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Avery McMillen reviewed On the Kramerspitz
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Amazing trail, loved the summit but I chose the worst, off-trail ascent I could think of. If you love yourself, don’t do what I did.

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Daniel Odesser reviewed On the Kramerspitz
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absolutely incredible. get up early if you want to finish the whole loop (we didn't make it)

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Jolina Menzel reviewed On the Kramerspitz
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Bin eine kleine Abkürzung zum Anfang gegangen, war aber auch sehr anstrengend. Die Strecke ist allgemein sehr schwer aber die Aussicht oben lohnt sich! Allerdings Nichts für Leute die nicht Schwindelfrei sind.. Der Aufstieg war am Anfang sehr angenehm, jedoch wurde das mittelstück auf dem Bergkamm wirklich zur Mutprobe für mich (leichte Höhenangst). Der Abstieg war dann wirklich super, mit kleiner Pause in der Stepbergalm.

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HikingFeeNo shade

Der Trail ist der einfachste und längste von den Trails, die es zur Zugspitze gibt. Das bedeutet nicht, dass dieser einfach ist. Jeder Abschnitt hat seinen eigenen Anspruch und trägt zur einer abwechslungsreichen und sehr schönen Tour bei.

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Ali Barakat reviewed On the Kramerspitz
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Jo Sieb reviewed On the Kramerspitz
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Olga Remeniuk reviewed On the Kramerspitz
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HikingFeeGreat!Rocky

Gut, ausdauernd, anstrengend, atemberaubend schön.

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Joshua Dillard reviewed On the Kramerspitz
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Incredible trail. Hard climb to the peak from whatever side you take but the views are worth it.

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This was one of my favorite places to hike, however, it was difficult due to me being out of shape! But really spectacular views.

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HikingFeeRockyScrambleSnow

Was a great trail. But let me tell you from mile 1-8 it’s a normal hike. But from 8 onwards from when you hit the cabin located there it’s a whole other beast. This trail turns into incredibly intense, don’t believe anyone who says “a little tough” this hike will have you reevaluating your entire life decisions that led you to this moment. I’ve never crawled naked across glass but this trail gave me a good idea for how it would feel. I recommend at a minimum being able to run a 14 minute 2 mile or 40 minute 5 miles before attempting this. And if you do decide to hike this trail, may God have mercy on your soul.

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Kai W reviewed On the Kramerspitz
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Amazing hike! The trail upwards (via St. Martin) is full of spectacular views and while challenging and exhausting, always stays fun. The path then from the summit (spectacular views again) to Stepbergalm is surprisingly cool, too. Only the way from there back to the car (via Königsweg) was awful (not terribly interesting, and there is so much gravel on the trail that it's extremely slippery). It took me 3:10h up and 2h down (excluding a big break at the summit and a late breakfast at Stepbergalm).

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Safeer Nhandoli reviewed On the Kramerspitz
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I had luck with weather. The trail is really hard and takes a good 9 hours, so carry enough food and water. I did the trail clockwise, visited stepbergalm first, and then ascending to the Krammerspitz. Anyway, my recording says it was more the 20km, I don’t think it’s 16km as described here. The views are definitely amazing.

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Isaac Day reviewed On the Kramerspitz
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The way up with a brutal shortcut

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Loved this hike! 10/10 would highly recommend!

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My wife and I, (age 29) started at 5:50 am from the ski jump in Partenkirchen. We arrived at the top 2:30pm, then had to wait in in line to climb uptown the actual summit. It would only take 5 min max to climb from there, but there was a long line mixed with mostly people that took cable car to top only. This hike is sooo worth it, and totally doable To hike to summit and take cable car back to lake! We were hiking at a faster pace than the estimated signs until we got to the 2nd and 3rd huts, from then on the signs were Accurate. Read the review above, “Alices” trail description is perfectly accurate.

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A gorgeous but strenuous hike. We did it in 9.5 hours one way, with a rest break for lunch. You begin at the Olympic Ski Jump in Garmisch-Partenkirchen (708 m) and walk to the Partnachklamm which is a gorge, the path is cut into the rock and the spray from the river is a refreshing start to the hike. You have to pay a fee to enter the gorge although it was unmanned when we arrived just after 6am. It costs 5€ to enter, although if you have a GaPa card (tourist card) you get 1€ discount. After the gorge you follow the signs for the Reintal and meander alongside the river on a service road and then a forest trail until you reach BockHütte (1052m). The route between this hut and the next is a bit rockier, slightly more elevated and stunning, there is a waterfall which shoots onto the valley floor below. The ReintalangerHütte(1366 m) is situated on the riverside and is pictoresque with Tibetan prayer flags fluttering over the river. Up until this hut the walk is quite meandering, there isn't any challenging hiking. Although you have covered a fair distance, you've only completed about a quarter of the height of climbing. In order to reach the next hut Knorrhütte (2051 m) you need to climb 685 m, it is certainly steep and rocky. The views are stunning and we were joined by Alpine sheep whose bells tinkled. Follow the red and white painted signs and you'll be fine.We had a refreshing Radler at the Knorrhütte and a good stretch. After Knorrhütte the path remains rocky and relatively steep, and you will need to cross a snowfield. We had no difficulty crossing in walking boots (end of July) although it can be difficult to identify the path, keep an eye out for those painted red and white signs. After this you reach the cable car station Sonn-Alpin (2597 m) which is besides the glacier, patches of blue glacial ice are visable when you look back onto it. The final push starts here. Its very steep and you are climbing/scrambling a scree slope, my poles were really useful. The scree gives way to larger rocks, and there are cables and steel pegs which are great handholds/footholds buried into the rocks. These are sturdy and were greatly appreciated since it has begun to rain and the rocks were very slippery. Then you reach the summit area (although not the actual summit) and are greeted by tourists who took the cable car up and other tired but jubilant hikers. To get to the actual summit and touch the Gold Cross denoting the highest point in Germany (2962 m) there is a short bit of klettersteig. Enjoy the views, it is stunning (when the clouds eventually cleared). We caught the cable car back to the Eibsee which was 35€ for a one way ticket, 10 minutes to get down and 9.5 hours to get up.

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