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  • Bad Reichenhall
  • Berchtesgaden
  • Lake Chiemsee
  • München
  • Reit im Winkl
  • Ruhpolding
  • Salzburg

    Bad ReichenhallBad Reichenhall

    Nature has presented Bad Reichenhall richely: since thousands of years the precious saline AlpenSole is sputtering out of officially recognized medicinal springs. In the year 1899 the Alpine city has been appointed to  Bayrisches Staatsbad (Bavarian state spa), till nowadays it’s the only one in the whole alpine region. Baths and inhalation applications with the brine AlpenSole shall regenerate the respiratory ducts, strengthen the immune system and appease skin diseases. In the Königlicher Kurgarten (King’s spa garden) a so called Gradierwerk  has been constructed which enriches the natural air with the brine AlpenSole, here one can breathe in this healthy air. The old salt refinery Alte Saline with its underground tunnel systems is worth a visit. Till this day the huge water wheels steadily run, banking the brine to the surface. The cathedral Münster St.Zeno is said to be the biggest roman church building in Upper Bavaria. The cable car Predigtstuhlbahn is the world’s oldest, originally preserved big cabin cable car which is operated all-the-year.


    In the market town Berchtesgaden visitors walk along the castle Königliches Schloss, pleasant historic middle-classe houses, endearing shops and inviting hostelries. Or you undertake a Salz-Zeit-Reise (time travel) in the salt mine, where visitors slide down into the mine. From the historic monument Kehlsteinhaus which is located on the top of the mountain Obersalzberg you have an unrivalled view of the Berchtesgaden and Salzburg countries. The documents Dokumentation Obersalzberg gives you the opportunity to deal with the role of Berchtesgaden in the German history. Just a stone’s throw away is the lake Königsee. There is a regular ship service for visitors with E-boats to the pilgrimage church St. Bartholomä. A short stop at the famous Echowand (echo wall) is mandatory at each tour. .

    Lake ChiemseeLake Chiemsee

    The Chiemsee is the largest Bavarian lake, that’s why it’s also called the Bavarian Sea. What can’t be seen from the lakefront of the Chiemsee is the castle Schloss Herren-Chiemsee, which has been build in the middle of the isle Herreninsel in 1887 by the fairy tale king Ludwig II. It’s a gorgeous castle surrounded by a grandiose park. The building resembles the French baroque castle Versaille. One of its most magnificent rooms is the Spiegelsaal (hall of mirrors), its length is 75 metres. On the isle Fraueninsel is the famous Benedictine Abbey Frauenwörth. The isle is a car free zone, round about 300 people are living here. You can walk around the complete isle on a 1.5 kilometres loop road. The isle Krautinsel is the smallest isle of the three Chiemsee isles and is not on the route of the regular Chiemsee liner traffic. In the middle ages the isle was used by the nuns of the Benedictine Abbey as a vegetables and herbs garden. That’s why the isle is called Krautinsel (herbs isle)


    The landmark of the Bavarian capital city München is the cathedral Frauenkirche with its two towers which can be seen from afar. The München Rathaus (townhall) a neo-Gothic building is located at the Marienplatz, just in the center of Munich. One of the most favorite photo attractions is the Glockenspiel located just underneath the roof of the Rathaus it plays everyday at 11am and 12am. In the Deutsche Museum one can experience natural sciences and engineering and in the Allianz Arena the stars of football are celebrated. The park Englische Garten is the green oasis of München. Uncountable visitors are walking through the spacious park area everyday, take a side trip to the restaurant Seehaus at the lake Kleinhesseloher See and the tower Chinesische Turm or watch the surfers on the Eisbachwelle. On the fairground Theresienwiese the world’s biggest folk festival the Oktoberfest takes place every year. For a daytrip to München best is to take the train from the Traunstein railway station, that’s easy and rather cheap, especially as a group or family.

    Reit im WinklReit im Winkl

    The alpine pasture Winklmoosalm nearby Reit im Winkl is a favourite family skiing location for alpine skiing and for cross country skiing as well. Due to the fact that the Olympic games winner Rosi Mittermaier was born there,  the Winklmoosalm has become a worldwide known place. In summer the spacious alpine pasture attracts hikers and bikers. In the Kletterwald (climbing forest)  nearby Reit im Winkl you can get high up to the crowns. Kids, adults and all climbing enthusiasts can go to their limits there. In the gorge of the Hausbach waterfalls is Germanys first TÜV certified fixed rope route. The length of the route is 400 metres with difficulties rated as B and C (moderate to challengeing) . The road Maria Hellwig-Weg reminds of the queen of yodeling Maria Hellwig, to whom the crown of folk music has been awarded. Maria’s restaurant and café Zum Kuhstall remains a legendary location up till today. Reit im Winkl is the destination of the yearly Chiemgau Team Trophy cross country skiing contest which starts in Inzell.


