Paula Hofherr, 27.07.2020

The 6 best walks with prams

Hiking with child and cone
From easy walking trails to challenging mountain tours. In the region around the Zugspitze, there are many opportunities to discover the most beautiful hiking trails in summer.
There are also a whole range of tours that are also easy to master with prams.
1.) Hiking trails in the Moos

Several flat walking paths along meadows and streams, always with a view of the Zugspitze, lead through the Moos in the Ehrwald-Lermoos-Biberwier basin. Starting points from Ehrwald are the Kirweg, Weidach or Garmischer Straße (Shell petrol station). From Lermoos you can reach the footpaths from the end of the village (opposite M-Preis supermarket), untere Tanne and the Moosweg. In Biberwier you can take the Ehrwalder Straße opposite Camping Biberhof and the Römerstraße.

2.) Ehrwalder Alm - Alpine lake

The Ehrwalder Almbahn takes you comfortably up to the top station. From there you simply follow the signs to the Almsee. While the little ones splash around in the water, the grown-ups can enjoy the unique view. If you feel like discovering more, you can take the Almseerunde. Along the way there are various carved figures to admire, a wooden snow cat to climb, crawl and slide and great water fun with the raft and the water wheel.

3.) Panorama trail to Lermoos/Ehrwald

An incredibly beautiful path with a view over the valley basin, which also forms a link between the towns of Lermoos and Ehrwald. The panorama trail can be started from Lermoos from the supermarket M-Preis, as well as from Ehrwald, from the Shell petrol station. You can also take the numerous paths back through the Moos.

4.) Panorama trail to Biberwier/Ehrwald

The beautiful circular walk leads from Ehrwald tennis court through the larch forest towards Biberwier. Past the Pulverkeller stamping station and past the Rochus chapel. Along the Loisach river you can take the path through the Moos back to Ehrwald. Of course, you can also start the round trip from Biberwier.

5.) Rotlech waterfall

Starting at the Hotel Thaneller in Rinnen, the route leads down the valley along the Seebach, at the bend towards Rauth and from there to the vantage point of the Rotlech waterfall. The path to the lookout point can be walked continuously with a pram. Hikers who are free from giddiness and do not suffer from vertigo can walk even further from the lookout point to the Rotlech Gorge and directly to the waterfall.

6.) Valley hike to Heiterwanger See

The leisurely, easy valley hike begins in Bichlbach at the guild house or the tourist office and leads along the panorama path to the Heiterwanger See. Once at the lake, there are numerous possibilities to spend the day. From a boat trip to the playground directly on the shore, there is something for everyone. Or you can enjoy the view of the lake on the terrace of the Hotel Fischer am See with a cup of coffee.

Tip:

Prams can partly be rented in the hotels or also in the sports shops. The transport of prams is possible in all cable cars, thus one gets comfortably, also with child and cone, to the most beautiful mountains of the region.

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