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Entrance cost 5 euro. In order to get there you have to taake the local bus and get off at ski stadium, then you have to walk for a while ( about 20 minutes) before entering in the gorge. It is spectacular.When you go up...More
We went both directions. Second time we walked to Graseck (very steep) and round to the south entrance, then came back over the iron bridge and back down to Graseck because they were working on the gorge. Saw lots of ill-equipped people heading for a...More
I visited this gorge last August 2018. I took the small 2 seater cable car up the Eckbaurbahn - next to the ski stadium and followed the Partnachklamm sign which took me past a restaurant and a lovely winding descent through the woods to Graseck...More
My husband and I visited Partnachklamm one afternoon while staying in Garmisch. It was amazing to experience a place unlike any we had ever seen on previous travels.
We parked by the Olympic stadium and walked about 20 minutes on a path with beautiful scenery...More
If you visit Garmisch you need to see this. The walk can be lengthy, but the reward is worth it. the views are superb. the sounds are magical. On a hot day the spray is refreshing. Probably not a good thing for a cold rainy...More
I had no idea what we were going to see when we went there. But it was a nice surprise! The gorge goes on for a long time. It was so nice to get a break from the heat. The sound of the water rushing...More
Incredible that they are able to build a trail through this gorge. It’s beautiful and worth the time. You get a little wet in the tunnels, but nothing bad. On a warm day, a rain jacket is probably not needed.
We visited Partnachklamm at the end of November. There was snow on the ground but the hiking pathway was clear and easy to negotiate. The gorge is very atmospheric in the snow and walking through was easily one of the best thing's we did in...More
The hike up through the Partnachklamm can easily be combined with a walk up to the top of mountain to see an alpine meadow. Alternatively, there is a gondola ride you can take to the top, then hike down from the alpine... More
The hike up through the Partnachklamm can easily be combined with a walk up to the top of mountain to see an alpine meadow. Alternatively, there is a gondola ride you can take to the top, then hike down from the alpine meadow, and finally through the gorge that way. The gorge alone (up and back) takes about 2 hours. The hike up and back can take 3-5 hours depending on how far you go, how often you stop and if you take the gondola ride in one direction.
The tram is accessible from near the parking lot by the stadium. While I did not use Monica's route, I can tell you that the gorge is relatively flat-people even had baby carriages (which were left outside the paid gorge... More
The tram is accessible from near the parking lot by the stadium. While I did not use Monica's route, I can tell you that the gorge is relatively flat-people even had baby carriages (which were left outside the paid gorge section). The walk is through the stadium, but the shop, and down a long road before turning for a bit more road (about 25 minutes), then you purchase your ticket and walk the gorge. There are horse drawn carts that will take you most of the way on the road.