Waldwoge after Waldwoge - a sea of lush green forests and meadows, with small villages and towns in between. This is how one of Germany's most popular holiday regions looks from above. The Bavarian Forest National Park holiday region scores with almost untouched nature and pure forest wilderness. The low mountain range landscape offers a wealth of attractions, and that for very different groups of guests: For nature lovers, for families with children, for guests with dogs, but also for sporty active holidaymakers or wellness and relaxation seekers.
Whether hiking, cycling, mountain biking, skiing and snowboarding or cross-country skiing: The region offers something for everyone. Hikers can expect a dense network of top hiking trails, from leisurely river tours to challenging mountain tours with fantastic views.
Natural trails and cycling paths at very different altitudes will make the hearts of mountain bikers beat faster, whether with or without electric assistance - a boundless pleasure, as many of the cycling and hiking tours pass the nearby border to the Czech Republic.
THE main attraction of the holiday region: The Bavarian Forest National Park.
As the oldest national park in Germany, it was founded back in 1970. Since then, nature has been able to develop in its original state without any major human intervention. Together with its neighbour, the Czech National Park Šumava, the National Park is the largest contiguous forest area in Central Europe. Visitors can expect a fascinating forest landscape with mysterious bogs, idyllic glades with rare plants and memorable field formations. An impressive nature experience for all those who love to be outdoors and take the time to discover these green landscapes step by step.