Bodensee (Lake Constance) - Top 13 Cities and Attractions
January 6th, 2023
Bodensee (Lake Constance in English) is the largest lake in Germany. The huge green gem on the German-Austrian-Swiss border is 63 km long. It owes its fame to the fact that it is a real holiday paradise, joined by charming towns. It is mainly a summer destination where everyone goes swimming, sailing or surfing. The 536 km2 Lake Constance is the 3rd largest stagnant body of water in Europe after Lake Balaton and Lake Geneva. In addition to water sports, cycling is also very popular in the area.
Zugspitze (2962 m) - Cable car, hiking route, huts ...
December 9th, 2022
The highest point in Germany is the 2,963-meter-high Zugspitze in the Alps. It is ideal climbing terrain for lovers of height, but we recommend it to those who prefer more accessible hikes, as you can go up with a cable car. From the top, you can enjoy the panorama of four countries while eating and drinking in the country's highest mountain hut. At the top, you find Germany's most beautiful roof terrace, where a unique 360° panorama opens up all year round. From there, you can count 400 Alpine
Ankogel (3254 m) - Climbing routes, Ankogelbahn, huts ...
November 23rd, 2022
One of the best-known attractions of the Hohe Tauern National Park is the Ankogel range (and peak), a Mecca for climbers. The mountain is one of the popular destinations for climbers who have "outgrown" the 2,000-meter mountains and want to jump a level. If you are flirting with the idea of climbing the friendly Ankogel, I recommend our current article to your attention. You can gain a lot of experience and practice on relatively easy terrain so that, in the meantime, you will enjoy a dazzling
Groppensteinschlucht gorge 2023 - Map, trail, parking
November 21st, 2022
One of the most exciting attractions in Carinthia is the Groppensteinschlucht Gorge, which is studded with waterfalls. The wide gorge that can be traversed along a 2.5 km long route is a real treat in the Mölltal region. Since the trail is a child- and dog-friendly, the whole family can have a great time. During your journey, you follow the river through the forest. Observe pools under your feet, enjoy whirlpools and roars, and count numerous waterfalls, of which a 30-meter waterfall will be th
Grossglockner (3798 m) Austria - Climbing routes, huts ...
November 16th, 2022
Austria's highest peak, the Grossglockner, is one of the most famous peaks among climbers. The mountain group, located not far from Ankogel and the Krimml waterfall, is one of the jewels of the Hohe Tauern National Park. If you have been planning to climb the Grossglockner for a long time, now you will find all the essential information to make your summit attack successful! If you're hearing about it for the first time but love mountain adventures and are interested in climbing, then by the en
Grawa Waterfall 2023 - Parking, prices, trails
November 14th, 2022
The 85-meter-wide Grawa waterfall in Tyrol is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the province. The Krimml waterfall's little sister is fed by the Sulzaubach river. Its height can reach 120-180 meters. A viewing point area has been created at the foot of the waterfall, where you can sunbathe and eat the sandwich you brought. A short, child-friendly, and easy program for the whole family. The Grawafall is one of the widest waterfalls in Austria! Regardless of the season, it is always worth a
National Parks of Austria (6) - Maps, photos, detials ...
November 9th, 2022
Although Austria is full of fantastic hiking places, only six national parks exist. This fact is surprising, given that the country is the "emperor" of active rest. There are many green areas but not so many highly protected locations. Three national parks protect the alpine region, while the rest preserve wetlands. The parks collectively encompass many ecosystems, from high alpine regions with glaciers to lowland wetlands along significant rivers like the Danube. This diversity of landscapes s
Gesause National Park Guide - Map, cities, things to do ...
November 7th, 2022
The 110 km² Gesause National Park is one of Austria's six national parks. In terms of size, Gesäuse is the third in line, but in terms of age, it is the youngest. The region is located in Styria, where the Enns River played a decisive role in its formation. It also got its name from the river, as Gesäuse means "roaring" in German. Mountains cover more than 30% of the area, so silence and tranquillity will be guaranteed. Its highest point is the 2,369-meter Hochtor. The park consists of three mo
Nothklamm Gorge 2023 - Parking, Opening Hours, Maps ...
November 4th, 2022
Nothklamm is one of the best-known gorges in Gesause National Park. The gorge is seven hundred meters long, but you can take the 5-kilometre natural trail with 48 sections to extend the program. While you follow the river uphill, exciting rock formations will take you by surprise. The gorge is part of the GeoDorf region, which includes the gorge, the educational trail, the Kraushöhle cave, the GeoRama interactive museum and many other exciting sights. The gorge is a nature reserve, so take extr
Stuibenfall Guide 2023 - Tyrol's highest waterfall
November 2nd, 2022
The highest waterfall in Tyrol is the 159-meter-high Stuibenfall. It dazzles passers-by with its enormous water amount. An exciting point during the trail is an 80-meter-long steel suspension bridge over the deep chasm. It will test your courage (and knee). The waterfall carries water from the Horlachbach River. It can be reached with an easy, family-friendly hike. A path of wooden steps leads up to the waterfall, which consists of no less than 700 steps. Overview Stuibenfall Details