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Less traveled day trips from Garmisch

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We love Garmisch-Partenkirchen and have spent many happy days there. We are going again in early February, spending 4 days at the end of a ski trip for our son. We've seen all the "usuals" but intend to return to Seefeld and Mittenwald. We still have one day to fill and I'd like to see someplace we've not been before.

We'll be traveling by train. I'm wondering about Benediktbeuern or Ottobeuren as possibilities. Can't get Bahn.de to show me train connections to the former and the latter is a bit of a distance (almost 2 hours) but through what appears to be beautiful coountryside. Checked Bad Tolz and couldn't even find train connections there. Looked at Gmund on Tegernsee but think 3 hours one way is a bit too much.

Can anyone comment on the places I'm looking at or suggest something else perhaps a bit closer to GAP for us to explore for a day? Thanks.

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