By foot between 2 and 2.5 hours
Parking area Schwarzbachwacht (Alpenstr. 151, 83486 Ramsau)
On a elevated plain in the Lattengebirge (mountain range) the Anthauptenalm lies lonely and quiet. Only a few hikers and mountain bikers take the path to the Anthaupten.
2 apline dairies, so-called Kaser, as well as a service hut of the forest service reside on the plateau of the Anthauptenalm. The grazing area is surrounded by forest and funnel-shaped sinkholes.
The pasture was first mentioned in 1385 and is still being used for agriculture. In the 1960s, the old Eggler-Kaser burnt down on the Anthaupten, and while being rebuilt - untypical for a Berchtesgaden alpine hut - partially built with bricks.
The Anthauptenalm is a high alpine pasture, which means that it is cultivated in the high summer months, but not in the early and late summer.
From the Anthauptenalm you should definitely take the short detour to the Schneizlreuther Vogelspitze. While you have almost no view from the pasture, you can see deep into the Saalach valley from the summit of this small mountain.