Headwater Self Guided Walking In Southern Bavaria

    Germany

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    Enjoy centre-based walking in one of Germany's most picturesque regions

    Itinerary

    Start Oberammergau

    Explore Ammer Valley villages; walk to Pulvermoos Wildlife Sanctuary

    Cable car up Laber; walk down to Ettal village with its Benedictine monastery

    Follow the shore of Staffelsee; afternoon optional boat cruise

    Free day

    Kolben chairlift; various walks along Sonnenberg Ridge available

    Walk to Linderhof Palace; return via the Linder Valley

    End Oberammergau

    Additional Information

    Better known for its famous Passion Plays, the 'chocolate box' village of Oberammergau is the perfect base for a week of walking. From exhilarating mountain hikes to strolls through valleys and wetland reserves, Oberammergau’s wealth of well sign-posted trails makes it an ideal walking destination. Choose from easier or harder walks each day, and take advantage of the easily accessible local buses and mountain lifts. You can also relax in the hotel’s sauna or Jacuzzi.

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    Details

    Duration: 8 Days
    Starts in: Germany
    Group Size: 2

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