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Bavarian Forest
Highest point: 1,456 m
Lowest point: 793 m
Lifts in total: 41
Tow lifts: 33
Chair lifts: 7
Gondola lift: 1
Pistes in total: 56 km
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Ski holidays Bavarian Forest - ski and winter fun for young and old!

The Bavarian Forest is central Europe's largest forest with 6,000 km² of wooded area. In 1970 the national park Bavarian Forest was created which, together with the Bohemian Forest, forms the largest coherent forestal nature reserve in central Europe with a total span of 900 km². Besides of the Alpine region, this region is also known for its affinity to winter sports. Families in particular will find exactly what they are looking for here. Those who prefer not to explore the Bavarian Forest on skis can also go on a romantic horse-drawn sleigh ride. The lovely castles and monasteries of the Bavarian Forest are definitively worth while a visit. Numerous restaurant and quaint huts, which offer both regional and international culinary highlights, should also be high on your list of to-do's. Bischofsmais – skiing fun and relaxation against a marvelous winter backdrop!

Bischofsmais

The renowned and state approved health resort Bischofsmais with its approx. 3,200 inhabitants is found in the lower Bavarian region of Regen in the middle of the natural park of the Bavarian Forest. The town was formerly dominated by agriculture. With its unique forest landscapes and hills, the area is known today for its large selection of ski and toboggan runs, an extensive cross-country network and diverse hiking trails. The many beautiful …
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Bodenmais

The climatic spa resort Bodenmais is situated in midst of the Bavarian Forest at approx. 689 m altitude, directly at the foot of the "Großer Arber", with 1,456 m the highest mountain in Bavaria outside the Alpine region. The history of mining dominates the resort. As early as the 15th century the area was well-known for silver mining. Later on the first glass factories appeared. During the past decades, Bodenmais has developed to become …
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Lam

The climatic spa resort Lam is located in region Lamer Winkel, idyllically embedded in the valley between the mountains Arber and Osser, Kaitersberg and Hohenbogen. In the picturesque resort centre with its church St. Ulrich, the park and some nice inns, you can let yourself go an relax to the fullest. During the 15th century, the area profited largely from the local silver and copper mining. A local mine ("Fürstenzeche") which was closed back …
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Neureichenau

The community Neureichenau is surrounded by a charming mountain and forest landscape. Its idyllic location in the midst of the Bavarian Forest and at the foot of the Dreisessel mountain (1,312 m) makes the village an ideal holiday destination for travellers who are looking for quiet and relaxation. Numerous cross-country tracks, curling lanes, toboggan runs, a snow tubing lift, and a variety of winter hiking trails, that lead up to the …
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Viechtach

At 450 m, the spa resort Viechtach offers all holiday makers tons of sunny hours on the pistes, thanks to its fog-free location. This resort in the Bavarian Forest was first mentioned in the 11th century. Numerous surrounding castle complexes bear witness to past epochs and are all accessible. An example is the castle ruins Altnussburg, which is the largest and oldest castle complex in the Eastern Bavarian area. Nature and culture friends, as …
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Waldkirchen

In the far east of Bavaria lies the historic muncipality of Waldkirchen on an altitude of 573 m. It once used to be an important trading center at "Goldener Steig", the old trade route to Bohemia. The village used to be surrounded by an enclosing wall with ten towers and two town gates, part of which are preserved until now or have been rebuilt. Furthermore, the hometown of ski jumper Severin Freund boasts an historic market square with a …
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