Schliersee Mountains

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Schliersee Mountains
Highest peak Rotwand ( 1884  m above sea  level )
location Bavaria
part of Northern Limestone Alps
Classification according to AVE 7b
Coordinates 47 ° 39 ′  N , 11 ° 56 ′  E Coordinates: 47 ° 39 ′  N , 11 ° 56 ′  E
The Rotwand seen from the Auerspitz

The red wall of the Auer Spitz seen from


The Schlierseer Mountains are part of the Mangfall Mountains in the Bavarian Prealps around the Schliersee and the Spitzingsee . The red wall is 1,884 m, the highest and most famous mountain of the group. It is one of the most popular tour destinations in the Bavarian Prealps in summer and winter. The Rotwand can be reached in just 1.5 hours from the Taubensteinbahn mountain station and is frequented accordingly. The longer climbs z. B. from the Leitzach valley are much quieter.

In the area there is also the watershed between the Schliersee and the Tegernsee , which marks the municipal boundary between the municipalities of Rottach-Egern in the west and Schliersee in the east. The border peaks from north to south to Valepp are:

Other well-known peaks of the Schliersee Mountains include Brecherspitze , Taubenstein , Rauhkopf , Jägerkamp , Aiplspitz and Hochmiesing as well as the Ruchenköpf , which is also a well-known climbing area.

The DAV runs the Schönfeldhütte , the Taubensteinhaus , the Rotwandhaus , the Blecksteinhaus , the Albert-Link-Hütte and the Bodenschneidhaus in the Schlierseer Mountains .

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Panorama of the Spitzingsee region with Spitzingsee, Stolzenberg (center), Stümpfling (right of center) and Bodenschneid (right)