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Hello, I am looking for some advice on how to prioritize where to hike in Germany, Austria and Switzerland. I have 10 days and wiil be traveling through the following areas; Tubingen, Salzburg, Innsbruck, Appenzell , Gimmelwald (spending a night up there) . I could change plans and detour to Berchtetgaden and Garmisch area if better to hike there. I was considering driving the Grossglockner Road. Appenzell looks interesting for hiking also. So many choices! How do I prioritize? I will be spending two days in the Tubingen area, two days in the Salzburg area, one day in Innbruck, a day in Interlaken and a day in Gimmewald. Traveling through Appennzell on the way to Interlaken from Innsbruck so would have time for a several hour hike probably. I read about Trummenburg falls and that looks interesting. Also, for the limited time I have in Gimmewald what would be the best day hike to do? I would greatly appreciate any advice! I am in pretty good shape and thinking for the allotted time dayhikes around 5-8 miles seems doable.

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