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    The Allgäu route.

The Allgäu route.

This route starts at the Oberjoch Pass, a 1,178-meter-high mountain pass that invites you to take pleasure in driving its numerous curves complemented by a view of the mountain panorama. It continues to the Buchenegger Waterfalls of Weißach, which belong to the Geopark Allgäu. Located between the Lake Constance and the Illertal, this is an ideal spot to relax after a long summer hike. The next stop is Oberstdorf. With its alpine ski areas on the Nebelhorn, cross-country ski trails, ice rink, and ski jumping hills, the health and Kneipp spa resort serves as an epicenter for winter sports and is also a popular destination for mountaineers. Continue in the direction of Austria to the Vilsalpsee, a 1,165-meter-high lake in the Austrian Alps. Located below Gaishorn and Rauhorn, it is a popular tourist destination in the Tannheim Valley. There is an easy trail that goes around the lake and leads to the Bergaicht Waterfall at the end of the valley. The last stop on the route is Partnach Gorge, a 700-meter-long gorge in the Rhein Valley near Garmisch-Partenkirchen that was cut to a depth of more than 80 meters in some areas by the Partnach Torrent. Partnach Gorge was declared a natural monument in 1912, and it has been accessible to visitors ever since.

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Waypoints.

Oberjochpass.

The Oberjochpass is a 1178 meter-high mountain pass that beckons you to engage in some adventurous driving: its numerous curves are complemented by a striking mountain panorama.

Buchenegger Waterfalls.

The Buchenegger Waterfalls of the Weißach can be found in the Geopark Allgäu, which lies between Lake Constance and the Illertal. This is an excellent place to rest in summer, especially after a long hike.

Markt Oberstdorf.

With its alpine skiing areas on the Nebelhorn, cross-country ski runs, ice rink, and ski jumps, the Kneipp spa resort is a winter sports wonderland and is also a popular destination for mountaineers. 

Vilsalpsee.

Vilsalpsee is a 1165 meter-high lake in the Austrian Alps. Located below Gaishorn and Rauhorn, it is a popular tourist destination in the Tannheimer Tal. An easy hiking trail runs around the lake and leads to Bergaicht waterfall at the end of the valley.

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Partnach Gorge.

The Partnach Gorge is a 700 metre-long gorge in the Reintal valley near Garmisch-Partenkirchen, cut by the Partnach torrent to a depth of over 80 metres. The Partnach Gorge was declared a natural monument in 1912 and has been accessible to the public ever since.

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