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Hemmersuppenalm

The sunny Hemmersuppenalm plateau is surrounded by a breathtaking mountainous region, embedded in magically fragrant alpine meadows and enchanting forests. A hiking paradise as taken from a picture book.

Find your lucky spot!
Hike and walk across the unique Hemmersuppenalm with its awesome mountain views! Enjoy and experience nature in a special way – solitude, recuperation and physical activities in protected alpine fauna and flora with views overlooking the Chiemgau Alps, to the Hohe Tauern, the Wilder Kaiser and Lake Chiemsee.

Our recommended hikes:

Tour 1: Duration 00 hours, approximately 00 km, rest stop possibilities, rating: medium
Starting downtown, hiking trail no. 9 goes across meadows to the Wimmerkreuz – to Blindau (no. 15) – passed the Gschwendtalm and Hindenburghüte (1200m elev.) to the Hemmersuppenalm. On the upper Hemmersuppenalm (no. 13), back to the Nattersbergalm and return to Seegatterl parking lot. From there the hike leads along the river Schwarzlofer (no. 9) back to town.

Tour 2: Duration 3 hours, approximately 00 km, rest stop possibilities, rating: medium
Take the shuttle bus (fee) to the Hindenburghütte, hike toward the Hemmersuppenalm – Straubinger Haus (no. 153) up to the Fellhorn (1765m elev.). Return via Neualm (no. 27) – Zwerchenbergalm (no. 17) – Reit im Winkl. Or return again past the Hindenburghütte.

Tour 3: Duration 0 hours, approximately 00 km, rest stop possibilities, rating: medium
Take the shuttle bus (fee) to the Hindenburghütte, via Pflegereck – Eibenstock (no. 18) – Roßhütte to the Winklmoosalm. Return to Seegatterl, and back along the Schwarzlofer (no. 9) and back to town.

Tour 4: Duration 1 hour, approximately 00 km, rest stop possibilities, rating: easy
Take the shuttle bus (fee) to the Hindenburghütte, return trip to Anna-Kapelle – Obere Hemmersuppenalm and back to the Hindenburghütte.

Detailed hiking maps are available at the tourist information!

 

“Hemmer” is the name for the plant that grows here. It’s poisonous and animals shun it. Numerous mossy spots create a sort of “soup” according to popular vernacular in which the hemmer plant thrives – together it becomes the Hemmersuppenalm or “hemmer soup meadow” if you like. This wetland with its typical meadow character is among the most scenic in our community area.