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Stockhorn Hiking

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Is anyone familiar with (gentle) hiking around the Stockhorn?
I plan to take the gondola from Erlenbach to Chrindi, disembark, and hike DOWN to Hinterstockensee.
I would like very much to then hike OVER/UP to Oberstockensee for ? lunch, then circle back to Chrindi, completing the trip to the Stockhorn summit by gondola.
My ?-
Is it 'worth' it to hike to BOTH lakes--ie: how long?, well-marked?, too similar situations/views?
I am a trembly (bit of certain kind of heights) hiker with steep drop-offs or narrow paths---if you've been here, am I likely to encounter on the Oberstockensee bit?

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