Staffelsee

Local nameStaffelsee
LocationSeehausen am Staffelsee, Germany

The Staffelsee is a lake in the Garmisch-Partenkirchen district of Bavaria, Germany. The settlements of Murnau, Seehausen and Uffing lie on its shores. Within its 7 km2 area lie seven islands, the largest and only inhabited of which is Wörth.

Wörth was the site of Staffelsee Abbey, a Carolingian monastery founded in the 8th century and dissolved in the 11th century.

Boat trips aboard the MS Seehausen connect the landing stages of Seehausen, Uffing and Achele between April and October. The surface of the lake is, on average, 649 metres above sea level, and at its deepest it is around 40 metres deep.The main inflow and outflow of the lake is the River Ach, which enters from the west and departs to the north.The northeastern part of the lake is known…

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Staffelsee

Address 82418, Germany

Coordinates 47°41'25.904" N 11°9'37.432" E

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