Natural experiences in Bavaria
Bavaria's landscapes are unique and full of impressive natural highlights. Many of these can be experienced with ease and without any great expense or trouble. Discover the deep ravines, spectacular viewpoints, magical lakes and impressive treetop walkways.
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Since July 2010, the Garmisch-Classic world of experience has been promising spectacular new mountain experiences with the AlpspiX viewing platform and the peak experience trail.
The holiday resort of Oberaudorf enjoys an idyllic location in the Alpine Foothills of the Bavarian Inntal Valley – right on the border with the Tyrol.
The holiday destination of Alpenwelt Karwendel is situated in southern Upper Bavaria. The region around the upper Isar river is a paradise for hikers and nature lovers...
Nowadays, visitors can experience Bavarian traditions and hospitality in the huts; the majority of which are now run as inns. They can be used as a place to sleep, for a holiday far removed from the stress of big city life, or simply as a place to grab some refreshments after a long hiking or skiing tour.
Enjoy an unforgettable day on the River Isar in a whole new way. Travel down the waves of the Isar on an old raft and discover the Bavarian way of life in a whole new way. Between 1st May and mid-September, you can drift down the river whilst enjoying hearty raft music, Bavarian delicacies and fresh beer.
The Kleine Arbersee lies in the heart of the 403 hectare nature reserve in the Upper Bavarian Forest. It can only be accessed by foot or via the Kleinen Arberseebahn train.
Timber rafting in the Franconian Forest was first officially mentioned back in 1386. The wealth of the forest and the many water courses meant that the region provided excellent conditions for the timber trade and timber transportation by water. The Franconian Forest raftsmen provided the Main-Rhine region with timber; even Amsterdam is in part made from stakes from the Franconian Forest.
In Germany you cannot get higher than this: a visit to the Zugspitze. Situated near Garmisch-Partenkirchen and standing at 2,962 metres above sea level, it towers over all of the other mountains in Germany. There is a reason for its slogan: "Top of Germany".
It is a common sound in the Altmühltal nature reserve during the summer months: this light, almost ringing, knocking sound of metal on stone. But it is not just any stone that both children and adults diligently work on with hammer and chisel in the visitor quarries – it is "Solnhofen limestone".
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