Go Outside and Explore the trails!

Most of the times the best views are not directly next to the road. But long hikes are worth it if you can enjoy marvellous landscape and relax in silent nature. We love to spend our time hiking and taking photos of all the incredible places you only get to explore by hitting the trails. Join us and explore our hiking suggestions!

Here you can find nice day hikes that can be reached in around 1 to 2 hours from Munich.
Why stop on a one day hike when you can extend your mountain experience with some more days up in the alpine wilderness.

Hiking in the Alps

Explore the best trails in the Alps following our “Alps Scenic Hikes Series” with day hikes around Bavaria and Tyrol or discover the hikes and Via Ferratas in our “Best of Dolomites” blog series. For a deeper outdoor experience in the Alps pick up on our Mulit-day hikes like the trail around Funtenseetauern at lake Königssee or the Schladminger Tauern Höhenweg trail and many more!

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Hiking in the USA

From desert to mountain landscapes most of the US National Parks and State Parks offer a great selection of hiking trails from single day to multi-day tours. For the best hikes see the following articels.

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