What follows is a review of a small ride, but very nice and recommended. Walking from Mittenwald in Bavaria, there is a path in the Alps that connects Germany with Leutasch in Austria in an amazing way. While there are numerous gorges between steep cliffs in this region, the novelty is that a metal footbridge built fairly recently, lets go through sites that otherwise would have been impossible. With a full backup, you can walk to dozens of meters high above the river and get fantastic views from inside the gorge and waterfalls.
The difficulty of this trail is moderate. Starting from the Isar River valley from Mittenwald until Austria is about 11 miles, but the metal part of the trail (most impressive) extends for miles above the gorge Leutaschklamm. In short, a beautiful hike and not difficult, which you can complete in about 4 to 5 hours roundtrip, or in part, covering only part of the throat and returning to Mittenwald. The walk is only possible to go through from May to October, in the summer season.
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By Ina K.