Rampoldplatte is a 12.6 kilometer lightly trafficked loop trail located near Brannenburg, Bavaria, Germany that features a great forest setting and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for hiking, trail running, and nature trips.

Distance: 12.6 km Elevation Gain: 818 m Route Type: Loop

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This hike to the Rampoldplatte is basically the same as hiking trail no. 9, only in reverse order and with a few small deviations. Course details: Brannenburg, parking Sagbruck, above Lechen - a short distance upwards in the direction of Schuhbräualm - directly after the first bridge turn left onto path No. 6 - slightly downhill, later turn right, path No. 9 - right steep uphill, past the Breitenberghaus - through the forest to the Lechner Alm - do not turn right there (path no. 9), but straight on in the direction of Hochsalwand (path no. 9c) - on the ridge to the right - short climbing point (unsecured) - Rampoldplatte - downhill over the Rampold Alm to Schuhbräualm (managed) - to the right the road in the direction of Brannenburg - Schlipfgrub Alm - back to parking

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