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Tours around the Lechtal

The Lechtal is an ideal region for hiking, mountain biking, mountain climbing and many other leisure activities. On these pages you will find information about the well-known as well as the not so well-known tours and hikes in the Lechtaler and Allgäuer Alps.
 Madau
Madau
 hiking-round
Madau is a small alpine village at 1309 m in a side valley of the Lechtal. The village is about 7 km south of...
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 Madauer Erlebnisweg
Madauer Höhenweg
 hiking-round
Madau is a small mountain village near the Lechtal village of Bach. The mountain village lies at 1309 m about 7 km...
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 Dreigestirn
Mädelegabel
 mountain-round
The Mädele Fork describes a 2645 m high peak in the Allgäu Alps on the border between Austria and...
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 Malatschkopf
Malatschkopf
 mountain-round
The Malatschkopf is a 2388 m high peak in the Lechtal Alps. The mountain lies east of the Kaiserjochhaus on the way to...
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 Memminger Hütte
Memminger Hut – Württemberger Haus
 hiking-round
The Memminger Hut is located at 2242 m in Parseiertal near Bach. After Bach im Lechtal an ascent or descent is possible...
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 Gipfel - Namloser Wetterspitze
Namloser Wetterspitze
 mountain-round
The Namlos Wetterspitze lies in the Namlos mountains between Namlos and the Hahntennjoch. The ascent to the 2553 m high...
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 Oberellenbogen
Oberellenbogen
 hiking-round
Oberellenbogen is situated at 1360 m near Steeg on the northern side of the Tyrolean...
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 Gipfelaufbau Parzinnspitze
Parzinnspitze
 mountain-round
The tour starts in the tranquil mountain village of Boden. One walks through the Angler valley to the Hanauer-Hut. From...
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 Gipfel der Peischelspitze
Peischelspitze
 mountain-round
Peischelspitze is a 2424 m high grass mountain in the Lechtal Alps. The ascent is relatively easy and is no problem for...
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 Thaneller von Säullingwiesen
Pflach – Füssen
 lechweg-round
The 16th and last stage of the new Lechweg starts in Pflach and ends in Füssen at...
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