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Cross on summit of mount Imberger Horn
Bad Hindelang

South of Bad Hindelang arises the Imberger Horn. It is a mountain, that is 1656m high, but thanks to the cable car the ascend to the summit can be done in about one hour. On the summit is a beautiful viewpoint to the valley of Bad Hindelang, Hinterstein and also towards Sonthofen and Immenstadt.

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More About Bad Hindelang

Bad Hindelang in the Allgäu region is a popular health resort. The small village with it's five districts has still preserved its charm. Many of the houses are built in the traditional Allgäu style.