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About Ferienregion Nationalpark BayrischerWald

Die Ferienregion Nationalpark Bayerischer Wald ist ein Verbund aus 12 Gemeinden, die an das Kerngebiet des Nationalparks angrenzen. Die Gemeinden Bayerisch Eisenstein, Eppenschlag, Frauenau, Hohenau, Kirchdorf, Lindberg, Mauth-Finsterau, Neuschönau, Sankt Oswald-Riedlhütte, Schönberg, Spiegelau und Zwiesel haben sich zusammengeschlossen, um die einzigartigen Natur- und Urlaubserlebnisse rund um den Nationalpark Bayerischer Wald erlebbar zu machen.Die spannende Ganzjahresdestination punktet dabei mit der Unverfälschtheit, Naturvielfalt, der Vielzahl an spannenden Freizeitaktivitäten und mit der stark von der Glasherstellung geprägten Kultur im Bayerischen Wald.Folge unserem Komoot Profil und entdecke die schönsten Wander- und Biketouren in der Ferienregion Nationalpark Bayerischer Wald - "Vom Wald das Beste!"Folge uns auch im Netz:
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Impressum:
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  1. Ferienregion Nationalpark BayrischerWald planned a hike.

    January 31, 2022

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  2. Ferienregion Nationalpark BayrischerWald planned a hike.

    January 31, 2022

  3. Verena, Jan Verbücheln 🤠 and 11 others like this.
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      With a height of more than 1,200 meters, the Siebensteinkopf is a great view summit. The easy ascent to the mountain can be perfectly combined with a circular walk to the source of the Warm Vltava, which lies just a few meters from the German-Czech border. From the source it then goes on the Czech side

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  4. Ferienregion Nationalpark BayrischerWald planned a hike.

    August 17, 2018

    Zottel, Schmitt and 4 others like this.
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      Together with the neighboring large felt the Klosterfilz forms the largest bog area in the Bavarian Forest. On this circular walk, you can explore the enchanted bogs and the surrounding virgin forests extensively. The sections on the Moorwiesen are particularly beautiful: so that the flora and fauna

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  5. Ferienregion Nationalpark BayrischerWald planned a hike.

    August 17, 2018

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      The emotional path at Schönberg is a real pleasure walk. Along the stream Mitternacher Ohe you walk on quiet forest paths, along lush meadows and over green hills. The path is almost level, making it perfect for hikers of all ages.

      

      Directly on the main road 533, on the southern edge of Schönberg, is the

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  6. Ferienregion Nationalpark BayrischerWald planned a hike.

    August 16, 2018

    Hasko, Jan Verbücheln 🤠 and 5 others like this.
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      Above the Zwiesel district Rabenstein the Hennenkobel lures with its untouched forests to extensive hikes. The best part: although its slopes are covered with dense mixed forests, you have a great view of the forests and mountains of the Bavarian Forest National Park on the small rocky summit.

      

      At the

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    1. Ferienregion Nationalpark BayrischerWald

      The Great Arber, highest mountain and thus 'King of the Bavarian Forest', was covered by glaciers during the last ice age. On their way down into the valley, the glaciers lifted glacial hollows, so-called Kare, at several points around the mountain. South of the summit, one of the hollows filled with

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    1. Ferienregion Nationalpark BayrischerWald

      In the Alps, the mountain pastures are called alpine pastures and in the Bavarian Forest they are called shafts. At least since the 17th century, large forests were cut down on the sunny slopes of the mountains in the Bavarian Forest, so that from then on cattle and sheep could graze in the summer months

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  7. Ferienregion Nationalpark BayrischerWald planned a hike.

    August 16, 2018

    Jan Verbücheln 🤠, nettego and 5 others like this.
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      The ascent to Falkenstein is one of the most exciting mountain tours that you can do in the Bavarian Forest National Park. The ascent route takes you through the unique landscape of the Höllbach spreng, a cascading waterfall. The river rushes through a narrow and steep gorge down into the valley.

      

      The

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  8. Ferienregion Nationalpark BayrischerWald planned a hike.

    August 16, 2018

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    Thomas, Jan Verbücheln 🤠 and 5 others like this.
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      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

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