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The landscape of the Schlossbachklamm is typical of a gorge, with lots of little waterfalls along the way culminating in small ponds where you can cool off on a hot summer day. A great alternative to a day by the swimming pool.
Starting from the train station in Reith by Seefeld, follow the path along what was the old Roman road until you come to a turn off for the forest trail on the left at Leithen. Carry on to the Leithen train station and from there follow the easy trail through the woods to the Schlossbachklamm. About half-way along you will see the over 100-year-old Karwendel railway bridge. Once you get to Schlossbach, there is a small wooden bridge taking you over a stream and from there it is a pleasant climb through the woods up to Hochzirl.
From Hochzirl follow the asphalted road past the hospital until you reach the train station.
You can return to Reith by Seefeld by following the same route through the Schlossbachklamm in reverse, or else you can return by train.
The route through the Schlossbachklamm is quite gentle and therefore ideally-suited for families or for older guests.
Please note that this walk is only possible in summer.
You can park at the train station in Reith.
You can choose from the following refreshment stops: