The Ahornboden in Eng, © Jannis Braun
The Ahornboden in Eng, © Jannis Braun

Mountain Hike
Binsalm Panorama Trail

The starting point of this walk is a highlight in its own right! The adventure begins in Eng, near the spectacular Ahornboden with its centuries-old sycamore trees. In autumn they glow in shades of orange, gold and brown. The hike itself leads through this wonderful landscape to the Binsalm hut. Here at 1,500 metres above sea level, walkers can look forward to fine views of the autumnal Enger Tal Valley and the peaks of the Karwendel Mountains.

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Starting point  

Car park at Ahornboden, Alpengasthof Eng, Hinterriss

Hike to

Binsalm

Finishing point

Car park at Ahornboden, Alpengasthof Eng, Hinterriss

Mountain chain

Karwendel Mountains

Length

5.8 km

Approximate hiking time

3h

Features

  • Wheelchair-accessible Hiking Route
  • Circular hike

Difficulty rating

easy (hiking trails)

Altitude

1,634m 1,204m

Elevation uphill 426m
Vertical metres downhill 426m

Parking

Car park at Ahornboden, Alpengasthof Eng, Hinterriss

Places serving food and drink

  • Rasthütte Eng-Alm
  • Alpengasthof Eng

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Trail description

The hike begins at the car park next to the Alpengasthof Eng in the Karwendel Nature Park. The route initially heads south-west along a wide track to the Eng-Alm. There, branch off right at the hut and cross over the Rißbach stream. The route then leads through open pastures. Follow the signs for "Panoramaweg, Drijaggenalm" in a southerly direction. After just five minutes, head right onto the "Panoramaweg" trail. This path winds its way through forests uphill to the Drijaggenalm (closed to the public), the highest point of the hike. From there it is just 30 minutes downhill to the Binsalm hut. Return along a forest path via the "Binsgraben" to the starting point.

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