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Bad Kohlgrub is a German municipality in the Upper Bavarian district of Garmisch-Partenkirchen. It covers an area of 33km2 and is home to 2,556 residents. Located at the bottom of the Ammergau Alps Bad Kohlgrub (830 m a.s.l.) includes numerous hamlets and lakes. It is Germany’s highest elevation moor spa.
The average temperature is 7.3°C, the yearly precipitation is about 1,035 mm. This area generally sees a lot of rain. July is the hottest month with 7 hours of sunshine a day, and January is the coldest and driest.
The health resort is known for its mountain pine highmoor and offers a great variety of wellness and health programmes. Rochusfeld Moor is still a valuable source for the spas. Bad Kohlgrub still celebrates genuine traditions such as the yearly Charburner Days, displaying the traditional technique of char burning. Popular places of excursions are: Neuschwanstein Castle, Olympic venue of Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Zugspitze Mountain or the Rottenbuch Minster. Children and families can test and explore their skills along Ludwigschlucht on the interactive Timberland Trail. The unique Hörnle Aerial Tramway will take you up to Zeitberg Mountain. The summit cross at Hörnle Mountain is a popular location for mountain weddings. In summer hikers will be thrilled by some 30 mountain trails, in winter Bad Kohlgrub Ski Arena boasts numerous cross-country skiing trails and tobogganing runs.
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