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Gaisterklamm is an amazing place to visit. You would be hiking through the woods for the first part and then walk along the canyon wall for the last part. It is not a difficult hike and it takes about 2-3 h to finish the all-round...More
This place provides an amazing view of valley and mountain from the bridge. Lot of walking to do with considerable steps to climb (In fact walked from the Mittenwald town), but the place is worth the walk. Bridge (foot path rather) goes around the place...More
We drive to the starting point of Leutascher_Geisterklamm and started walking. From parking it’s around 300 meters away easy walk. Then entered in to bridge and started our amazing and spectacular views. We walked complete bridge and took around 60 mins to complete. We can...More
We took the bus from Seefeld. Highlight was the suspended walkway which had great views of the fast flowing river below. Lots of photo opportunities. Not for the faint hearted or infirm. Reasonably demanding walk with steep steps and slopes in places, but well worthwhile....More
I walked all around, with a detour from the waterfall end to Mittenwald, over the invisible border into Germany. We had lunch before the very tough return path around the other side of the forge. W split up as another wom stayed backwith me. There...More
What an amazing find! We were en route to Munich for the last leg of our holiday, when we stopped in Mittenwald for a walk to see the Geisterklamm. We thought we'd take a chance on this to break up the journey, and I think...More
Absolutely beautiful walk and scenery. If you opt to go all the way to Mittenwald be aware that the path is quite steep. I am a 67 year old lady in not the greatest shape and it was a difficult hike from the point where...More
Hi, we would also like to know the answer to your question! I wonder if you were able to do the walk with a buggy. We are visiting at the end of September with a 2 year old. From your experience would the walk be suitable... More
Hi, we would also like to know the answer to your question! I wonder if you were able to do the walk with a buggy. We are visiting at the end of September with a 2 year old. From your experience would the walk be suitable? Can you see the gorge and then return to the car park the way you came?