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The Lachenspitze North Face via ferrata is a via ferrata that is considerably heavier than the Hindelanger or Mindelheim via ferrata. Safe standing and a good arm strength as well as absolute freedom from vertigo are necessary to be able to enjoy the climb. The tour offers wonderful views and is very well insured - with enough strength and condition a dream tour!
Complete via ferrata equipment and helmet are obligatory.
The descent takes place southwards on the normal route for about 30-50 minutes to the Landsberger Hut, which is happy to provide culinary delights!
From Vilsalpsee to the upper Traualpe (1649 m), past the Traualpsee (reservoir) to the Landsberger Hütte (1810 m) approx. 2 hours. Exactly in the "beer garden" in front of the entrance a path branches off down to the Lache (small lake). Follow it into the depression with the Lache under the north wall and then turn right (sign on a stone). Follow the red dotted markings to the roping place at boulders below the wall (sign, from here on only with helmet). From there in a few steps to the rock face and turn right to the entrance (sign).
From the summit on the hiking trail first descend on the south-western side, then westwards into the notch between Lachenspitze and Steinkarspitze. From there back to the Landsberger Hütte and on the access path down to the Vilsalpsee.
Over the Fernpass or Füssen to Reutte and further into the Tannheimer Tal until Tannheim. There the road to Vilsalpsee branches off (from 10.00 to 17.00 hrs driving ban for access to the lake. Return journey possible at any time) and park there (subject to charge). You can also take the post bus from Tannheim to Vilsalpsee. Public transport: By train to Reutte and further on by bus to Tannheim or Vilsalpsee.
There the road to the Vilsalpsee branches off (from 10.00 to 17.00 hours driving ban for access to the lake. Return trip possible at any time) and park there (subject to charge). You can also take the post bus from Tannheim to Vilsalpsee. Public transport: By train to Reutte and further on by bus to Tannheim or Vilsalpsee.
It is also possible to park the car in Tannheim and ride with the MTB to Vilsalpsee. From Tannheim it is about 45 minutes on foot to Vilsalpsee.
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