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Zum höchstgelegenen Badesee im Allgäu is a 6.6 mile point-to-point trail located near Oberstdorf, Bavaria, Germany that features a lake and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking.

Length 6.6 mi Elevation gain 1,771 ft Route type Point to Point
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The bus goes to Kleinwalsertal. We get off at the valley station of the Söllereckbahn and let the impressive panorama of the Oberallgäu affect us. To start, we can devote ourselves to the summer toboggan run Söllereck ( a rapid pleasure, before it goes to the chicken moss, a raised bog. We continue our hike on the nature adventure path to the Hochleite and with our eyes wander on the main massif of the Allgäu Alps with its peaks Mädelegabel and Bochkarkopf. Slightly downhill we now reach the Heini Klopfer ski flying hill. A tour and driveway with lift to the diving tower is a great experience and many are very dull in the stomach in this dizzying height. After that, the lake of Freiberg comes in sight and it sparkles and sparkles again and again green from the lake. The Freibergsee is the highest bathing lake of the Allgäu. Its water temperature is always very low even in midsummer. Nevertheless, it is a must to go to the pool and swim a round in the clear, green mountain lake. The trail now leads downhill to the lower and upper Renksteg bridge. We cross the Stillach and over the Öschwiesen, reaching Oberstdorf. Who wants to can run the tour in the opposite direction.

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