Maschgenkamm trail 466
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The Outdoor Fitness Trails in the Heidiland holiday region comprise more than 30 uniformly signposted running routes from a total of 10 stations, making it one of the largest open-air fitness parks in the Alpine region. The Maschgenkamm Trail is one of five running trails around the Flumserberg station.
The starting point for this 8.2 km long trail is the info point of the Flumserberg station at the Molseralp restaurant above the valley station to the Maschgenkamm (1391 m above sea level). M). The first part of the route, like the Winkelzahn Trail, leads to the clearing Winkelzahn (1554). The well-developed alpine path leads over alpine meadows, through short forest passages and past a small high moor. From the Winkelzahn, a partly steep ramp leads in the direction of Katzenberg / Seebenalp. The effort is worth it, because during the ascent you have a wonderful view of the imposing Churfirsten and the turquoise blue Walensee. From Katzenberg, the trail then leads down to Seebenalp (1622) and past the three idyllic lakes Schwarzsee, Grosssee and Heusee. After this short break along the lakes, another steep ascent follows, which makes trail runners' hearts beat faster. A hiking trail leads to the Chli Güslen (1868) and the Cuncels (1935). Since the hiking trail now leads down to the Heldloch (1845), you have time to enjoy the magnificent mountain panorama and the view of the valley - and to relax. Because at the end follows the steep ascent up to the Maschgenkamm (2019). The valley can be reached by gondola.
Public parking available at the Tannenboden.
Parking is available from 07.00 to 17.00. From 17.00 to 02.00 we are allowed to leave the car for free.
After 02.00 to 07.00 a.m. there is a night parking ban. There are plenty of night parking spaces in the Tannenboden multi-storey car park or in the Tannenheim.
The night car park can be used for a fee, but camping is prohibited.
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