Cable cars and huts
You need help? We carry you safely up to the mountain and back. Our chairlifts and bus will assist you to enjoy a "must have" apple-strudel or other typical snacks from this area. Be welcome in one of our huts.
... is waiting for you by using our comfortable chairlifts.
- District of Buching located on the main road B17, you'll find the station.
- Our double chairlift brings you up to 1.142 m above sea level.
- A fantastic view over the valley with the Forggensee and eleven other lakes deliver an unforgettable panorama view.
- Also, a hiking path leads you up to the mountain or you can start your hiking day from the Buchenberg alp.
For more information please click: www.buchenbergbahn.de
Open 1st May to 3rd Sunday in October.
The hut is located 1300 m above sea level in the middle of the nature conservation area of the Ammer mountains. The rustic lodge is an ideal starting point for hiking and high alpine tours: for example, hiking from hut to hut like Brunnenkopf or Buchenberg alp or Tegelberg house.
- Well known long distance paths are passing by: Via Alpine (E4), Maximilianpath, Allgäuer Hiking Trilogy "Himmelsstürmer".
- The huts of the Royal Kings were only 350 m away and from here it is an ideal starting point for many tours.
- Some of the most favourite places of King Ludwig II are very close from here: the waterfall and the idyllic Wankerfleck with very old maple trees and a fantastic view to the prominent peaks of Geistelstein.
From the Kenzen car park (Halblech) you can hike to the Kenzenhut, or with a mountainbike, or go with the bus (one way 12 km)
Hiking bus and timetable
The company Schwarz takes you by minibus through the wild and romantic Halblech valley to Wankerfleck and to the Kenzenhut (1300 m). Return trip 24 km.
- The buses operate between May (Ascension Thursday) to 3rd. Sunday in October.
- Mountain tours starting from Kenzen parking place in Halblech:
8 am, 9 am, 10 am, 11 am, 3.30 pm, and 5 pm, and on Saturdays & Sundays and public holidays additionally at 7 am.
Moreover, there are lots of mountain railways and beautiful huts in our region.