    Ruhpolding is located directly on the biking trail Chiemgau Radweg, which leads from Inzell  to Reit im Winkl. In winter this trail is also used for the Chiemgau Team Trophy, a cross country skiing competition where the athletes start at the Max Aicher Arena. In the Ruhpolding Chiemgau Arena the Biathlon worldcup takes place every year ahead of ten thousands of spectators and on the jumps on site, Nordic combined competitions take place. The Freizeitpark ( leisure and theme park) and the little Eishalle (ice hall) present fabulous family pleasure. “Little Canada” is a place nearby Rohpolding where the three lakes Lödensee, Mittersee and Weitsee are embedded in a completely undeveloped area. The spa and pool resort Vita Alpina presents its guests in the middle of the Chiemgau alps the sound of the sea and artificial sea surf.


    Salzburg, the city of Mozart has been included on the list of world cultural heritages by the UNESCO. That’s no wonder with such a history and the plenty of famous sights of Salzburg. Some of the most impressive buildings are the Dom cathedral Salzburger Dom and the Alte Residenz. To be seen from far the fortress Hohensalzburg. This fortress is the biggest, completely preserved one in central Europe. If you like to feel the typical Salzburg atmosphere go for a stroll through the alley Getreidegasse or visit the Schrannenmarkt on Thursdays which is located just opposite the pallace Schloss Mirabelle with the famous Marmorsaal (marble hall). The park Mirabellengarten enchants as a blooming oasis and the castle Hellbrunn by its trick fountains. The Salzburg Zoo  presents local and exotic animals in their natural habitats. The museum Haus der Natur (house of nature) leads the visitor into a fascinating underwater world and on a trip through the human body. For sporty enthusiasts we recommend the cycle track Mozartweg from Inzell to Salzburg.

  • Alpine Dairy Farms
  • Bathing Pleasures
  • Cable Cars
  • Leisure Parks
  • Mountain Tours
  • Museums
  • Swimming Lakes
  • The Fun of Skiing

    Alpine Dairy FarmsAlpine Dairy Farms

    Alpine dairy farms (Almen) draw a magical attraction to hikers. Spending your holidays in Inzell you can discover every day a new alpine dairy farm. The Keitlalm lies underneath the summit of the mountain Rauschberg at 969 metres, you get there either by mountain bike or by foot. The Reiteralm is wellknown for its delicious, homemade cheese cake. To get to the Harbachalm you hike on an open forest road along the creek Schwarzach. The rustic Bichleralm is one of the oldest pastures /dairy farms of the region, and is constructed as a bipartite farm building, that means human living, sleeping and cooking are separated from animal husbandry (dispite most other alpine dairy farms where folks and animals live and sleep under one roof). The Höllenbachalm serves its guests homemade cheese from the own dairy and smoked bacon from the own butchery. From the Zwieselalm you enjoy a great view into the alps.

    Bathing PleasuresBathing Pleasures

    However the weather will be, sunshine or smooth mountain rain, in the spa and pool resorts you will have fun. The Erlebnis- und Wellnessbad Vita Alpina in Ruhpolding features its guests the sound of the sea and sea surf in the middle of the Chiemgau alps. The Spa&Familienresort RupertusTherme in Bad Reichenhall presents its guests with the curative power of the brine AlpenSole from the natural local sources. The water landscape of the Watzmann Therme in Berchtesgaden stands for bathing fun and adventures featuring a waterslide, a special parent-child section and an adventure and sports pool for active hours. In the Chiemgau Thermen in Bad Endorf you can enjoy an  overall area of 1.800 square meters of pure spa waters out of the biggest thermal-iodine-brine source of Europe.

    Cable CarsCable Cars

    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.

