The Bindalm in the Klausbach valley - The heart of Berchtesgaden national park
Throughout the hike you will pass through the feeding of game animals and a rope bridge in the Klausbach valley.
Parking area Klausbachhaus (Hirschbichlstr. 26, 83486 Ramsau)
Folow the street to lake Hintersee coming from Berchtesgaden.
Recommended age 10 Years
Summer hike, not passable during snowfall
The Bindalm (alpine pasture) lies just in front of the historic Salzsäumer track Hirschbichl on the German-Austrian border and thus at the end of the scenic Klausbach valley, which is also known as the "Valley of the Eagle". In the heart of the Berchtesgaden National Park, nature is left to its own, and farming takes place in the traditional way.
In total there are four alpine huts, so-called "Kaser" on the Bindalm. Two of them are managed. Homemade products such as butter and cheese as well as drinks strengthen and refresh hikers and mountain bikers.
This route is covered by the ALMErlebnisBUS, more information on www.almerlebnisbus.com