Hike along the Mangfall River – Upper Bavaria, Germany
The Mangfall is a 58 km long left tributary of the Inn River in Upper Bavaria. It is the outflow of the Tegernsee and flows into the Inn River in Rosenheim.
The starting point is the parking lot at the castle in Valley, then it goes past the Graf Arcor brewery and the organ museum down the road to the Mangfall bridge. Shortly before, we turn left into Aumühler Weg. On the way we see a statue of the Virgin Mary on the slope on the left and then a small chapel. After the Aumühlhof it goes into the forest and over a path down towards Hohendilching. Before entering the village, we go back towards Mangfall and now cross it and walk directly along the right bank. First, in the forest on forest roads, then on an asphalt road to the Mangfall Bridge at the Grubmühle fish farm. We continue to follow the yellow signs towards the Valley, past abandoned fish ponds and through the forest. We now pass under the church of Hohendilching and go back down to the Mangfall bridge. There we follow the footpath on the right side of the river right on the bank until we come back to the asphalt road to Valley. Now it goes over the bridge and back up the Schlossstrasse to Valley to the starting point.
Video Source: Wanderung entlang der Mangfall von Valley aus bis zum Mangfallknie from zoomimmotion on Youtube ⁄ CC BY