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We hike at any time of the year

Healthy air, relaxed atmosphere and a fantastic location - Garmisch-Partenkirchen is a place for feeling good. Here, we breathe deeply and gather new strength. You can let go, relax and enjoy life. So: There's nothing like getting out in the fresh air!!! In the centrally located Michael-Ende Spa Park, which features a Kneipp facility and a barefoot educational trail, you can also do a lot for your health.

The respiratory educational trail at the St. Anton facility, developed according to medical considerations, is unique. Here, panels demonstrate special respiratory exercises, which can be practiced even more intensively in the pure mountain air and strengthen the lungs.

Hiking, walking - according to your desires and mood. Nordic walking has been considered one of the top health sports for years. Simply pick up your poles and go. You can do it! In summer and also in winter... in snow shoes of course! You will find beautiful paths everywhere. Alone, as a couple or in a group with a professional guide.

Even if one is essentially healthy, healthy climate hiking around Garmisch-Partenkirchen is a real experience. You learn the conscious method of health hiking under the expert guidance of our climate therapists. On designated climatic hiking trails, you pay attention to the healthy rhythm of your steps and strengthen your immune and cardiovascular systems with targeted breathing exercises and thermal stimuli. This type of movement is recommended for all newcomers, as well as for health enthusiasts. Just try it and be curious.

Meeting point:

From June to October every Tuesday (except public holidays)
Start of the endurance health hike (approx. 6-8 hrs. incl. stop) at 8:30 from the Health Corner

From March to December every Thursday (except public holidays)
Start of the more relaxed health hike (approx. 4-5 hrs. incl. stop) at 10:00 from the Health Corner

Fees:  With the GaPa Card €10 per person, €12 without the GaPa Card
Registration at the Health Corner is essential, dogs are only conditionally permitted upon request (must be kept on a lead).

Phone: +49 8821 – 180 7736

From 23 March to 27 April 2017, every Wednesday we take you on a spring hike. We start at 10:00 and enjoy the warm spring air and the tender green buds on the trees. We return at 14:30. No registration required for this hike.

Meeting point:

10:00 at the Health Corner

Duration: 4-5 hours (with stop)

Fee: free of charge with the GaPa Card

No registration is required, dogs are only conditionally permitted upon request (must be kept on a lead).

Phone: +49 8821 – 180 7736

If you like hiking in a group and would like to hear stories and interesting facts about the flora and fauna around Garmisch-Partenkirchen, this is the right one for you. Our hiking guides will gladly show you their home.

Discover various medicinal herbs along the route to the Kochelberg meadows with herbalist Ursl Höger. Learn interesting and amazing facts about their traditional and contemporary use and therapeutic effects, and take away a few recipes to try out and use at home.

Meeting point:

Wednesday (10.05., 24.05., 07.06., 14.06., 28.06., 12.07., 26.07., 09.08., 23.08., 06.09., 20.09.2017)
10:00 at the Health Corner

Duration: 1,5 - 3 hours

Fee:  With the GaPa Card €4 per person, €5 without the GaPa Card

No registration is required, dogs are only conditionally permitted upon request (must be kept on a lead).

Phone: +49 8821 – 180 7736

Whether it's the undulating meadow on Kranzberg, famous for its flowers and unusually high density of species, or the small stretch of historic, unspoilt landscape between Farchant and Oberau, it is always interesting. Dr. Helmut Hermann (biologist) will take you along on his entertaining and educational excursions around Garmisch-Partenkirchen.

Meeting point:

Wednesday (17.05., 31.05., 21.06., 05.07., 19.07., 02.08., 16.08., 30.08., 13.09., 27.09.2017) um 9:00 Uhr im Gesundheits-Eck

Duration: 3 - 5 hours

Fee:  With the GaPa Card €4 per person, €5 without the GaPa Card

Costs for potential use of cablecar or bus are not included.

No registration is required, dogs are only conditionally permitted upon request (must be kept on a lead).

