The Partnach Gorge (Partnachklamm) is a 702 m long and partly 80 m deep gorge incised in the limestone layers of the Wetterstein massif by the Partnach torrent (a minor tributary of the Danube) in the Reintal valley near Garmisch-Partenkirchen. In 1912, the Partnach Gorge was declared a natural monument and is since then also accessible.
The nearly horizontal stony path, running along the east side of the gorge and partially passing through tunnels, was created by the section of the German and Austrian Alpine Association of Garmisch-Partenkirchen.
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The Höllental (Hell Valley) is a valley in the Zugspitze massif of the Wetterstein mountains, between Blassenkamm and Waxensteinkamm through which the stream Hammersbach flows and runs a well-known ascent of the Zugspitze.