Fun and excitement for the whole family? And also easily accessible in the high mountains? This is possible directly below the majestic Alpspitze. Our ascent of the Bernadeinkopf (2143m) is a wonderful mix of adventure, sporting challenge and relaxation for the whole family.
For our mountain excursion, we meet in the morning in the parking lot of the Alpspitzbahn. With this we hover over wild mountain slopes and deep gorges up to the Osterfelderkopf mountain station. After a short view of the picturesque Oberland, we begin our short descent towards Schöngang.
The beautiful walks mark the path that takes us to the top of the Bernadeinkopf. It winds up over small bands and short climbing passages, which are secured with a wire rope. Excitement for young and old is guaranteed here! Once at the top of the summit, the vultures are waiting for their share of our well-deserved snack.
Then we start the descent.
After a short crossing below the impressive eastern flank of the Alpspitze, we turn right into the Nordwandsteig. From there you can often watch the goings-on of the climbers in the nearby north wall. Back at the Osterfelderkopf mountain station, we warm up again with an apple strudel and hot chocolate on the sun terrace.
Tired, but full of new experiences and impressions, we gently float back into the Loisach Valley at the end of our tour with the gondola.
After booking the course, you will receive a detailed map with parking, an equipment checklist and other information about the tour.
Duration: 1 day
Meeting point: Alpspitzbahn car park
Minimum number of participants: 5
Cable car: current costs (ascent and descent) at www.zugspitze.de
Guided tour by a state-certified mountain guide + instruction on how to handle via ferrata equipment
Included rental equipment:
Complete via ferrata equipment including helmet, climbing harness, via ferrata set
Requirements for the participants:
Condition: approx. 2 hours ascent and 1.5 hours descent in alpine terrain
Technology: sure-footedness, no fear of heights
Other: Minimum age 6-7 years (depending on the level of development)