If you like to enjoy the mountain view from above but want to avoid the exertion of the ascent, just take one of the plenty cable cars in our region. Floating up to the top of the mountain Rauschberg with the Rauschbergbahn in Ruhpolding takes you only 5 minutes. Arrived at the summit you have a clear view on the foothills of the alps and the Alpenlehrpfad (alpine nature trail) starts from here. The Unternbergbahn in Ruhpolding gets its guests to a pleasant high hiking region with marvelous panorama views across the central alps and the lake Chiemsee. The Hochfellnbahn in Bergen leads in two sections to the summit, arrived at the middle station you have to change the cable car which takes you finally up to the Hochfellnhaus on the summit. The Predigtstuhlbahn in Bad Reichenhall has been put into operation in 1928 and is the world’s oldest, originally preserved big cabin cable car which is operated all-the-year. The four-seat cabins of the Kampenwandbahn in Aschau transports up to 300 persons per hour.