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Jenner Bergbahn

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Jenner Bergbahn

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G M wrote a review Jun 2020
Guildford, United Kingdom28 contributions2 helpful votes
Well worth a trip to the top for the view (though it was extremely busy). Queues are particularly long due to COV19 restrictions, so either book in advance or go after lunch when the queues are shorter.
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Date of experience: June 2020
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Nico558 wrote a review Oct 2019
Pretoria, South Africa713 contributions195 helpful votes
We took the Jenner Bahn to the top where we had a great meal and wonderfull views. This brand new and modern bergbahn is really worth a visit together with the Königsee. More than a 1/2 day visit if you are doing both. The restaurant can handle large crowds like over weekends.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Jacquelyn D wrote a review Aug 2018
Landstuhl, Germany170 contributions51 helpful votes
My family of four took a ride to Mittelstation in the new gondola. It’s very spacious and looks/smells brand new. You are only able to go to Mittelstation still, the construction to go to the highest point is still underway. We hiked from Mittelstation to Kissel, which took 3 1/2 hours, to catch a boat to St. Bartholomew Church. This was a challenging 7 mile hike, but the views were amazing! If you take a boat ride from Kissel, you need to move the metal sign on the dock that shows you want to go to St. Bartholomew or back to the beginning of Königsee. We went on a fairly warm day in August and there were a handful of folks swimming at all 3 stops (St. Bartholomew, Kissel, and Obersee).
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Date of experience: August 2018
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Macapac wrote a review Jul 2017
Bangor, United Kingdom21 contributions11 helpful votes
The Jennerbergbahn is closed until early 2018. It is being renovated and updated. How disappointing for us, but obviously good that it is being redone.
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Date of experience: July 2017
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Commandkat wrote a review Jun 2016
Charlotte, North Carolina458 contributions34 helpful votes
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We took the Jennerbahn up and back as we were sick and bus travel made time very short. The passenger cabins are pretty small but not too bad. They can only hold 2 people and some small bags. There are little windows that drop down a few inches so you can get a bit of a breeze and photos without glare. At the top of Jennerberg there is a store, some restrooms and a restaurant with biergarten. There is a path that leaves from the restaurant where you can walk to the top of the mountain. There is a nice easy path with no railings (watch your step!). Near the top there is a nice viewing platform with some benches. From here you can look at the sweeping panoramic views and look down to Konigsee. The benches are pretty popular. Just behind the viewing platform there is a set of stairs that leads to the very top of the mountain. It seems pretty safe but if you're afraid of heights like I am you'll be a bit nervous. Just hold on to the wire railing and stay low to keep your balance. You can sit on the rocks at the top and have a quick lunch. You'll likely have to wait your turn for a clear photo at the top as several others will have the same idea as you. Be sure to be aware of the closing times for the gondola if you're riding back down!
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Date of experience: May 2016
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