The Bavarian Forest Natural Park is naturally beautiful, in the truest sense. In as early as 1970, it formed the largest forest conservation area in central Europe, together with the neighbouring Bohemian Forest at a total of 900 km2.
The National Park is home to an incomparable diversity of plants and animals. The lynx, beaver, otter, cormorant, kingfisher or capercaillie are just as at home here as the rare medicinal plants and flowers.
You can discover these natural riches in diverse ways too: on foot on a total of 320 km of signposted walking trails, from the informative learning route to the contemplative pilgrim march.