Presentation of the two national parks in Bavaria Bavarian Forest National Park Bavarian Forest”in the South East of Germany represents the grooste contiguous forest area in Europe together with the adjacent East umava. In the impressive forests, there are numerous biking and hiking trails, which lead to moorland, mountain streams and glacial lakes. The rather harsh climate causes a’s wildlife characteristic for the region. The naturalized again black stork also owl, Ural owl and Raven includes again to the native bird species. Rough feet, capercaillie and Hazel hens are also interesting to observe.
Continue along the paths through the Park to reach the glass road, on which can be seen in several cabins of glass makers. A glass museum in Frauenau, there is a farmhouse Museum in the glass town Zwiesel. Of course this includes the castle ruins of Weissenstein, a visit to the Bavarian Forest. Experience trails such as the Watlik Grove tours through the jungle areas using pasta hut and Hollbachgespreng,”and Shafts”, former pastures of the Bavarian Forest, felts and a visit to the information centres in Neuschonau and Ludwigsthal make a vacation here relaxing and interesting. Berchtesgaden this high mountain landscape in Bavaria has been largely spared by the intervention of the people. The watzmann mountain which is second highest mountain at 2,713 m Germany belongs to this protected area. The landscape is characterized by rocky regions, debris areas, Alpine mats, too, mountain pine and green Alder.
The famous Konigssee lies between Watzmann, stone sea and the Hagengebirge. Alpine such as ibex, marmot, Hare, and salamander species here in the wild, also the Golden Eagle become rare in Germany, which is however only with good luck to discover. The flora, including, for example, include the Pyrenees Dragon mouth, Hale-man shield and the dwarf alpine rose is as beautiful as versatile. An ice cave can be visited in Marktschellenberg, Berchtesgaden, the walk-in salt mine is a magnet for visitors. Sebastian Quandt