We spent the night in the car on the Klausenpass before we started around 6am to climb up to the Fisetenpass from which we headed for the Gemsfairenstock. Approx. 25 kilometers with about 2000m to climb and descend in 10 hours – perfect sunshine and thunderstorm in the afternoon.
The Chaiserstuel peak is a mountain that can be easily reached via cable car first and then followed by an slightly increasing trail. This is a perfect day hike in case you don’t want to challenge you too hard.
The Tannheim Mountains (Austria) have been on my list for quite a while now – in July 2020, we spent a weekend there. Conclusion: Bad weather on the first day was lowering the view but not the mood – the ski resort in the middle of the mountains does not add a lot of bonus points to the hiking experience – but all in all it’s worth a visit.