Whether you are more interested into getting active or culturally interested or a little of everything – the “Bavarian Forest” has offers recreation for everyone
Hiking or Skiing on the mount Arber (1456m), scuffeling through the fallen leaves in fall on the “Schachten”, visiting a glassblowing factory at Zwiesel or a daytrip to Prague – you are free to arrange your vacation just the way you want.
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In our direct vicinity you will find plentiful opportunities to have a great vacation – whether you visit in Summer for hiking, mountainbiking, a citytrip, picking mushrooms or just enjoy the sun in on our lawn – or if you visit us in winter for skiing, sledding, cross country skiing or snow shoe hiking.
To already provide you with a short overview about the various opportunities we put together a little “Link – collection” below – once you are here we will be happy to assist you in selecting the best destinations for your individual vacation.
From Wikipedia: The Bavarian Forest is a wooded low-mountain region in Bavaria, Germany. It extends along the Czech border and is continued on the Czech side by the Šumava (Bohemian Forest). Geographically the Bavarian Forest and Bohemian Forest are sections of the same mountain range. A part of the Bavarian Forest belongs to the Bavarian Forest National Park (Nationalpark Bayerischer Wald) (240 km²), established in 1970 as the first national park in Germany. Another 3,008 km² belong to the Bavarian Forest Nature Park (Naturpark Bayerischer Wald), established 1967, and 1738 km² to the Eastern Bavarian Forest Nature Park (Naturpark Oberer Bayerischer Wald), established 1965. The Bavarian Forest is a remnant of the Hercynian Forest that stretched across southern Germania in Roman times. It is the largest protected forest area in central Europe.
The highest mountain in the region is the Großer Arber (“Great Arber”, 1,456 m). The main river is the Regen, which is formed by the conjunction of White Regen and Black Regen and leaves the mountains towards the city of Regensburg.
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during the summer the bavarian forest offers endless options tohike or stroll through the tree tops on theWaldwipfelweg Sankt Englmar or the words longest Tree Top path.
If you like it fast then you might want to try summer sledding in Sankt Englmar or kayaking on the “Schwarzen Regen”.
Intersting locations for anything concerning the traditional glassblowing industry are the glassblowing factory Joska in Bodenmais or the Weinfurtner Glasdorf.
In the winter offers various skiing & cross country skiing areas Arber, Geisskopf, Pröller or Cross Country Skiing – Bretterschachten with lots of sun and snow everything that makes wintersports so much fun.
And here’s our little link collection about some of the various possibilities that will be offered to you in the bavarian forest
Activities / Sports
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