10 Arnensee - Chalberhöni

Unspoilt landscapes in three valleys

A swim in Lake Arnen awakens the senses. The highest point of today's queen stage is reflected in the water: the Meielchäle Pass! The climb leads to Alp Wittenberg before traversing the steep slopes, with dry habitat vegetation stretching right up to the pass at an altitude of 2,190 m a.s.l. If you keep your eyes peeled, you have a chance of seeing ibexes here. The descent leads through some species-rich flower meadows of Alp Meiel, which also appeal to marmots. The escarpment below the mountain pasture requires a bit of caution in wet or icy conditions. Then you reach the expansive Meielsgrund Valley which is inhabited year-round and is home to ancient sycamore trees. Now it's time to muster your last strength to get to our stage finish in the Chalberhöni Valley via Wilde Bode.

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Most important stage details

  Length: 12.7km
  Duration of hike: 6.5h
  Climb: 1010m
(1170 with summit)
  Descent: 1260m
(1360 with summit)

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