Sunny7° / 25° C
Route: Rosshütte valley station - Seefelder Joch - Seefelder Spitze - Reither Spitze - Nördlinger Hütte - Härmelekopfbahn mountain station
Parking and public transport:
P19 "Car park of the Rosshütte cable cars".
By train to Seefeld train station (15 minutes walk to the starting point).
You can find all connections in real time with the Mobility-App "wegfinder".
This challenging hike starts with the drive up via the funicular of Bergbahnen Rosshütte up to Seefelder Joch at 2,064 meters (free parking at the valley station). The actual hike then takes just under five kilometers over 500 meters in altitude, but in the process also conquers the peaks of the Seefelder Spitze (2,220 meters) and the Reither Spitze (2,373 meters), until after a good three hours of walking you finally reach the beautiful Nördlinger Hütte at 2,230 meters. The way back then takes about an hour to the mountain station of the Härmelekopfbahn and comfortably takes the train back to the valley.
If you are looking for a little more thrill, you can climb the new panoramic via ferrata to the Seefelder Spitze from the middle station on the way there and take the approximately two-hour hiking trail back from the Härmelekopf instead of the mountain railroad on the way back - including a delicious stop at the Reitherjoch-Alm (1,500 m).
Good mountain boots, alpine experience and surefootedness in rough terrain are absolutely necessary for this tour - the path is difficult, partly exposed and must be climbed in sections over terrain ladders.
Alpine emergency call: