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Hin & Hören: Adventure in the Partnachklamm

The Partnachklamm near Garmisch-Partenkirchen is considered a natural wonder: In the new episode of "Hin & Hören" we dive into the deep canyon, which was declared a natural monument in 1912.

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From the train station in Garmisch, we walk over the Olympic ski jump in the direction of the Partnachklamm canyon. Arrived in the 700 meter long gorge, the rocks rise up to 80 meters to the left and right. The green-shimmering Partnach torrent, which formed the course of the canyon through its water power, thunders downstream over the rapids until it flows into the Loisach. The water drips and trickles from the walls - a breathtaking world of Bavarian mountains awaits you. Listen now:

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Explore more spectacular destinations now!

We take you to many special places in Bavaria: the Partnachklamm canyon in Garmisch-Partenkirchen is just one of them. Now discover more exciting destinations, like the Schlossbachklamm or the Höllentalangerhütte with DB Regio Bayern!

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