Wallberg is a 12.1 kilometer moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Kreuth, Bavaria, Germany that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on leash.

Distance: 12.1 km Elevation Gain: 965 m Route Type: Out & Back

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The Wallberg is a mountain in the Bavarian Alps near Tegernsee. It is famous for having the longest toboggan run in Germany and also has a ski route. The summit offers incredible views of the surrounding Alps and Tegernsee.

4 months ago

This is a hike that is strangely easy as well as difficult at the same time - almost deceiving, I would say. What I mean by that is that the first one-and-a-half hours are extremely easy - it's going up steadily, but it's never too exhausting - but the last twenty minutes are extremely tough. I did this in mid April and there was still lots of snow in this latter part. From what I've heard, even without the snow there are some parts where you need to climb a bit and parts of the trail will have you very close to big drop-offs. The view from the summit is, needless to say, great.

Sunday, June 18, 2017

This trail is not for the faint of heart as it challenges your endurance. It's rated moderate but I give it moderate/hard rating. There are awesome views of Lake Tegernsee and the Swiss alps. Even had some snow cover on the mountains to the left in June. There's definitely a payoff as you get close to to top as you pass cows out in a pasture and they have cowbells on which is music to your ears. The view at the top is stunning! Stopped in at the restaurant at the top for a celebratory beer and struedel! It took 1 1/2 hours to do the winter trail as there is a summer trail that's steeper but will cut off about 20 minutes. We enjoyed the ride down on the ski lift and got to witness a paraglider flying down the mountain we just hiked up. What a great way to connect with the area!

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