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Hiking Trail Eltzer Burgpanorama

Follow The Eltz Castle Panorama Hiking Trail Designated in 2013 as Germany’s most beautiful hiking trail, the Hiking Trail Eltzer Burgpanorama starts at the centre of the small village of Wierschem and delivers to you the sensational panorama of the Moselle Plateau. The trail leads downwards with natural footpaths and you then enter the wild […]

Hiking Trail Ehrbachklamm

Walking Through The Ehrbachklamm Gorge The natural beauty and amazing views experienced when you take a hike through the Ehrbachklamm Gorge are reward enough for the energy that it takes. This is a hike that goes for approximately 16 kilometres so it is very doable even for younger members of the family. Starting the walk […]

Hiking trail Briloner Kammweg

Hiking In Germany – The Challenging Briloner Kammweg Certified as a quality hiking trail, the Brilon Ridge Trail in Sauerland covers a circular route that is 50 kilometres long. It begins in Brilon, a town where there are some beautiful half timbered houses and a lovely town hall with a Gothic facade. Brilon is a […]

Hiking trail Bergmolchwanderweg

The Alpine Hiking Trail At Bergmolchwanderweg Hiking in the Alps is always delight and Bergmolchwanderweg, which was named after an Alpine newt, is a path that lasts for 11 kilometres and it loops around the Burg Rabenstein (Rabenstein Castle). Located in Brandenburg, the trail is fully marked by signs which depict an Alpine newt in […]

Hiking Trail Barefoot Path Bad Orb

Germany’s Longest Barefoot Path Hiking barefoot can be a liberating experience and if you want to combine this kind of walk with stunning forest scenery in a beautiful part of Germany, try the Barefoot Path Bad Orb (Barfußpark Bad Orb). As a recreational activity for the family it is hard to beat. The trail encompasses […]

Bostalsee

Bostalsee – The Largest Lake In Saarland Created in 1979, the Bostalsee is actually a reservoir that was formed when a dam was built on the River Bos. As an area to visit for recreation it is unmatched in this region of Germany. The surface area of the lake stretches to 120 hectares and at […]

Bad Zwischenahn

Pearl of the Ammerland Bad Zwischenahn is a lovely town in Lower Saxony and is right next to the Zwischenahner Meer, a beautiful lake and the third largest in the area. Dubbed the Pearl of the Ammerland, Bad Zwischenahn makes a fantastic base for anyone who wants to discover the delights of the Lower Saxony […]