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Baviaran Alps End April Good idea?

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Couple with two kids and their spouses (6 adults total) considering Germany 4/22 – 4/30, never been. We enjoy the outdoors and mountains so considering a few days in Munich then the nearby Alps. Not much into sightseeing, maybe one castle tour though. All enjoy hiking and need to be on the go, we don’t like a lot of downtime. Prior to really digging into it is this a bad idea that time of year? Fodor's Bavarian Alps guide says spring is a good time for hiking, but are we too early? We love the Rockies (especially Canadian), but wouldn’t consider hiking that time of year there.

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