Excursion destinations such as the treetop path, on which a 1.3 km long path leads visitors to unimagined heights and opens up uniquely beautiful views over the cultural landscape of the Bavarian Forest, with its dreamy valleys and its beautiful mountains such as Rachel and Lusen. But the ArBär Kinderland, the western town “Pullman City” or the Drachenhöhle in Fürth are also worth a visit. You can find more ideas and excursion destinations here.
The Bavarian Forest is home to many museums and galleries, such as the Brewery Museum in Zwiesel or the Farm Furniture Museum. Take a cultural journey through the Bavarian Forest and discover special features such as the “first German kite museum”, the “glass gardens”, the “house on the river” or the “coffee pot museum”. One thing is certain: the Bavarian Forest has a wide variety of art to offer! More information here.
Wether a long-distance-walk, a steepascent, hike with the whole familyor dog-freindly– the Bavarian Forest is one of the most popular hiking regions in Germany. You will find guided hikes of varying difficulties and of course the most important thing: take a break in one of the many mountain inns. Here you can enjoy typical Bavarian specialties and enjoy yourself with a cool wheat beer. You can find all information about hiking here.
We have the best excursion tips for all water lovers. Whether water-skiing and action, fishing, stand-up paddling or a relaxing day at the lake – you will find all the tips about Lindberg here. The canoe tours canoe tours and the and boat hikes are also special highlights. Let yourself be surprised by the diversity of the Bavarian Forest and plunge into the cool water! All information and other excursion destinations can be found here.
Go on an underground voyage of discovery in the mines, quarries and underground passages of the Bavarian Forest. Due to fear of attacks, but also for the purpose of cooling, many underground tunnels were built at that time. Today these can be visited. Not far from our hotel are, for example, the underground passages of the glass city of Zwiesel. In addition to various tunnel systems, there are also mines and quarries that are worth seeing. More information here.
Well-developed paths lead from Lindberg in all directions. There is something for all levels of difficulty: from easier routes through flat valleys to more demanding routes. You can find more information about cyclingin the Bavarian Forest and around Lindberg here. You can also get information about bike paths and free tour maps in our hotel. The winding Bavarian Forest is also predestined for motorcyclists More…