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Our hiking recomandations

The Lechweg...

... offers an extraordinary nature experience, from the inhabitants molded by their landscape and the truly mythical stories. The wanderer accompanies the Lech for almost 125 Kilometers. From its spring near the Formarinsee in the Austrian state of Vorarlberg to the Lechfall in Fuessen in the Allgaeu.

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The GEOgrenzGÄNGER...

... is a 16 km long circuit. At the interactive stations you will learn about the geological features of the area. Through different entrances and a variant, the "little GEOgrenzGÄNGER" (5,6 km), you can make your personal Geopath-stage in its sole discretion and experience.

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The Kings round

Converts in the footsteps of the Bavarian King Ludwig II., who turns his round at the King round. Already in the 19th century. Spent the natural and enthusiastic mountain royal family regularly auf Schloss Hohenschwangau and took from there numerous walks. 

In the Gutshof "Zum Schluxen" in Unterpinswang, the Bavarian fairy-tale king Ludwig II and his mother Marie would like to stay after hikes and appreciate the good cuisine.

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Hiking to the "Drei-Länder-Eck"

On the black mountain above the forest experience center Ziegelwies once met the Bishopric of Augsburg, the County of Tyrol and the duchy of Bavaria together. According to legend, a triangular table was there posted for the meeting of the regents. The achievable through narrow paths viewpoint at Schwarzenberg summit with the historic landmark offers a great view of feet and well into the Tyrol. Also do not miss: the remains of the former Höhlenburg hole near the refreshment stop Schluxen.

At the end you will come back to the mountain forest path in the forest experience center, where the tour began. There the kids can play their residual power on the giant slide. dem Schwarzenberg oberhalb des Walderlebniszentrums Ziegelwies stießen einst das Hochstift Augsburg, die Grafschaft Tirol und das Herzogtum Bayern zusammen. Der Sage nach war dort für die Treffen der Regenten ein dreiseitiger Tisch postiert. Der über schmale Pfade erreichbare Aussichtspunkt am Schwarzenberggipfel mit dem historischen Grenzstein bietet einen tollen Blick über Füssen und weit ins Tirol. Auch nicht verpassen: die Überreste der einstigen Höhlenburg Loch nahe der Einkehrstation Schluxen.

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