Blick beim Aufstieg zum Gipfel des Burgberger Hörnle
Photo: Hartmut Wimmer, Outdooractive Premium
Distance 4.4 km
Highest point1,453 m
Lowest point909 m
The more rewarding peak on the Grünten is not the Grünten, but the Burgberger Hörnle. However, there is no easy way to the summit – that is why the ascent of the „Hörnle“ is a tour of the locals, who often make an after-work round up here.
The well-known Grünten is a great lookout mountain, it offers free-standing wonderful views of the Allgäu mountains, the foothills of the Alps (lowlands) and the Illertal valley from Oberstdorf to the Gro;en Alpsee lake near Immenstadt. That is why the summit of the Grünten is also very frequented, because although there is no mountain railway support, the Grünten summit is naturally a worthwhile destination that is easily accessible from all sides. The locals therefore often prefer to go to the „Hörnle“, as the secondary peak is often affectionately called. The tour is just as popular with locals for an early evening jaunt as it is for Sunday afternoon coffee. The locals often prefer to go to the „Hörnle“ as it is often affectionately called.
Accessible directly from the village of Burgberg or, as described here, from a car park slightly above the village, the tour can be reached quickly from all sides and is extremely rewarding. However, the tour is only recommended for
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