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" A beautiful naturally carved wonder "

The gorge is a 30 mins walk away from the Olympic ski stadium and the walk itself is scenic. The... read more

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Beautiful gorge

I came through here as part of a large group hiking up to the Zugspitze and found it to be very... read more

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Reviewed 1 week ago

The gorge is a 30 mins walk away from the Olympic ski stadium and the walk itself is scenic. The entrance fee is EUR5 pp and a leisure pace through the gorge from start to finish and back will take between 2 to 3 hrs....More

Date of experience: November 2018
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Reviewed 1 week ago

I came through here as part of a large group hiking up to the Zugspitze and found it to be very beautiful. It is a nice hike and along the way you can see some amazing scenery including waterfalls. Highly recommend coming through here.

Date of experience: September 2018
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

If the Partnachklamm gorge is a great summer visit in Winter it is truly amazing. The water falling into the gorge forms fabulous frozen waterfalls and ice curtains that really add to the beauty of this place. All the while you hear the roar of...More

Date of experience: December 2018
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Reviewed December 12, 2018

Partnach Gorge or Partnachklamm is very serene and beautiful. To hear the Crystal clear waters of Partnach Stream that comes from the Zugspitze Plateau roaring through the gorge is a sight in itself. The walk is about 2 Km and the view on the other...More

Date of experience: September 2018
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Reviewed December 11, 2018 via mobile

Definitely worth the short day trip out of Munich. The scenery was beautiful and the air was clean and crisp. It was a lovely day when we went there. We took the DB RE train out and the same ticket could get us in and...More

Date of experience: December 2018
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Reviewed December 9, 2018

it has the most beautiful view when you get to the opening of the gorge, i come here every time i visit this part of germany! just stunning!

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank Amy M
Reviewed November 25, 2018 via mobile

The hike through the gorge is very easy. There is actually a paved trail to walk through. It does cost a couple euros to get in but it is worth it. We went during the low tourist season and there were quite a few people...More

Date of experience: November 2018
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Reviewed November 23, 2018 via mobile

We parked at the Olympic ski jump parking lot, we had to pay a couple euros into the machine for parking for 2-3 hours. We then walked through the ski jump arena and checked it out. The road to the trail is to the right...More

Date of experience: November 2018
1  Thank John S
Reviewed November 12, 2018 via mobile

Very enjoyable walk and can be done even with younger kids. It is open all year. You can get a bit wet but it is a lot of fun to walk through the small caves alongside the river. We did a hike up and around...More

Date of experience: November 2018
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Reviewed November 6, 2018

I came to see Partnachklamm by recommendation of my friend. Great place, very unique. There are several hiking routes leading to Partnachklamm and around it so you may plan your walk tour depending on your physical training. Be ready for steep ascents and descents.

Date of experience: October 2018
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cy c
January 15, 2019|
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Response from lauracastagneto | Reviewed this property |
It is not so difficult. Most of the path is flat , only at the end you have to go up (5-10 minutes) , you are inside a sort of cave with a side open.
September 9, 2018|
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Response from docoffee | Reviewed this property |
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
Bobby S
September 8, 2018|
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How much to time to spend in Fussen? (2 Replies)
Hello, Currently I have 1 night scheduled in Fussen and am wondering if I should add another night or perhaps spend 1 night fussen and 1 night in Mittenwald.. My original plan was to see the typical sites around Fussen and walk the bridge.... However, I have found the following things in the surrounding region that seem very interesting in. Has anyone done any of these and can they recommend if its a must do.. Visit Mittenwald Walk Partnachklamm: One of the most dramatic...More
August 07, 2009|
Response fromemilysmom2003|
One night in each place is probably a good idea. The Zugspitze is really only worthwhile if the weather is clear, but there is much to see and do in Mittenwald and nearby Garmisch. The painted murals on the outsides of the buildings in Mittenwald are very scenic. If you're interested in music, you can watch violins being made by hand in Mittenwald, too. There's also a chair lift up the mountain side.
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Partnachklamm - mid Jan? (7 Replies)
Is it advisable to visit? On a day trip from Munich? How to get there? thanks guys
January 08, 2008|
Response fromPanda74|
I wouldn't go visit it. You will need a long rain coat, water-proof shoes and a rain hat so that you're covered from head to foot because there is always a fine water spray in the air there, otherwise you'll get wet and miserable. Cold wet is not exactly the most pleasant thing to experience in winter.
Charlie R
Jersey City, New Jersey, USA
Do We Rent a Car (5 Replies)
Hello, My girlfriend & I are going to Munich in late September till the first week of October. We will have from Sat 29th (afternoon) till the 4th (noon). There are a few places we would like to see but seem to be on the fence about a car. Here are the places in no particular order. 1) Neuschwanstein & Rothenburg 2) Cathedral of Cologne 3) Partnachklamm 4) Stuttgart Wine Village 5) Triberg 6) Baden Baden We are looking for fun things to do & unique things to see...More
June 21, 2012|
Response fromrailenthusiast|
I would suggest you look at a map and typical travel times if you are thinking about that list of locations - Cologne is a long way from Munich and the Black Forest isn't that close either.