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It doesn't always have to be skiing, snowboarding or cross-country skiing.
Hikers roam the snow-covered fairytale landscape on almost 81 kilometres of cleared paths.
On the way, cosy huts invite you to stop for a bite to eat.
Sitting by the open fire, warming up with a Jaga tea or having a snack for the next few kilometres - this is how you can enjoy snow walks to the full.
Directions: From the lift car park in Nesselwängle heading east, the route leads parallel to the main road to the right into the Rauth district.
You can walk the same way back or keep to the right at the underpass and walk to Nesselwängle.
Safety instructions: Please note that there is an increased risk of accident and injury during winter hiking.
Particularly in winter, special attention must be paid to the condition of the path.
Depending on length and route, good tour planning and physical fitness are essential.
Suitable clothing, good footwear and hiking poles provide additional safety.
Equipment: A modern and maintained equipment (shoes, sticks and clothes) brings not only a considerable measure of safety but also facilitates the winter hiking enormously.
Sun protection (high protection factor and possibly sunglasses) as well as sufficient liquid should not be forgotten.Further information and links: "https://www.tannheimertal.com/"Tourismusverband Tannheimer Tal "https://www.tannheimertal.com/wandern-tirol-allgaeuer-alpen/winterwandern.html "Winter hiking in the Tannheimer Tal