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The Ilka Heights

At a glance

At the western edge of Lake Starnberg, the Würm Glacier threw up a large lateral moraine during the last ice age.
On the ridge, the highest point of which is 726 m above sea level and the highest elevation on Lake Starnberg, the hiking trail leads you across wide estate meadows.

From there you have the most beautiful view over Lake Starnberg as well as the alpine chain from the Chiemgau Alps to the Wetterstein Mountains with the Zugspitze.

The Ilkahöhe was named after Princess Ilka von Wrede (1838 – 1913), daughter of Count Carl von Vieregg, who owned the
Tutzing Castle
from 1832 to 1864. The settlement there consists of an estate, St. Nicholas Church and the forester’s lodge, which is now a restaurant with a beer garden and a magnificent view.

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