Rising to a height of 2,224 meters (7,297 feet), Nebelhorn got its name from Nebelhorn Classics, which is a race event and also the Nebelhorn Trophy figure skating competition. a popular hiking destination, the important thing to remember about climbing this place is that it must be attempted with a 'Klettersteig set' i.e. special equipment. The biggest feature here is that from here spectacular views of Alpine Massif can be enjoyed.
A ravine steeped in history, Rappenlochschlucht is one of the larges gorges in the continent. A walk through Rappenlochschlucht provides the perfect opportunity to take in the beautiful surroundings dotted with waterfalls, rocky hills, waterfalls, as well as, flora and fauna. This gorge connects Dornbirn with the village of Ebnit.
The Alpsee is situated in the quaint Bavarian mountainside, near the Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau castles. This beautiful lake has a maximum depth of 62 meters (203.4 feet) and a short shoreline of 5 kilometers (3.1 miles). It has become popular with tourists for its scenic Alpine and castle views, serene atmosphere, and pristine waters. The lake is an ideal spot for watching birds like wild swans floating calmly in the cold waters. Alpsee is also an idyllic lake to enjoy boating, and the surrounding area features exquisite trails that are waiting to be explored.
El Castillo de Neuschwanstein es el más famoso de toda Alemania y es famoso por haber sido el modelo que utilizó Walt Disney para el castillo de la Bella Durmiente. Iniciado por el rey Ludwig en 1869, les llevó a los más de cientos de artesanos de todo el mundo más de 16 años, y solo se pudo construir un tercio del total. Neuschwanstein se alza sobre el valle de Hohenschwangau. Desde afuera se ve una fabulosa obra de arquitectura medieval, una verdadera pieza de los cuentos de fantasía; pero el interior es una mezcla de estilos bizantino, romano y gótico, que se deja entrever en los espectaculares tallados y murales. Recorran el castillo y luego contémplenlo del Puente de María para observar todo su esplendor.
The highest elevated castle in the country, Falkenstein Castle and its ruins are located at a height of 1277 meters (4190 feet) in the Bavarian Alps. Built during the 13th Century and destroyed by the 17th Century, the castle was then purchased by King Ludwig II In 1883. He set into motion an elaborate plan to rebuild the castle under the guidance of the architect Christian Jank but the project fell through upon the King's death three years later. Today, the castle ruins make for an exhilarating hiking excursion, with a museum featuring informative and interesting exhibits located in the vicinity.
Surrounded by tall coniferous trees and an ethereal, natural landscape, Villa Trier looks like an ideal holiday resort than anything else. However, within this scenic building lies the local history museum, where one can learn about the intriguing past of this beautiful town. The villa also offers delicious local fare where visitors can relax and savor the culinary delights.
Este interesante museo muestra lo dura que era la vida rural en la Edad Media.
Audi Arena Oberstdorf is a state-of-the-art skiing arena in the heart of Oberstdorf. Counted as one of the finest skiing stadiums in the world, it is situated on Oberstdorf's eastern outskirts and surrounded by the snow-clad Allgäu Alps. The arena features a standing ski hill, Hs137 Large Hill Ski Jump, a grandstand, and three small plastic ski hills. A gondola takes skiers to the top of the ski jumping tower and the funicular ride proffers some spectacular views of the snow-draped peaks. Serving as the home turf of the city's local ski club, it hosts the annual Eröffnungsspringen der Vierschanzentournee in December. Even during summers, the ski facility plays host to several events, like FIS Sommer Grand Prix and open-air plays. The arena can also be rented for private events like conferences, meetings, and weddings.
Las cataratas de la garganta de Breitach (entre Oberstdorf y Tiefenbach) son una auténtica aventura.
Rodeado por las montañas Griesgundkopf, Fellhorn, Söllerkopf y Schmalhorn, el romántico valle salvaje se extiende por Allgäu y es muy conocido por su extraordinario paisaje. El brillante color azul del arroyo de la montaña contrasta con el gris de la llanura de grava y el verde de los abetos que lo rodean y ofrece un escenario impresionante a los senderistas. La pista de saltos de esquí Heini-Klopfer-Skiflugschanze también es un destino muy popular.