Day Trip from Munich – Partnach Gorge in Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Partnach Gorge or Partnachklamm is one of the prettiest places in Bavaria, Germany. If you have never heard about the gorge, then do check out the video to see the beauty of the place. It is quite popular among locals and more than 300,000 visitors visit the gorge annually. Partnach Gorge was declared as a national monument in the year 1912. If you are looking for a day trip from Munich then Partnach gorge is a great option. In this post, we tell you how to reach Partnach gorge from Munich. 

 

 

 

How To Reach Partnach Gorge in Garmisch Partenkirchen?

From Munich, there are frequent trains towards Garmisch Partenkirchen. Green Line Bus No 1 and No 2  go towards the Olympic ski stadium and the stop is next to the Garmish Partenkirchen station. From the Olympic Ski stadium, you can either walk towards the gorge or you can opt for a horse-driven carriage ride. 

By Car: You can drive towards the ski stadium (Wildenauer Straße). There is a parking space near the Stadium. (GPS: Karl and Martin Neuner-Platz 1).

Is Bayern Pass valid?

Yes, you can board the regional trains from Munich to Garmish Partenkirchen. Bayern pass is valid in regional trains, buses, and local public transport. You don’t have to pay anything extra.

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Partnach Gorge Ticket Prices

Visiting the gorge is not free, you have to buy tickets from the ticket office near the entrance of the gorge. 

Ticket Price

  • Adult – 6 Euros
  • Children – 3 Euros

Good to Know

  • Do put on a pair of comfortable shoes.
  • Carry water and food with you as the restaurants are near the entrance and on the top of the mountain.
  • If you are driving to Partnach Gorge then you will have to park your car near the Olympic Ski Stadium.
  • Keep a track of the bus timings if you are traveling by public transportation.

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