The Wimbach valley (Wimbachtal) is a beautiful glacially formed valley in the National Park of Berchtesgaden in the Berchtesgaden Alps (Germany). The Valley is open to the north and surrounded by the Germany’s highest mountain peaks (e.g. Watzmann, 2713 meters a.s.l. , and Hochkalter, 2607 meters a.s.l. ) that enclose it to the west, the south and the east. Between it’s highest point, the Trischübel pass (1774 m a.s.l. ) which separates the Watzmann in the north from the Steinernes Meer in the south, and it’s lowest point, the Wimbachbrücke at the lower end of the Wimbachklamm gorge there is a distance of more than 10 kilometers to be covered through a wild and beautifully preserved alpine landscape.