Hotels near Baumwipfelpfad (110 results)
The top attraction of the Bavarian Forest is the Baumwipfelpfad with a unique observation tower in Neuschönau. Walking through the forest in 8 to 25m height and having an unforgettable experience - this landmark makes it possible.
The Baumwipfelpfad in the Bavarian Forest is the world's longest and therefore a truly unique feature. The footbridge, which is 1300 meters long, ends on the platform of a unique observation tower at a height of 44 meters and offers a boundless and outstanding view: in the northeast - you can see the summit of the Lusen and in the south - the cultural landscape of the Bavarian Forest. For the travelers who have the spirit of adventure, there are experience stations with rope and wobble bridges, trapezes and balancing beams available. Not only for children, but also for the adults, information sources, which inform you about the forest and its inhabitants, are provided at 7 stations along the path. Facts about different life forms of the forest are presented and clearly explained there. That gives you an opportunity to get to know about all secrets of the wildlife. The end point of the Baumwipfelpfad is the Hans-Eisenmann House with its information center.
Would you like to spend unique and unforgettable winter holidays? It is possible on this treetop path. Here you have the opportunity to admire fascinating ice carving art and hear some magical fairy tales, that are told by forest guides The Baumwipfelpfad invites you to enjoy delicious specialties such as goulash soup, grilled specialties as well as burnt punches, mulled wine and children punches.
Dogs are not allowed on the Baumwipfelpfad. Dogs boxes are available near the entrance.
• Tickets can be purchased up to 1 hour before the path closes.
• The path is mostly closed during thunderstorms, hail, storm and ice.
• Children under 14 years can only be accompanied by adults on the path.
• Credit card payment is not possible. (Payment by debit card is possible)
• Foreign language group tours are available in Czech, English, French and Russian.
Suitable for every group:
• Passable with pushchairs
• Suitable for wheelchair users
• Completely risk-free walk
• Convenient walking for seniors
|Reduced entrance with ID : disabled, pupils over 15 years old, students, pensioners||8,50 Euro|
|Children under the age of 6||free entrance|
|Children from 6 to 14 years old||7,50 Euro|
|Family Ticket ( 2 adults with their own children from 6 to 14 years old)||22,50 Euro|
Prices for groups from 15 persons
|Adult group||8,50 Euro|
|Children’s group from 6 to 14 years old/School class||7,00 Euro|
Annual tickets Baumwipfelpfad
|Reduced entrance with ID : disabled, pupils over 15 years old, students, pensioners||30,00 Euro|
|Children from 6 to 14 years old||25,00 Euro|
|Family Ticket ( 2 adults with their own children from 6 to 14 years old)||75,00 Euro|
|January until March||09.30 until 16.00 daily|
|April||9.30 until 18.00 daily|
|May until September||9.30 until 19.00 daily|
|October||9.30 until 18.00 daily|
|November until December||9.30 until 16.00 daily|
*19.11.2018 until 30.11.2018 and 24.12.2018 closed
• If you go by car, you can reach the Baumwipfelpfad via the A3 and A92 motorways
• If you use public transport, you can easily reach the Baumwipfelpfad using the RBO Igelbus tickets.