It’s been only a few weeks since I’ve completed the first half of the way, and it was amazing! This way, I was really looking forward to do the second half of the Münchner Jakobsweg as soon as possible.
We have 2 days holiday for Easter in Germany, so it was the perfect oportunity to complete the jorney.
Lechbruck Füssen -> Marktoberdorf (12km)
Since it was the Good Friday holiday, it would be a bit complicated to go to Lechbruck via public transportation. So I took a train to Füssen, becauce on the way back it would be very easy to go to Marktoberdorf.
This way I actually skipped the first day of the hike.
It would be a 10km hike from Füssal to Neuschwainstein Castle. Then I would take a bus back to the city
It was a rainny week, so I was a bit worried about the weather, but luckly it didn’t rained at all
A nice view of the Alpsee
And from Neuschwainstein Castle
At this point I was almost ready to take the bus back to Füssen and then the train to Marktoberdorf.
However, I met a very nice girl with a spare ticket to visit the castle. We went for the tour, then we stopped for lunch. It was very nice, we could talk a lot.
She even gave me a ride back to Füssen, then I took the train to Marktoberdorf to finally start the Jorney again.
Marktoberdorf -> Kempten (33km)
This day I stayed at Pilgerquartier - Marktoberdorf
It was a nice place with a good Pilgrim atmosphere
Destination of the day: Kempten
Perfect place for a break
At this time I was still a bit worried about the weather, but as long it was not ranning, the cloudy weather was great
This was the destination of the day: Pfarrei St. Anton - Kempten
And this was my room. It was my first time staying overnight in a church, and the experience was very interesting. I just would like to say thanks for the hospitality.
Kempten -> Weitnau (28km)
I started the hiking early in the morning and from this point the weather was just getting better
Perfect place for a break
Stopping for a beer in Widdum - Weitnau
And this was the destination of the day: Gasthof Krone
In a room with a nice view
Weitnau -> Scheidegg (38km)
After the breakfast I was about to start the longest day of Münchener Jakobsweb
The weather was very nice
Making new friends along the way
All kind of friends
And after a long day this was the destination of the day: Pilgerzentrum Scheidegg
I was so done for the day that I didn’t remembered to take more pictures of the place, but it was very nice.
Scheidegg -> Bregenz (17km)
The original plan was to go to Lindau directly, but after some talk in the pilgerzentrum, I was convinced that the way to Bregenz would be even more beautiful
This way goes through Möggers Ulrichsbrunnen - Austria, a nice chapel with its famous medicinal water
The way goes through the woods in the border between Germany and Austria
With a nice view to the montains
It would be possible to go hiking all the way to Bregenz. However, I took the cable car in Pfänder
It cost 8,20 euro and the trip takes about 6 minutes. The view to the lake and the montains is amazing.
Once in Bregenz I put the last stamp on the pilgrim credential and went for lunch
After a while enjoying the city, I took a boat to Lindau to finally end the journey.
On the train back to Munich I was so gratefull for everything I have experienced. I’m already looking forward the next step in the Jakobsweb.
Thanks to all friendly and welcoming people I met on the way.