Sadly, the journey on the second day turned out to be a little less exciting, despite the fact that I had planned to cross just as many mountain passes as on the first day. The first pass that I had looked up online was Hahntennjoch. This should have been one of our most spectacular locations, however unfortunately the pass had been closed down due to the weather conditions and we had to turn around… This not only meant that we wouldn’t see the amazing views up there, but also that we had to drive all the way around it to get to the next location. The next two locations were Gaichtpass and Fernpassstraße, which both turned out to be a total flop. Unfortunately, looking up locations online can be a bit of a gamble as the spots might simply not be as good as expected. So we wound up in an empty parking lot, where we stopped for lunch and took a break until we figured out how we should end the day. We were due back in Munich that evening, and I wanted to try and end the trip on a high, despite the disappointment of the day so far. I had one more location in my mind, which I really wanted to be at for sunset; Germany’s highest mountain, the Zugspitze! So, we wasted no time and drove back across the border to our new destination for this day. And one thing is sure, it did not disappoint!