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Where is Hirschegg?
The village comprises Au, Dürenboden, Letze, Nebenwasser and Wäldele. The surrounding mountains are part of the Allgäu Alps with 2,230 m Ifen mountain.
Sights in Hirschegg: experience nature and culture
Hirschegg is a place rich in history and culture. Visit Walser Museum and learn more about the centuries-old Walser tradition, or St. Anna chapel dating from the 17th century.
Hirschegg is famous for its breathtaking landscape, lush meadows, and snowy mountain summits. Take Kanzelwandbahn lift and enjoy the stunning view of the mountains and the valley. For more adventure climb to the top of Kanzelwand.
Hiking in Hirschegg: Explore the outdoors and forget the stress of daily life
The hiking trails around Hirschegg are suitable for all levels of ability. Whether you prefer an easy walk through lush meadows or a more challenging hike to the region’s highest summits, you will definitely find the perfect route.
Try Breitachklamm tour or one of the many via ferratas.
1,800m Heuberg mountain is the highest peak in Hirschegg and boasts a stunning vista of the neighbouring mountains. Hirschegg waterfall can be reached via an impressive gorge.
The 6,5 km high altitude trail runs from Hirschegg to Baad takes about 2:15 hours: start at HIrschegg bottom station, take the lift to the top station and that’s where the hiking adventure starts.
Winter holidays in Hirschegg should always include winter hiking tours such as the two-hour Panorama Trail from Mittelberg to Hirschegg.
Ifen mountain is a very popular destination in winter and in summer. Check out our webcam for live weather information and stunning vistas.
Skiing in Hirschegg: pistes and slopes for everybody’s taste
Hirschegg is very popular for both skiers and boarders. The region’s slopes and pistes include all levels of difficulty. Winter sports enthusiasts love the ski resorts of Fellhorn/Kanzelwand and Walmendingerhorn/Heuberg - Mittelberg/Hirschegg.
Ski Germany and Austria in just one day: Fellhorn/Kanzelwand two state ski resort ranges from 920m to 1,967 m and features 34 km of piste, 2km of ski route and 14 lifts. Fellhorn ski resort is known for long slopes through the forest, numerous blue and red pistes make sure of great winter fun.
Sunny Walmendingerhorn/Heuberg ski resort boasts about 34 km of piste and 4,6 km of ski route guaranteeing a beautiful ski day.
Webcam Hirschegg: up-to-date weather and snow information
Check out our live webcam for live images of the village and the surrounding mountain landscape. Learn more about the weather situation and snow condition.
The region enjoys a cold and continental climate. July is the hottest month of the year with average temperatures of 23 °C.