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From the Hochgrat over the Eineguntkopf

· 4 reviews · Hiking Route · Allgäu
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  • On the ridge trail between Hochgrat and Seelekopf
    On the ridge trail between Hochgrat and Seelekopf
    Photo: Hartmut Wimmer, Outdooractive Premium
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moderate
Distance 8.8 km
4:00 h
210 m
1,055 m
Beautiful tour over the ridge trail of the Nagelfluhkette and descent over alpine meadows

This hike takes us along the popular ridge trail of the Allgäu Nagelfluhkette. It is easy to reach with the Hochgratbahn. During the ascent with the mountain railroad, you can have a good look at the Nagelfluhkette, which we want to walk right away. From the ridge trail, which leads us from the mountain station of the Hochgratbahn over Seelekopf, Hohenfluhalpkopf and Eineguntkopf, there is then a wonderful panoramic view. On one side we look towards Steibis and Oberstaufen and on the other side down into the Leckner Valley and thus to Austria. Between Hohenfluhalpkopf and Eineguntkopf we reach the national border, which lies on the ridge path heading down to our descent. On the way down we pass some nice places to stop for refreshments, where you can end the hiking day wonderfully refreshed.

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Profile picture of Hartmut Wimmer Author Hartmut Wimmer 
True to the slogan “Only on new paths you leave visible traces” I am a passionate hiker and explorer. I love to be in the mountains, regardless of the activity. I am the founder and CEO of Outdooractive, thus turning my hobby into a career spending my whole time with my passion. By the way, we are always looking for people to join our team at Outdooractive, maybe you will find your future job here: https://corporate.outdooractive.com/jobs-bei-outdooractive/

Questions and answers

Question from Meike Wi · October 30, 2020 · Community
Kann man die Route auch gut andersherum, also bergauf, laufen? wie viel Zeit sollte man dann einplanen?
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Answered by Hartmut Wimmer  · November 01, 2020 · Outdooractive Editors
Hallo Meike, natürlich kann man auch anders herum gehen. Zur Ermittling der Dauer nutzt du ab besten den Tourenplaner: https://www.outdooractive.com/de/routeplanner/
Question from Franziska Czifra · September 18, 2020 · Community
Kann man diesen weg auch mit dem hund bewältigen, aufgrund der eisentreppen?
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Answered by Christian Herz · September 19, 2020 · Community
Hallo, wir sind zwar keine Hundebesitzer aber ich denke dass man an zwei bis drei Stellen den Hund tragen muss.
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Rating

4.8
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Andreas Koch
August 25, 2021 · Community
Schöne Wanderung mit viel Aussicht! ACHTUNG!!! Die Anfahrt ist falsch gesetzt - man wird auf den Gipfel geleitet und nicht an die Talstation. Am Anfang ist der Weg anspruchsvoller und man muss an einigen Stellen etwas vorsichtig sein. Mit Kindern ggf schwierig zu bewältigen (da kommt es darauf an wie geübt man ist) Der Abstieg ist abwechslungsreich und auch nicht zu steil.
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When did you do this route? August 17, 2021
Stefanie Köhler
October 14, 2020 · Community
Wunderschön!
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When did you do this route? October 14, 2020
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Panorama kurz nach der Bergstation