Residence Sonnleiten - our most popular destinations near and far...
Sightseeing at its best! As a guest at our cosy vacation rental, we gladly give you authentic and individual tips for impressive mountain hikes, marvellous excursions and popular places worth while visiting in our surroundings.
Explore the mountain world of Tyrol's Zugspitz Arena, walk over the "highline 179", the longest suspension bridge in the world, and discover the wild river landscape of the Nature Park Lech Valley.
A trip to Innsbruck to see the Golden Roof and Innsbruck's Alpine Zoo is just as rewarding as a visit to the Swarovski Crystal World.
The Bavarian cities of Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Fussen are only a few kilometers away just like the royal castles of King Ludwig II, among them the world-famous Neuschwanstein Castle!
Tyrol's Zugspitz Arena
Tyrol's Zugspitz Arena is a classical mountaineering region and, of course, mountains play the main role here. In summer as well as in winter there is a wide range of all kinds of outdoor activities, to be practiced not only at the Zugspitze! The most beautiful summit destinations and hikes to crystal clear mountain lakes are right on our doorstep!We look forward to provide our guests with authentic and individually tailored tips. A collection of impressive hiking tours can be found on our internet portal Bergschreiber.com
highline 179 - the longest suspension bridge in the world
At a dizzying height of 114 meters, the "highline 179" connects the Ehrenberg castle ruins with Fort Claudia high above the Fernpass road B 179. The suspension bridge has a maximum load of 1.000 people.
With a total length of 406 meters the highline 179 is the longest pedestrian suspension bridge "Tibet style" in the world.
The pictures show the highline 179 suspension bridge on 22 November 2014, the very day of the official opening to the public, with the Ehrenberg castle ruins and the Tannheim mountain range. ... read more
Nature Park Tyrolean Lech - Alpine pasture village Fallerschein
A beautiful scenic road leads from Berwang in Tyrol's Zugspitz Arena to one of Europe's last intact wild river landscapes, the Nature Park Tyrolean Lech.
As a part of the Lech Trail, the dizzying Holzgauer suspension bridge is the longest and highest pedestrian suspension bridge in Austria.
On the way to the Tyrolean Lech Valley you find, well hidden in a branch valley, the alpine pasture village of Fallerschein, with 40 log cabins Austria's biggest and highest alpine pasture village.
Innsbruck Golden Roof - Swarovski Crystal World
Innsbruck, capital city of Tyrol, mountaineering metropolis and the secret capital of the Alps is a true treasure. The historic centre is filled with attractions such as the Golden Roof, Ambras Castle, the Hofburg and the ski jump on the Bergisel. Not to forget the famous Alpine Zoo of Innsbruck.
Not far from Innsbruck, the Swarovski Crystal World in Wattens casts a sparkling spell of its own on 700.000 visitors each year.
Trip to Bavaria: Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Füssen
Close to the border between Tyrol and Bavaria, Garmisch-Partenkirchen and Füssen invite you to take a leisurely stroll in Bavaria.
Have a look at the paintings on the historic house facades, the so-called "Lüftlmalerei" in Garmisch-Partenkirchen and discover Füssen's medieval city with old city walls and the High Castle.
Royal Castles Hohenschwangau, Linderhof und Neuschwanstein
Known all over the world and only 30 kilometers away, you find the famous royal castles of King Ludwig II: Hohenschwangau, Linderhof and Neuschwanstein Castle.
The royal castles are a very popular magnet for tourists, we, therefore, recommend visiting them during the off season. Absolutely amazing and unforgettable is the view from the Marienbrücke, Mary's Bridge, to Neuschwanstein Castle - definitely a "million dollar view".
Lovers of nature and culture will never get bored here - we promise!
Google maps - surroundings of Berwang
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