Active holiday or time out in the countryside? The Bavarian Forest can do both. On the Treetop Walk, you’ll experience nature at its peak – and boundless views of the seemingly endless expanses of the forest, the Bavarian Forest mountains and the northern Alpine ridge on the horizon.
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Visit the lynx, bear and other rare birds in their happy place: the 200-hectare wildlife area in the National Park is located directly by the entrance tower to the Treetop Walk. Here you can get up close and personal with around 40 native mammal and bird species, some of which are endangered.
Much more than a museum: indoor climbing monkeys can climb the Lusen in the Hans-Eisenmann-Haus. A cinema and an exhibition reveal the secrets of the national park. And the visitor centre also provides many other excursion tips in the vicinity.
Race down the summer toboggan run in the bear bob or go for a hike with an alpaca: The Treetop Walk is not the only excursion option with the right amount of fun and adventure for your family holiday.
Did you know that most glass trophies on television come from the Bavarian Forest? Whether it’s the Ski World Cup ball, the glass goblet that Arnold Schwarzenegger presents to bodybuilders at the “Arnold Sports Festival” or the women’s sculpture at the Womens World Award: what the stars hold up to the camera comes from Bodenmais! Glass is craft, art and passion and stands for the Bavarian Forest like nothing else.