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To the Enning-Alm

Starting point: Bahnhof (train station) Garmisch-Partenkirchen - Ending point:

  • Route length:30,4 km
  • Highest point: m
  • Altitude uphill:1151 m
  • Duration:3.75 Std
When passing Lake Pflegersee with its splendid views of Garmisch-Partenkirchen and the surrounding mountains, across the meadows of the Reschberg Mountain, and the former haunt of the famous bear Bruno, you will go uphill to the mountain pasture Enning-Alm. At an altitude of 1,544 m, from the beginning of July until mid-September, you can see young cattle, goats and horses, all grazing together on the lush green meadows between the Felderkopf and Hirschbühel Mountains.

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From the parking site in front of the station you will go right, pass the travel agency and pedal down Bahnhofstraße. At the traffic light turn left onto Parkstraße. Follow its course to the major intersection. Here you will turn right along Burgstraße. After ca. 500 m turn left onto Thomas-Knorr-Straße and follow the signs to "Pflegersee". Soon you will see an information board providing orientation. At Lake Pflegersee, a restaurant and a beach await you. Along the eastern bank continue on, following the signs to "Reschbergwiesen/Enning-Alm". On the well-developed gravel path take on the next climb. After crossing a gorge, you can catch the first glimpse of the Loisachtal Valley. Soon the path turns more level and up ahead you will be able to see the meadows of Reschberg Mountain. Here you will be at an altitude of roughly 870 m, so you already managed the first 200 m altitude difference. At the large junction you should keep left and follow the cycling signs to the Enning-Alm. Stay on the forest track, which soon turns considerably steeper. Ahead of you lies the first of two longer climbs. Finally you will pass a small Alpine hut, in front of which a bench and a magnificent view invite you to take a breather. Unfortunately, the hut is not attended. Now you will take on the second climb that is even steeper than the first one. Then, the way goes downhill for a short while. Be careful not to miss the sign to the Enning-Alm, which will suddenly pop up on your right. Go uphill to the right. It may be better to get off your bike and walk it up the very steep climb (including steps) through the forest. Then, the forest clears and you can see the Enning-Alm. Take the same way back down to the valley.

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Weatherproof clothing, cycling helmet, water bottle, repair kit, first-aid kit, and protection against the sun