The Partnach Gorge merits a visit at any time of the year. In the winter, huge icicles hang from the side of the rocks and entire waterfalls turn to ice. In the summer, the eponymous wild river, the "Partnach", thunders through the nature reserve. The path starts at the ski stadium in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, which is just a two-minute bus journey from the train station. The Partnach Gorge has caves, small bridges and rapids. As the paths are well-surfaced, they are also suitable for children. In the winter, it resembles scenes from the Disney film "Frozen".
Hi! It's me, Bruno the dachshund. I really love long walks and exciting hikes. The Partnach gorge is so fascinating that I keep coming back here over and over again. By now, I'm familiar with every inch of the route. I've got a great tip for you too: if you're looking for a special experience, take a horse-drawn cart at the start of your visit. The horses are all friends of mine, so make sure that you say hello to them from me. Then they'll take you to the gorge itself.
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