Ferienregion Nationalpark Bayerischer Wald planned a hike.
August 16, 2018
Between Spiegelau and Großarmschlag there is a compact ridge that consists almost entirely of hard gneiss rock. Over the course of millions of years, the Great Ohe has cut a dramatic, deep gorge into the rock on its way through the rocks. On a hiking trail you can explore the Steinklamm with the whole family.On the banks of the Große Ohe in Spiegelau your hike begins through the Steinklamm. On a quiet street you follow the course of the river up to the Spiegelauer district Luisenfels. Here the valley is getting narrower and narrower. A few steps later you are already standing in the wild and romantic Steinklamm. Sometimes the Great Ohe flows fast between wooded slopes, sometimes over large stones and rocks and sometimes through narrow rock passages. From the trail on the banks of the river, you can admire the natural spectacle in peace.After you have crossed the gorge, the valley continues again and you leave the river in the direction of Großarmschlag. Here it is still worth a detour to the idyllic reservoir, before you return from the stage destination with the trains of the Waldbahn back to Spiegelau.
August 17, 2018