Phone: +49 8821 – 180 7736

From 12 October to the start of winter, we enjoy this colourful time of the year on our autumn hikes, which are free of charge with the GaPa Card.

Meeting point:

10:00 at the Health Corner

Duration: 4-5 hours (with stop)

Fee: free of charge with the GaPa Card

No registration is required, dogs are only conditionally permitted upon request (must be kept on a lead).

Phone: +49 8821 – 180 7736

When the winter arrives, with meadows and paths deep under snow and icicles hanging from the rooftops, it's time to get out the snow shoes and start tramping. We will gladly take you with us. If you would prefer something a little less sporty, we also have a perfect alternative for this. And best of all, it always includes a pleasant and atmospheric stop.

Up to 16 March 2017, winter hikes take place every Wednesday. We take a leisurely hike along cleared winter hiking trails through the pure spring air.

Meeting point:

10:00 at the Health Corner

Duration: 4-5 hours (with stop)

Fee: free of charge with the GaPa Card

No registration is required.

You will hardly believe it! Wild herbs grow in winter too. You are just a little hidden, hardly anyone knows about them or their existence.  We embark upon a journey of discovery with herbalist Jutha, searching for hidden wild herbs and learn how plants, shrubs and trees behave in winter, how they grow and how they prepare for the coming year. 

In December and January, herbalist Jutha Bartl embarks upon a voyage of discovery searching for hidden wild herbs.

Dates:

Dates for the Winter herbs nature hike will be published in autumn 2017.

Meeting point:

10:00 at the health corner

Duration: 3 hours

Fee: With the GaPa Card €4 per person, €5 without the GaPa Card

Registration at the Health Corner is essential, dogs are only conditionally permitted upon request (must be kept on a lead).

Phone: +49 8821 – 180 7736

From 22 December to 16 February 2017, we enjoy a winter hike with a culinary stop every Thursday. We warm up with a drink at the mountain hut and are welcomed with a regional house specialty.

Meeting point: 10:00 at the Health Corner

Duration: 4 to 5 hours

Fee: €15 with the GaPa Card, incl. drink and specialty

Registration is essential, dogs are only conditionally permitted upon request (must be kept on a lead).

Phone: +49 8821 – 180 7736

As soon as the snow allows, our snowshoe trainers are ready to teach you the art of snowshoe hiking through a glittering winter wonderland. Something that can be learned quickly and is great fun. We plan our tours for Monday, Tuesday and Friday and meets at 9:30 at the Health Corner. We start out by 10:00 at the latest. Please note the following: You will need sturdy shoes (preferably ankle-high mountain boots) with a good treaded sole, weather-proof clothing including snow trousers (no jeans) and several thin layers of clothing, as well as a change of clothes. Please bring a drink and a light snack. Every tour includes a relaxing stop.

Meeting point:

from 9:30 at the Health Corner, leaving at 10:00!

Duration: 4 to 6 hours (with stop)

Fee: €18 with the GaPa Card (incl. snow shoes, poles and trainer)

Registration is essential.

Max. participants 12 persons

Phone: +49 8821 – 180 7736

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When the weather goes crazy...

... it makes many of us feel quite ill. Numerous studies have confirmed that almost 50% of respondents claimed that the weather influenced their health and that weather sensitivity is not a figment of the imagination.

But what can you do if your body is not naturally adapted to the respective climate? A combination of "endurance training + thermoregulation training" on a regular basis. Incorporated into everyday life, is can relieve weather sensitive people of their symptoms in the long term.

Prof. Angela Schuh, a medical climatologist at LMU Munich, says: "Weather sensitivity is essentially attributable to a lack of full-body training. This causes us to no longer be able to adapt to different weather conditions quickly enough. According to the current state of knowledge, the body must therefore be helped through thermoregulation training and gentle endurance training. With the right combination, we thus support the immune system and improve the cardiovascular system."

The "Help - I am weather sensitive!" spa treatment developed together with Prof. Angela Schuh promotes holistic health and increases the sense of wellbeing.