Mountain guide Josef Bernegger from Schönau recommends a hike up to the Brandkopf, Almbach Gorge and a visit to the salt healing caves in Berchtesgaden.
The Berchtesgaden National Park in Bavaria was founded on August 1, 1978 and attracts 1.5 million visitors a year. Its landmark is the 2713 meter high Watzmann mountain, at the foot of which the Königssee sparkles.
According to a local saying, "those loved by God are brought here" - a sentiment easy to understand as the Bavarian Alps near Berchtesgaden are a true nature paradise. See for yourselves!
It's Germany's only Alpine national park. There’s a lot to discover, from the depths of Lake Königssee to the top of the Watzmann.
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