Chiemgau Alpine Pastures

Dear hikers,

Visit our traditional, panoramic Chiemgau alpine pastures with a typical alpine snack!

The alpine pasture Keitlalm/Keit Alp lies below the mountain Rauschberg at an altitude of 969 metres and can be reached from the Hotel Gastager in Inzell by bike or on foot. And this is how to get there by bus: take the bus to Reit im Winkl at the bus station in Inzell, the bus stops directly at the Holzknechtmuseum, you should simply follow the signs to Kaitlalm from the hiking car park at the Holzknechtmuseum. You walk along the creek Fischbach, further into the Schwarzachental valley up to the pasture Schwarzachenalmen, on the right you have a wonderful view of the Sontagshorn, the highest of the Chimgauer mountains (1961m). After about 1.5 hours you will reach the beautiful alpine pasture between Kienberg and Seßseekopf.

The mountain pasture Reiteralm/Reiter Alp (980 m) is famous for its homemade, delicious cheesecake. The parking possibility: in Weißbach from Inzell coming after the gas station right over the bridge, then left into the "Oderweg". The 2nd left "Am Litzlbach", then straight ahead, now the shady parking lot at the edge of the forest is reached.

Both alpine pastures Harbachalm /Harbach Alp and the Bichleralm/Bichler Alp are located near Weißbach on the Alpenstraße. To the pasture Harbachalm you walk along an abandoned forest railway path along the Weißbach, which leads along the Schwarzache. It continues no less beautifully: past small waterfalls through the wildly romantic gorge to the Bäckinger Klause. After you have reached the Harbachalm, you can walk approx. 300 m more to the rustic Bichleralm (one of the oldest alpine pastures in the region) or continue to the alpine pasture Keitlalm (approx. 1/2 hour). Parking: in Weißbach parking opportunity "Mauterfeld Reitereck" at the B 305 or immediately after the town sign on the right. From there follow the signs 22 "Keitlalm-Pichleralm-Harbachalm".

And here it goes to the article "The Hiking Trail to Zwiesel (1386 m)".

Alpine Pastures Around Inzell in the Chiemgau

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