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A break surrounded by mountain panoramaOn a total length of 359 km the Maximiliansweg leads from Lindau am Bodensee along the German Alps to Berchtesgaden on two different routes.

In 1858 King Maximilian II. travelled across the Alps with his entourage. Several writers accompanied them and described the journey in great detail. Today the Maximilianweg follows this ancient route in a scenic setting.

The route

Within a fortnight you can travel from Füssen via Eschenlohe and Lenggries to Bad Wiessee, Fischbachau, Brannenburg, Marquartstein, Ruhpolding, Bad Reichenhall and Berchtesgaden. On your way you will get to see famous mountain summits, beautiful mountain sceneries and fantastic panoramic views of the Alps. The Maximilianweg is a very special route for those who love hiking, nature and pure enjoyment.

Our tip for a 6-day hiking trip:

You would like to see the mountains, but haven't got much time at your hand? No problem! Click here for a comprehensive guide to a six-day hiking trip along the King’s route (only available in German) through the beautiful Allgäu Mountains, from Lake Bodensee to the River Lech.

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