    Leisure ParksLeisure Parks

    Games, fun and adventures a plenty are guaranteed for adults and kids.   The Freizeitpark in Ruhpolding and the Märchen-Erlebnispark in Marquartstein present magical family pleasures. In the climbing forest Kletterwald Reit im Winkl, kids adults and all climbing enthusiasts can go to their limits. In the Kletterwald Prien you climb at the heights of 100 year old giant trees. The Sommerrrodelbahn at the mountain Obersalzberg in Berchtesgaden offers tobogganing fun at tearing paces in snow free times. The Müncher Tierpark Hellabrunn in München is one of the zoos with the highest animal abundance in Europe. The Salzburger Zoo presents local and exotic animal specieses in their natural habitat. The Porsche TraumWerk in Anger-Aufham is a mixture of a model car facility, leisure park and toy museum. The Eisriesenfeld in Werfen/Austria is the world’s  biggest ice cave. The capital München attracts with the soccer stadium Allianz Arena, the BMW-Welt (museum and exhibition) and the film studios Bavaria Filmstadt.

    Mountain ToursMountain Tours

    Mountain tours demand some sweat and endurance, an exert which will be rewarded by unique panorama views. The Sonntagshorn (1.961m) is the highest mountain of the Chiemgau alps  and is located at the boarder to Austria. The summit of the Hörndlwand (1.684m) has got its characteristic look by a ridged rock formation. The steep track to the summit requires to be sure of step and free from giddiness. The Hochfelln (1.674m) can also be reached by cable car. Nearby the summit cross is the Hochfellnhaus, the highest restaurant of the Chiemgau. The Rauschberg (1.645m) as well can be conquered either by cable car or by foot. From the top you have clear views into the alpine upland. The Watzmannhaus (1.930m) on the top of the Watzmann has been constructed in the year 1888, it is located in the Berchtesgaden national park. The Kehlsteinhaus (1.834m) on the Top of the Obersalzberg is a historical monument. You reach it by foot or by bus.


      It’s long ago that museums have been boring exhibitions of boring themes. Nowadays one can experience technical knowledge in a fascinating way. On a guided tour of the brewery Hofbräuhaus in Traunstein you learn everything about the brewing craft and the tale of the “Bierorakel” ensure an interesting event. The Holzknechtmuseum deals with the world of the lumberjacks. The  Bergbaumuseum Achtal gives historic evidence of centuries-old ore mining in the mountain Teisenberg. Iron is also the theme of the museum Maxhütte in Bergen. 25o million years of evolutionary history presents the Naturkunde und Mammutmuseum in Siegsdorf. In the Salzburger Freilichtmuseum nearby Großgmain the visitors can explore more than 70 original buildings from the last 600 years. The Haus der Natur in Salzburg leads the visitor among other things for example into a fascinating underwater world and on a trip through the human body. In the Berchtesgaden salt mine Salzbergwerk you move down on slides inside the mountain. The Dokumentation Obersalzberg describes the history of the Obersalzberg and the German National Socialism. In the Deutsche Museum in München one can experience natural sciences and engineering on an easy way.

    Swimming LakesSwimming Lakes

    Not only in Inzell itself but also around Inzell there are plenty of lakes and water attractions to be explored. The lake Chiemsee, also called the Bavarian sea, with the world famous castle Herrenchiemsee and the pleasant isle Fraueninsel. The lake Königsee meanders along steep mountain sides like a fjord. E-boats take you to the pilgrimage church St. Bartholomä. A stop at the Echowand (echo wall) is mandatory. The Drei-Seen-Gebiet also called “Little Canada” is a place nearby Rohpolding where the three lakes Lödensee, Mittersee and Weitsee are embedded in a completely undeveloped natural area. The lake Waginger See is one of the warmest lakes of upper Bavaria. The lake Thumsee nearby Bad Reichenhall is one of the most favorite swimming lakes. The waterfall Staubfall nearby Ruhpolding lies on the frontier between Germany and Austria, you can walk behind the roaring waters. In the gorge Aschauer Klamm nearby Oberjettenberg you pass through the rocks. At the waterfalls Weißbachfälle the water falls 12 meters.

    The Fun of SkiingThe Fun of Skiing

    Grown up and little ski bunnies love the variety. You will find plenty of variety not only in Inzell but also in the Chiemgau and the Berchtesgaden districts. The transnational skiing resort Skigebiet Winkelmoos-Steinplatte offers skiing fun on 21 pistes of all difficulties. On the Hochfelln challenging and best prepared pistes are waiting for connoisseurs and freaks. Freeriders as well find here their special kicks. The Almenwelt Lofer is an ideal family skiing site. The Jenner in Berchtesgaden is a downhill skiing meeting point for insiders, nature lovers and sporty individualists. The Ski-Center Götschen in Bischofswiesen mainly attracts with halfpipe, funpark and floodlight in the evening. The T-bar lift at the Unterberg in Ruhpolding is also illuminated in the evening. Small and visible the Wolfsbergskilift in Siegsdorf is a good choice for beginners.