Sunny-7° / 6° C
Route: Klamm - Platzl - Aue - Kirchplatzl - Weidach - Ahrn - Reindlau - Burggraben
Parking and public transport:
P12 "Parking Klamm".
By train to Seefeld train station and continue with the Regio-/Skibus to the stop "Leutasch Klamm".
You can find all connections in real time with the Mobility-App "wegfinder".
This idyllic winter hike crosses the wide Leutasch Valley from Klamm to Burggraben along the picturesque Leutascher Ache (Achweg).
The starting point of this easy walking route is located directly at the small (paid) parking lot in Klamm, leads from there first in southern direction to the information center and crosses the main road and the Leutascher Ache to the hiking trail.
From here the hike follows the course of the blue river Ache and leads through the villages of Platzl and Aue to Kirchplatzl. Of course, there are always opportunities to take a break and enjoy the impressive landscape of the Leutascher Valley - either in the recreation areas along the Leutascher Ache or in one of the cozy Leutascher family businesses along the way. From the Leutascher Kirchplatzl it goes finally to Weidach, there again cross the Ache and further to Ahrn. If you would like to take a nice walk around the lake, make a short stop at the nearby Weidachsee (here you can also go ice fishing in winter) or treat yourself to a little wellness time out at the ErlebnisWelt Alpenbad Leutasch.
Afterwards you cross to the other side of the valley near Ahrn, hike further through Reindlau, cross the Leutascher Ache again and follow the river meanders through forests. Between Lochlehn and Unterkirchen the route then leaves the Leutascher Ache, turns right and follows the edge of the forest to the end point of the winter hike in Burggraben. In the cozy Inn "Zur Mühle" hungry hikers will find a rustic menu with all kinds of homemade delicacies.
Alpine emergency call: