Whether on foot or by cable car, the Schliersberg Alm attracts young and old at an altitude of 1,016 m above Lake Schliersee. It’s great accessibility makes the Schliersberg Alm the perfect destination for a day out in the mountains near Munich.
The Schliersbergalm is one of the most popular mountain huts near Schliersee. It’s location is unique and with so much on offer, you could spend the whole day up here on the Schliersberg.
With its alpine scooter, mini golf, trampolines, playground and swimming pool, the Schliersbergalm leaves almost nothing to be desired. Correspondingly you can expect it to be busy here on weekends and public holidays. The spacious layout ensures it doesn’t seem overcrowded. The best way to enjoy the fantastic views here over Lake Schliersee is from one of the deckchairs in front of the Alm – optionally with a Radler or Spritz from the bar in hand.
Food at the Schliersberg Alm
Those arriving via the short but relatively steep hiking trail to the Schliersbergalm should grab a spot on the sunny terrace at the main restaurant for a substantial meal. You can expect the usual Bavarian classics served in generous portions. This also applies to the freshly prepared Kaiserschmarrn, which is served with almonds and rum raisins.
Those arriving with the cable car looking for a light snack, are best off grabbing something at the self-service Alm. The wooden hut offers soups, currywurst and cold plates with equally wonderful views over Lake Schliersee. The Alm (self-service) is open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. when the weather is nice.
How long does the hike to Schliersberg Alm take?
It takes less than an hour to walk from the Schliersee train station to the Schliersbergalm. The path is partly shady, is stroller-friendly and is manageable even for beginners. The easy hike to the Schliersbergalm is popular in summer but can easily be done as a winter hike.
The Schliersberg Cable Car at Schliersee
The cable car runs from 8:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. during the summer season (May to October). During the winter season (November to April) the last run is earlier at 6 p.m. A return trip with the cable car costs €10.00 for adults. Children (3 – 7 years) pay €4.00, youths (8 – 14 years) pay €8.00.
Alternatively and with the same ticket, you can take the summer toboggan for a more exhilirating ride back down to the valley. The summer toboggan (Sommerrodelbahn) at Schliersbergalm is only open in dry weather conditions.
Contrary to expectations, the outdoor pool is accessible to everyone, not just overnight guests. Anyone visiting the Schliersbergalm can purchase a ticket for the swimming pool. The capacity is however limited. Tickets can be booked online for the respective day and are available for download the day before. Bring your ticket with you on your phone or print it out. Free cancellation is even possible until the day before.
Adults 6€ / day
Children 5 – 14 years 4.50€ / day
After a short break for refreshments, hikers will find a beautiful path via quiet side roads and forest tracks climbing the Rohnberg to the Stögeralm.
The Schliersbergalm is the perfect destination for a spontaneous trip from Munich with the whole family. The easy hike from Schliersee train station takes just 45 minutes. And you can even stay the night! Those looking for a quieter stay can choose from many stunning farm stays as well as hotels for all budgets in and around Schliersee.
Schliersberg Alm Opening Hours
Summer: 11am – 9pm (warm food from 12pm)
Winter: 11am – 9pm (warm food from 12pm)
Daily from 10am – 5pm
Directions & Parking
The forest path to the Schliersbergalm is closed to public traffic. The nearest car park is at the bottom station of the Schliersberg cable car (Dekan-Maier-Weg 10). From here it takes a few minutes by cable car or 40 minutes on foot to the Schliersbergalm. Parking is also available at Schliersee train station.
Those travelling with the Bavarian Regiobahn (BRB) from Munich, should get off at Schliersee train station. From here it is a 10-minute walk through Schliersee to the bottom station of the cable car to reach the Schliersberg Alm.