Barefoot Hiking Route in Mittenwald

...experience nature with all of your senses…

Experience an unforgettable hiking experience for the entire family. Walk on gravel in a wide variety of shapes, on bark, moss or pine needles, through a refreshing mountain stream or lush flower meadow.

Discover all of this in your bare feet and do something good for your feet too! Because Father Kneipp knew that walking without sandals is the simplest way to toughen up your feet. It strengthens muscles and joints, stimulates the cardiovascular system and strengthens the entire immune system.

The starting point is located near the mountain station of the Kranzberg chairlift or Berggasthof St. Anton (St. Anton's Mountain Inn). At an altitude of 1,200 m (3,937 feet), there are always wonderful panoramic views of the Upper Isar Valley, the Karwendel and the Ester mountains. A free, unique, natural experience that is always worth the trip.

Download the flyer for the barefoot hiking trail as a PDF document here.

 

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