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Your Chiemsee hiking hotel in the midst of the Chiemgau Alps
the SeeHotel Wassermann am Chiemsee
The SeeHotel Wassermann am Chiemsee
Welcome to the Chiemgau. Here, beautiful hiking trails wind up to many cozy alpine pastures and mountain inns, where hikers are spoiled with milk, bacon and cheese. If you want to go high, you will conquer one of the Chiemgau peaks, where you will be able to enter the summit with a wonderful view. Farther north, visitors can walk along the beach resorts of Chiemsee and Waginger See and enjoy magnificent views of the water surface. To the south of the lakes there are marshes (Bavarian: felts). As a true natural paradise, the floodplain forests along the Tyrolean Achen, the meandering Alz or the Salzach also turn out.
Wassermann specializes in guests who enjoy hiking and offers you the following special services:
Rental of backpacks and hiking poles: You are welcome to rent backpacks and hiking poles from us. Please let us know the day before so that we can schedule it for you.
The most beautiful hiking tours in Chiemgau: (we hiked, lovingly described for you and put together so that you can hike the tours) If you want to study our tours before your holiday, we will be happy to send them to you. Otherwise we will have them ready in your room. Of course, individual tours can also be requested from us
Hiking in the Chiemsee
region: These are walks along the lake, on the islands of Herrenchiemsee and
Frauenchiemsee, hikes through bogs and felts, around the lakes of the Eggstaett
Hemhofer lake district and of course mountain hikes in the Chiemgau Alps.
The hiking season here lasts from Easter to October, even on
beautiful November days you will still find many like-minded
Yes, and right in the middle is the SeeHotel Wassermann in Seebruck am Chiemsee. Our house is located directly on the Chiemsee bike path and the starting point for many other hiking tours .
Wandern beim Wassermann
Here is a video of a beautiful mountain hike, from the hiking park Marquartstein, the Hochgernhaus to the Hochgerngipfel, then over the Staudacher Alm to the Schnappenkirche and back again to Marquartstein.