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Your outdoor active Holiday

Conquer the vastness of Germany

In Germanys most untouched regions, embedded into impressive mountain ranges, forests and parks – all our hotels are the perfect starting point for your outdoor active trip. The longest hiking trail of Germany – the “Rennsteig”, also known as the Way of St. James of Germany, is about 170km long and worth a visit. Embedded into the scenery of the Chiemgau Alps, the mountains Kampenwand and Geigelstein await to be conquered. Even the Bavarian Forest is calling with its famous mountain the ‘Großer Arber’ which is about 1455,5 m high. The Große Arber is the highest mountain of Lower Bavaria and the Bavarian Forest. Explore the world of Castlewood Hotels and Resorts and visit Germanys most enchanting sceneries.

Hotel Kammweg

Neustadt am Rennsteig

The Hotel Kammweg right by the famous ‘Rennsteig’ is the ideal starting point for hikers, nature-lovers and outdoor active friends in the Thuringian Forest. The ‘Rennsteig’ is about 170km long and known to be a historical border path in the Thuringian Forest and the Franconian Forest. Moreover, it is the oldest and with over 100.000 visitors per year the most famous hiking trail of Germany. There is many tips for hiking, regions, info about your winter holiday as well as about the history of the Rennsteig. Cities like the beautiful Ilmenau, Erfurt and Weimar aren’t far.

Landgasthof Karner

Frasdorf at Lake Chiemsee

The Chiemgau offers the best conditions for an active and varied nature holiday all year round. The Landgasthof Karner is located between Chiemsee and the Chiemgau Alps and offers a great starting point. Numerous golf courses in the surrounding area and around Munich invite you to challenging golf rounds, famous citires liek Munich and Salzburg are close by and the impressive nature and beauty of the Chiemgau offers fantastic hiking routes. Whether in summer between the alpine pastures or in winter while snowshoeing. Whether on foot or by bicycle – even the famous “Bayerische Meer” – the lake Chiemsee – is never too far.

Schlosshotel Althörnitz

Zittauer Gebirge

Whether going to the world-wild famous Bad Muskau Park, the historic old town of Görlitz/Zgorzelec, or the Zittauer Mountains Nature Park with rustic villages and old cities – there are simply no limits to the amazement in the region. Hikers will get their money’s worth, with 300 km of trails in one of the most charming landscapes in Germany. A unique experience not to be missed is the cross-border hike in the Lusatian Mountains on the Czech side. Nature lovers can have a tour to the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve of Oberlausitzer Heide- und Teichlandschaft at the southernmost foothills of the North German’s lowlands. Also, experience Zittau as a starting point for the Oder-Neisse cycle path – 465 km to the Baltic Sea is another challenge for the experienced cyclists.

Hotel Schwarzwald

In Freudenstadt

Explore Germanys largest low mountain range. More than half of its area consists of a giant nature park with a diveristy of scenery like no other, waiting to be explored. It’s close proximity to Switzerland and France creates the special flari of the Black Forest. It is known for its dense, evergreen forests and picturesque villages. Over 350 kilometer of trails are waiting to be conquered. Here you can find the perfect walk for everyone – wheather it`s a calm walk with the family or an adventurous hike with friends. Explore the dreamy lake “Murmelsee” , the wild “Hohlohenseemoor” or enjoy the typical Black Forest scenery by walking on different hiking paths around Kniebis.

Hotel Ahornhof

Bayerischer Wald

The Ahornhof is located directly on the edge of the forest on a hill in the national park community of Lindberg in the Regen district. Thanks to the unique nature and the diverse leisure opportunities, Lindberg is a popular holiday destination in both summer and winter. The Bavarian Forest is especially known for its most famous mountain the ‘Großer Arber’ as well as the lake ‘Arbersee’. The hiking regions Arber and Falkenstein are right outside the door. Also, the Bohemian Sumava National Park is not too far. Whether you explore the huge network of hiking trails to the Großer Falkenstein, plan a tennis match or play on the surrounding golf courses – you are guaranteed not to get bored.

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Chiemgau Alps

On the foot of the mountain ‘Geigelstein’, embedded into the picturesque scenery of the Chiemgau Alps you will find the mountain hiking village Schleching. Right by the border to Tyrol and not far from cities like Kitzbühel, Salzburg and Munich, you can experience the beauty of the Alps. The country inn is located right in the middle of the village and it only takes about 10minutes to get to the mountain railway. (Kampenwand-Bahn) Whether you choose to hike to the famous ‘Priener Hütte’, go for a mountainbike tour through the Alps or if you go snowboarding on surrounding slopes – we are the perfect starting point.

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