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Power spots at the Almsee Lake area at the Hofalmen (Places 1 to 3)

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  • Platz 3: Rund um den Almsee
    Platz 3: Rund um den Almsee
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Wonderful, idyllic hiking trail, ideal for families. The Hofalm is a great starting point for many hiking opportunities.
easy
Distance 7.5 km
2:15 h
300 m
30 m
1,327 m
1,048 m

1st place: The wedding place at the Almsee Lake
In this place, the earth produces an energy that is four times as high as the vibration of human beings. The prevailing element is the water, which affects the emotions of the people. The basic orientation is the trance, which allows an easier immersion in another level. This place is one of many where the letting go is easier. Listen carefully to what nature has to say. In the case of the chakras the place of the wedding is assigned to the heart chakra. The wedding venue has not yet opened completely. That is, the more love a man brings to the place, the more he opens his whole beauty and splendor.

2nd place: The place of gratitude
This place is connected to the wedding place. It serves the thanksgiving. This is also the reason why this place has more than four times the radiation of a human being. Gratitude together with love produces the most beautiful energy in the universe, it brings you one over the grace to the divine. From the chakra it is again a heart place. Furthermore it is assigned to the element "air", which can bear the gratitude with the wind to the bishop's hat.

3rd place: Around the lake
The area is beautiful and enormously health promoting. A recreation room with heart quality, a place with all elements. If you have the necessary rest and time here, healing can be done. The earth has the radiance, which is four times as high compared to man. That is why people feel so indescribable.

Author’s recommendation

Stroll along the wonderful circular route from the Oberhofalm over the alpine Almsee lake to the Unterhofalm or vice versa. The alpine Almsee lake, a small, idyllic mountain lake at the foot of the Bischofsmütze.
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Christine Schober
Update: December 21, 2021
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1,327 m
Lowest point
1,048 m
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Nr. 18 Oberhofalm
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Nr. 19 Unterhofalm

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Start

Village square Filzmoos or toll booth Hofalm (1,048 m)
Coordinates:
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47.433470, 13.522000
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47°26'00.5"N 13°31'19.2"E
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33T 388547 5254394
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Destination

Power spots in the Hofalm area: "Wedding place at the Almsee Lake", "Place of gratitude" and "Arroung the Almsee Lake"

Turn-by-turn directions

From the village square Filzmoos, follow the road towards Hinterwinkl until the toll road - hiking portal - cross the bridge on the right before the toll road and follow the freigt road Leopichl a short distance to the cattle barrier. The forest leads until you reach the path behind the Wallenhengut. Follow the signs "Hofalmen" until the footpaths fork, turn right to the Oberhofalm and turn left to the Unterhofalm.

To the Oberhofalm you walk on the right the footpath to the mouth of the toll road. Follow a short stretch of the road to the "Kaltenbachbrücke", where a hiking trail is laid parallel to the road, which turns right into the forest. Continue to "Tiergghütte", then follow a short stretch of toll road to the "Bögrainalm" (with power spot"Meeräuglquelle") - Alpine Club Walk No. 612 A.
Tip: Drink a sip of the gorgeous, good spring water of the "Meeräugl-Quelle". Follow the road to Oberhofalm. From the Oberhofalm you can take a circular route across the alpine Almsee lake to the Unterhofalm. From there, the hiking bus returns to Filzmoos

Texture Infrastructure Retreats Experiences Further information

Oberhofalm:
The "Maria am Steineggl" ("Maria am Steineggl" chapel), the old waterwheel next to the hut,

Unterhofalm:
The "experience", 220 years old, cozy parlors and larger rooms, sun terraces, farmers' specialties, water wheel

Bögrainalm:
Not farmed, power spot "Meeräugl-Quelle".

 

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Public transport

Filzmoos Hiking Bus

Getting there

To the tollbooth Hofalm (parking), or directly to the Oberhof- or Unterhofalm via the toll road. Accessible by car, hiking bus or horse-drawn carriage.

Parking

In front of the toll booth Hofalm or on a parking place in the village, parking lots on the two lodges Oberhof and Unterhofalm.

Coordinates

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47.433470, 13.522000
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47°26'00.5"N 13°31'19.2"E
UTM
33T 388547 5254394
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Book recommendation by the author

Tour book of the tourism association Filzmoos - available in the tourist office

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Hiking map of the tourist office Filzmoos - available in the tourist office

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Christine Schober
October 22, 2018 · Tourismusverband Filzmoos
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Helge Tielbörger 
October 20, 2018 · alpenvereinaktiv.com
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Difficulty
easy
Distance
7.5 km
Duration
2:15 h
Ascent
300 m
Descent
30 m
Highest point
1,327 m
Lowest point
1,048 m
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