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Höllentalklamm gorge


... a helluvan experience

The Höllentalklamm is a unique natural spectacle in the Alps.

Do you crave wild romance? Then a hike through the Höllental gorge is just for you. You can discover the pristine charm of pure nature with all your senses. The Hammersbach stream with glacier run-off carves its way down through the high mountains, tumbling over boulders and dropping over cliffs into pools with milky foam, roaring and thundering along the way.
Some of the adventurous sections of the trail go through electrically lit tunnels where you can hear the dampened pounding of the wild water through small windows. Especially on hot summer days it is a pleasure being in the gorge with its cool and humid climate.

The little Höllentalklamm museum is located near the entrance (Höllental-Eingangshütte).

 

Höllentalklamm CLOSED

The Höllentalklamm is officially OPEN and accessible from Sunday. The Stangensteig and the access to the Höllentalklamm from Hammersbach will remain CLOSED until further notice! The entrance of the gorge is only accessible via Brandweg or Dr. Heinrichweg!

Höllentalklamm mit Steg, © Touristinformation Grainau - Foto Ehn
Höllentalklamm mit Steg
Höllentalklamm gorge rauschendes Wasser, © Touristinformation Grainau - Foto Ehn
Höllentalklamm gorge rauschendes Wasser
paragliding flight Höllentall in Grainau, © Fly Garmisch - Foto Dippon
paragliding flight Höllentall in Grainau
Höllentalangerhütte, © DAV Sektion München
Höllentalangerhütte
AlpspiX, summer, Höllental, © Bayerische Zugspitzbahn - Matthias Fend
AlpspiX, summer, Höllental
Höllentalanger with view to Zugspitze, © Touristinformation Grainau - Foto Ehn
Höllentalanger with view to Zugspitze
Höllentalklamm mit Steg, © Touristinformation Grainau - Foto Ehn
Höllentalklamm gorge rauschendes Wasser, © Touristinformation Grainau - Foto Ehn
paragliding flight Höllentall in Grainau, © Fly Garmisch - Foto Dippon
Höllentalangerhütte, © DAV Sektion München
AlpspiX, summer, Höllental, © Bayerische Zugspitzbahn - Matthias Fend
Höllentalanger with view to Zugspitze, © Touristinformation Grainau - Foto Ehn

Opening hours


Open 24 hours daily during the summer months.

During the winter months it is closed and not accessible.

More information

Höllentalklamm CLOSED

The Höllentalklamm is officially OPEN and accessible from Sunday. The Stangensteig and the access to the Höllentalklamm from Hammersbach will remain CLOSED until further notice! The entrance of the gorge is only accessible via Brandweg or Dr. Heinrichweg!

Admission


Adultsnon-member DAV5,00 €
AdultsDAV-member2,00 €
Children (7-17 years)non-member DAV2,00 €
Children (7-17 years)DAV-member1,00 €
Children up to 6 years free
Groupsfrom 15 persons3,00 €

 

Hikes around the gorge


The Höllentalklamm is a fantastic hiking tour even for inexperienced people and can serve as an intermediate stop for long mountain tours.

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Important information


  • Rainwear is recommended. In the gorge cool temperatures prevail even on midsummer days. Therefore, pay attention to appropriate clothing!
  • Please take care of your children, a fuse is recommended!
  • Canoes, bicycles and strollers may not be taken into the gorge for safety reasons!
  • For wheelchair users, the passage is unfortunately not possible!
  • Dogs must to be led on a leash through the gorge!

Approach & parking


By car

From Munich take the A 95 in the direction of Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Continue on the B2 towards Grainau, Fernpass, Reutte. 1st driveway - following the parking guidance system - to P2, Höllentalstraße (chargeable). If this is occupied, P1 at Schmölzstraße (chargeable).

Public transport

With the Eibsee-Bus you can go directly to the starting point of the Höllentalklamm - bus stop Hammersbach. The cogwheel train Zugspitzbahn also stops in Hammersbach. The hiking trail begins at the chapel in Hammersbach.