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Winter hike to the Siedelalpe and Juget-Alpe

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  • Spur zum Gipfelkreuz hoch über dem Großen Alpsee
    Spur zum Gipfelkreuz hoch über dem Großen Alpsee
    Photo: Svenja Trachte, Outdooractive Premium
m 1050 1000 950 900 5 4 3 2 1 km Aussichtspunkt in die Allgäuer Alpen Schlettermoos Juget Alpe Siedelalpe Schlettermoos
easy
Distance 5.8 km
1:20 h
171 m
171 m
1,040 m
932 m
Leisurely winter hike with beautiful views of the Allgäu Alps

Our hike takes us from the Schlettermoos, a small moor landscape that is beautifully frozen on cold days, up to the Siedelalpe. If the visibility is good, you can see far into the Alps and down to Immenstadt and the Alpsee. The trail then continues towards the Pfarralpe and via the Jugetalpe back to the starting point.


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Profile picture of Svenja Trachte Author Svenja Trachte 
“They take pictures of the mountain climbers at the top of the mountain. They don’t take pictures along the way cause who wants to remember the relentless climb, the pain and anguish of taking it to the next level – nobody takes pictures of that, nobody wants to remember. We just want to remember the view from the top, the breathtaking moment at the edge of the world. That’s what keeps us climbing and it’s worth the pain, that’s the crazy part. It’s worth anything.“ – Anonymous

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