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What is it like to climb Germany's highest mountain on foot? Where do you experience beautiful snowshoe tours and what do you have to consider? Conquer eight thousand-metre peaks in the Bavarian Forest or experience enjoyable hikes for the whole family in the Fichtelgebirge, the Allgäu and the Franconian Alb. Plus everything you need to know about the four "highest" panorama mountain tours and the national parks in Bavaria as well as stories for pleasure hikers.

The latest stories for mountain lovers

Ranger Antonia explains the protected zones to snowshoe hikers: "Mostly the reactions are positive".

Black Grouse Security

The mountains around Lake Schliersee are popular with winter sports enthusiasts. Rangers ensure the protection of rare species. We went on a ski tour

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Wunderschön: Eiskristalle an den Bäumen

Flock ‘n‘ Roll

Our reporter took the premium winter hiking trail near Reit im Winkl from the “Hindeburghütte” to the "Hemmersuppenalm" under his boots.

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"Die Natur am Frillensee lässt mich Demut und Dankbarkeit spüren"

... Anni Friesinger

We met the three-time Olympic champion in speed skating for a decelerated winter hike around the icy Frillensee Lake.

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Neuer Achtsamkeitstrend: Medidatives Solo Full Moon Snow Shoeing

Bright enthusiasm

Full moon snow shoe tour? It sounded so exciting that our reporters immediately set off for the Nagelfluhkette Nature Park in the Allgäu Alps.

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Bizarre, coole Kulisse auf der letzten Höhenetappe

Cool Moonwalk

Between the Großer Arber and the Brotjacklriegel the Bavarian Forest shows itself as a perfect area for snowshoe hikers.

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Die Pfeifen im Hinterteil der Pferde bleiben unbemalt

„Arschpfeiferl“ instead of made in China

More tinsel? Tree decorations made in China? Certainly not in Berchtesgaden. This is a town where colourful wooden toys hang on Christmas trees

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Beavers, mountains, sundew

The Ammergau Alps Nature Park combines unique landscapes and stunning biotopes.

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Doppelt beschäftigt: Als Kuhschellenschmied und Yogalehrer

Yogi and blacksmith Kilian Trenkle

A smith with inner strength: Kilian Trenkle is the fifth generation of his family to forge cow bells, and also a committed Yogi

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Die zwei Meter hohen Grashalme von Magdalena in den Gläsernen Gärten

Glass art from the Bavarian Forest

Magdalena Paukner's glass art is lovingly detailed. With her very personal handwriting she continues a tradition of the Bavarian Forest

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