Gleirschklamm - 4 Things to Know Before Visiting

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About Gleirschklamm

The Gleirschklamm is one of the most beautiful natural gorges in the Karwendel . It has always captivated with its imposing rocks, small waterfalls and crystal-clear water. You experience a unique water-rock landscape and feel the power and strength of the water, which has been making its way through the rock for centuries. On a hot summer's day, the hiker enjoys the cool and water-saturated air in the Gleirschklamm.

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Pleisenspitze

Pleisenspitze

4.42km from Gleirschklamm

The Pleisenspitze is a 2569 m above sea level. A. high mountain in the Karwendel in Tyrol. Apart from the large difference in altitude, it is quite easy to reach from Scharnitz. Leisurely hikers spend the night at the highly recommended Pleisenhütte , which is about halfway. The Pleisenspitze is also a popular destination for ski tours and snowshoe hikers in winter, whereby the route essentially follows the normal route.

Vallée de Hinterau

Vallée de Hinterau

4.49km from Gleirschklamm

The Hinterau Valley runs from Scharnitz in the eastern end of the valley, the Rossloch , over a length of 14 km . From Scharnitz, the valley is bounded to the north for a few kilometers by the northern link of the Karwendels, it is then interrupted by the Karwendeltal , the valley where the Karwendelbach flows, and to the east by the Hinterautal-Vomper link. The southern limit is formed by the Gleirsch-Halltal link.

Karwendeltal

Karwendeltal

4.77km from Gleirschklamm

Karwendel Valley is one of the longest valleys in the Karwendel and runs in a slight curve from west to east between the Northern Karwendel Chain in the north and the Hinterautal-Vomper Chain in the south.The valley is traversed by the Karwendelbach , which flows into the Isar at the western end of the valley . At the eastern end of the valley with the Angeralm, the Hochalmsattel connects with the transition to the Kleiner Ahornboden or to the Johannestal .

Schafreuter

Schafreuter

5.97km from Gleirschklamm

The Schafreuter is the highest peak in the Vorkarwendel and therefore offers a fantastic panorama. It is a popular destination both in summer for hiking and winter for ski tours. The ascent to the summit on this hike is not difficult for experienced hikers, but leads a few meters over steep crags that require sure-footedness.

Erlspitze

Erlspitze

6.36km from Gleirschklamm

Erlspitze is a mountain with three major ridges located at the south west corner of the Karwendel. Its pyramid-shaped summit makes it a good observation peak north of the Erl Saddle and the Solsteinhaus mountain hut. Erlspitze is a major viewpoint which offers a splendid panorama with a great view of the alpine main ridge, Wetterstein and Karwendel mountains.

Große Arnspitze

Große Arnspitze

6.61km from Gleirschklamm

The Große Arnspitze is the highest peak in the Arnspitze Group in the Wettersteingebirge mountains. It is located west of Scharnitz in Austria. The border between Germany and Austria runs over its summit.The normal climbing route, runs from Scharnitz westwards and below the Ahrntalköpfle to the Riedberg. Below this mountain the path bends to the southwest from the Arnspitzhütte, whence it heads northwest to the summit.

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Tyrol is a state in western Austria. You can experience a majestic and enchanting mountain landscape sure to touch their soul. Countless outdoor activities and a warm welcome make holidays in this stunning region an unforgettable experience.

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