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.
Located in Dornbirn, Karren is a famous landmark in the area. The mountain peak offers a panoramic view of the surrounding areas of the Rhine Valley and the Austrian-Germany border, making for a memorable experience for visitors. It can be accessed easily via a cable car that reaches the top. The ride in the cable car is also an unforgettable experience. At the summit, there is a small restaurant that offers refreshments to the guests.
Aussichtsturm Friedrichshafen, also known as Moleturm, is a big watch tower which offers panoramic views of Lake Constance as well as the city of Friedrichshafen. The best is, the admission is free and its a great place to take amazing pictures and up your social media game.
Reconstructed in 2000, Hornbahn a popular ariel cableway in Bad Hindelang that connects to the mountain station located on the top of Imberger Horn. Managed by the Doppelmayr/Garaventa Group today, the gondola lift is 1423 meters (4668) long. Also, visitors can enjoy activities such as hiking, both during summer and winter seasons and biking during summer.
The waterfalls at Gretenmühle in Rickenbach are definitely a worthwhile destination. Located in the middle of a nature reserve, this is truly a natural spectacle. There are viewing platforms to take in the panoramic sight, while the little ones will be delighted with the playground and an animal enclosure.
Reptilienzoo Scheidegg is home to a wide variety of reptilian species such as Horned Viper, White-Lipped Lance Viper, Greek and Moorish Turtles and Collared Lizard, among many others. Other than these cold-blooded wonders of nature, one can also find plenty of interesting spiders and scorpion varieties in the facility. Crocodiles have also become a part of this unique zoo, adding a layer of fascination to the whole place.
The small, 10 meters (33 feet) high waterfall can be accessed by taking a circular trail around the town. The trail itself is beautiful beyond words, offering spectacular, panoramic views of the valley below, with the waterfalls as the final reward. The parking is at the town hall, and access is only on foot.
Set on the German border, Sulzberg is a quaint little town in the state of Vorarlberg. Hike along the trails that lead to hiking areas like Moore Krumbach, Alberschwende Waterfall and Wandergebiet Bregenzerach. During the cold winter months, tourists can explore the ski arena in Skigebiet Hochlitten and indulge in activities like snowshoe hiking, skiing, snowboarding and sledding. Some of the neighboring towns include Lindengschwend, Simlisgschwend and Hinterberg.
There is no better way to discover the breathtaking Alps than by hiking, driving or mountain biking on its trails. The German Alpine Road (Deutsche Alpenstraße) is one such road that winds through the Bavarian Alps from Lake Constance in Lindau to Lake Königssee in Schönau am Königsee. Traversing a distance of 450 kilometers (279.6 miles), this road takes one on an adventure of discoveries. You pass across shimmering lakes and gurgling rivers flowing through deep valleys, green slopes and snow-capped peaks, richly wooded areas, meadows and farms with strolling cattle, and quaint houses in towns and villages.