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Partnach Gorge or Partnachklamm is very serene and beautiful. To hear the Crystal clear waters of Partnach Stream that comes from the Zugspitze Plateau roaring through the gorge is a sight in itself. The walk is about 2 Km and the view on the other...More
Definitely worth the short day trip out of Munich. The scenery was beautiful and the air was clean and crisp. It was a lovely day when we went there. We took the DB RE train out and the same ticket could get us in and...More
The hike through the gorge is very easy. There is actually a paved trail to walk through. It does cost a couple euros to get in but it is worth it. We went during the low tourist season and there were
quite a few people...More
We parked at the Olympic ski jump parking lot, we had to pay a couple euros into the machine for parking for 2-3 hours.
We then walked through the ski jump arena and checked it out. The road to the trail is to the right...More
Very enjoyable walk and can be done even with younger kids. It is open all year. You can get a bit wet but it is a lot of fun to walk through the small caves alongside the river.
We did a hike up and around...More
I came to see Partnachklamm by recommendation of my friend. Great place, very unique. There are several hiking routes leading to Partnachklamm and around it so you may plan your walk tour depending on your physical training. Be ready for steep ascents and descents.
While visiting Garmisch-Partenkirchen we walked the Partnach River gorge or Partnachklamm. Mother Nature is amazing. The rushing waters are both thunderous and beautiful. The walk is easy, although there are some short dark, tight spots on the path, thank heavens for cellphone lighting. Also unexpectedly...More
This natural gem is definitely worth the visit. At first we didn’t know where to park, but eventually found parking at the Olympic stadium. Unfortunately parts of the path in are currently under construction so it’s not a pretty stroll to the gorge right now....More
The hike up through the Partnachklamm can easily be combined with a walk up to the top of mountain to see an alpine meadow. Alternatively, there is a gondola ride you can take to the top, then hike down from the alpine... More
The hike up through the Partnachklamm can easily be combined with a walk up to the top of mountain to see an alpine meadow. Alternatively, there is a gondola ride you can take to the top, then hike down from the alpine meadow, and finally through the gorge that way. The gorge alone (up and back) takes about 2 hours. The hike up and back can take 3-5 hours depending on how far you go, how often you stop and if you take the gondola ride in one direction.
The tram is accessible from near the parking lot by the stadium. While I did not use Monica's route, I can tell you that the gorge is relatively flat-people even had baby carriages (which were left outside the paid gorge... More
The tram is accessible from near the parking lot by the stadium. While I did not use Monica's route, I can tell you that the gorge is relatively flat-people even had baby carriages (which were left outside the paid gorge section). The walk is through the stadium, but the shop, and down a long road before turning for a bit more road (about 25 minutes), then you purchase your ticket and walk the gorge. There are horse drawn carts that will take you most of the way on the road.