Hiking? How wonderful!
Off to winter bliss!
The soft falling of snowflakes, the wistful scent of the forest, the soothing rustle of the spruces … a soulful place where unspoilt nature and luxurious cosiness meet. Away from the hustle and bustle and the fun on the slopes, Tannheimer Tal can also be enjoyed in peace and quiet. If you’re looking for tranquillity, lace up your hiking boots or strap on your snowshoes and explore the idyllic snow-covered landscape on foot. Hiking in Tannheim is a wonderful way to enjoy the fantastic view of the mountains while breathing in the mountain air. We would be happy to provide you with information and tips so that you can experience winter with us in a way that is otherwise only possible for locals.
Neunerköpfle Adventure Trail
High up at the 1,862-metre-high Neunerköpfle mountain station, the two-kilometre-long adventure trail begins. Along the route, don’t just expect picturesque views, but also eleven informative stations about the mountain landscapes, nature, and animals. The circular trail is also very interesting for children.
Nesswängle Panoramic Route
If you fancy a short winter hike, then this tour from Nesswängle to Haller is just right for you. Follow the high trail, cross the Gallenbach bridge and two other watercourses and enjoy the view at the highest point, the Neuschwand lift. Now, begin the descent back to the starting point.
3 Hütten Tour
This three-hut tour starts at the valley station of the Krinnenalpen cable car. From here, follow the forest path to the first hut called Krinnenalpe – or be transported comfortably up by cable car. Continue along the Alpenrosenweg to the second hut, the Nesswängler Edenalpe, and from there follow marker no. 16 to the Gräner Ödenalpe, the third hut.