn left and right, through whichever lower, going on line and Ridge Wallberghaus-we're there with good soup for lunch. Paved road from here back to the next Valley to the town (?) Sutten. Here we already enjoy luxurious hotel Berghotel Sutten, mainly because there is no other choice, but we're not complaining. (Still cheaper rates probably due to season)

9th day: from Rotwandhaus to Sutten.

Rising to the top station of the ski area, and has immediately falling back on the other side to Lake Spitzingsee. Surround him South, stopping for lunch, of course, be very expensive — not money but in the rain. And lots of rain. Outside starts dripping and the temptation to take the Taubensteinbahn cable car and decide to climb. The way the rain is getting stronger and stronger, and we got a few hours to Rotwandhaus was the end of it right and got wet to the bone. The modern cabin received us gladly and hosted us for a night that started with rain and ended with ...

10th day: from Rotwandhaus to Spitzingsee.

Snow! Full snow. Woke up this morning and discovered that white during the night are down approximately 40 cm of snow, and he keeps dropping. We realized we couldn't continue on the track we planned because we expected long, secluded trails. So we decided to go back on our tracks, to descend to the Lake Spitzingsee from us yesterday and finished the trip. Armed with garbage bags around their feet (shoes, socks to his knees) went to snow and wended our way down. Two hours later, the walk, the weather cleared up, and we got to crazy views. Although we missed the last day, we felt like we won a more than compensated for it. In Germany, discovered in Spitzingsee "some snow and everything sticks, and mess with the trains and buses needed to reach Rosenheim was name the rental. All's well that ends well, we got to the car, crossed into Austria for a visit of several days in Salzburg and its surroundings, and from there to Munich and home.

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#2 Posted : Saturday, January 17, 2015 7:41:34 PM(UTC)
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Great. Thank you. Casting and breathtaking snow
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#3 Posted : Monday, January 19, 2015 8:37:35 PM(UTC)
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Excellent report and great pictures.

Add a route that wasn't selling so far and a good option for those who pop up always in late September with requests for track and we tell them that everything is closed.

Have you done other treks and can rate the difficulty level? That sounds like 1,000 feet per day Alpine Trek everything just flying at lower altitudes.

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#4 Posted : Monday, January 19, 2015 11:40:34 PM(UTC)
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chenav  
#5 Posted : Tuesday, January 20, 2015 9:12:47 PM(UTC)
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Thank you, Amnon, Yuval and me.

Yuval, the question went together in TMB, AV1, on «EBC in Nepal and Vanoise Parc. The Nepal leave aside that she is in her own League in terms of difficulty.

I would rate the course as harder. TMB-AV1 BV (as easiest of all Vanoise), but it's hardly "legs". In truth there are many height changes, because almost every day crossing the Valley of shchnho, but one of the conditions around a little easier compared to the AV1 (for better or worse, crossing many small towns on the way and always sleep in Spartan huts).

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#6 Posted : Saturday, January 24, 2015 4:49:51 PM(UTC)
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Great reporting! The pictures are also wonderful, well done and thank you.

eladamar  
#7 Posted : Wednesday, May 27, 2015 5:48:45 PM(UTC)
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Great reporting!
I'd like some answers, is it possible that along the route to open tent? Or is it not these routes
Does anyone know what the weather in mid-August?
Thanks for answering.
chenav  
#8 Posted : Wednesday, May 27, 2015 7:06:51 PM(UTC)
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You ask for the law if it is allowed? I'm pretty sure it is forbidden by law, but if you open a tent away from the towns and agricultural fields, pastures, and away from the trail, no one will tell you anything (even just because nobody sees you). We will change the path in some Alpine cabins, you can ask them can open them over and use a tent (for a fee of course). If you are interested.

As in August this area. Temperature of 10 degrees to 25 degrees at night, and of course, experience days of occasional drizzle. Not prevented to go there at this time, although if you're in the area, why not take advantage of it to go higher trails?

eladamar  
#9 Posted : Wednesday, May 27, 2015 8:22:00 PM(UTC)
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In terms of higher consider them too, I just want to have as many options to choose from.
Thank you very much for your answers!
ItaiG  
#10 Posted : Thursday, June 11, 2015 7:48:45 PM(UTC)
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Bouncing for those following the trail here me and solidifies the idea to travel on the route of the track (via alpine) in the Bavarian Alps, we have two weeks total (flying July 7 and landing in Munich), my question is how should Greece to start the route from West to East, or one of the sections in the Middle until the end, music is the question as one of its kind that washed it (E4 and the mksimelswag).

I followed the route via Alpine website and through the set's maps (published urine ") and unable to form an opinion.

Whether you should start fromOberstdorf(end of the violet), and eastward, or to start his own midlife Marlo fromLenggries(e.g.) and proceed West.

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