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.
Zugspitze is the highest mountain range in Germany and a famous ski resort. The mountain stands at an impressive 2,962 meters (9717 feet) above sea level. The area has a variety of activities and attractions to offer both skiers and non-skiers. While the ski enthusiasts might take to the snow-covered slopes of the white mountain, for the non-skiers, there is a tranquil igloo village and Germany's highest church to visit. Cable cars run up and down the mountain, making the peak accessible to skiers and non-skiers alike.
Wank Mountain, is a famous hiking destination during Summer as well as a popular sledding point during the winter. Take a hike up the scenic trail and admire the surrounding regions or you can also take a ride on the Wankbahn, a rope-way for traversing the natural wonder. At the summit, there is an observation tower as well as a restaurant.
The glorious azure lake of Forggensee is located a little North of the city center of Füssen. The lakeshore stretches to 12 kilometers (7.5 miles) in length and 3 kilometers (1.9 miles) in breadth and offers some of the best views Bavaria. One of the largest lakes in the state, Lake Forggensee is a thriving tourist attraction which also offers water sports and activities such as boating and cruises, while the terrestrial periphery of the lake is often used for activities such as hiking and biking.
Area 47 Tirol is one of Europe’s biggest outdoor adventure parks. You can indulge in a host of activities ranging from white water river rafting and kayaking to parasailing and canyoning through gorges. Other activities also include hiking, a high ropes, buggy rides and a jungle gym. If you get hungry you can munch on delicacies at their lakeside restaurant, dig into Argentinean barbecued meats or sip craft cocktails at their on site bar or retreat to one of the accommodation options. If you love to indulge in high adrenaline activities, Area 47- Tirol won’t disappoint. Note that the timings are subject to change, so calling ahead before trying out this place is advisable.
Surrounded by verdant shrubbery and a sparkling surface that shines even on the most dullest of days, the Alatsee is one of the biggest highlights of the region. Rumored to hold 'Hitler's Gold', the lake is infamous for several eerie legends, and its folklore makes it even more attractive to adventurous visitors.
Weißensee is a Bavarian lake, located in Füssen. Covering a length of 2.31 kilometers (1.43 miles), the lake offers beautiful panoramas of the Algau region. Surrounded by interesting historic sights such as the church of Weißensee and the attached cemetery which is more than 8 centuries old, the place also has memorable canoe rides available, that give a glimpse of the gorgeous natural bounty and architectural gems in the area, thus, making Weißensee one of the most beautiful attractions in Füssen.
Schwalteneriher lake was used by the Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian I for the purpose of hunting waterfowl and fishing farming. It lies at the foothills of the Alps, in Ostallgau. After the defeat of his family in the Thirty Years’ War, the reservoir’s possession changed hands often, and it continued to remain a private property. Located between the Seeg and Ruchholz towns, the lake has two islands that visitors can row to, and its activities include swimming and beach volleyball. There are also a few fishing spots for those who want to try their luck with the rod. Moreover, restaurants right at the lake's edge provides refreshing food and drink for tourists who are peckish after a great swim.