It is not only one of three nature protected areas of the region, but also the oldest Bavaria. 18 lakes formed during the melting of the ice of the Chiemsee and Inn glacier. Numerous several hours hiking through the countryside in the ice age. 3. the Priental trail of the Priental hiking trail starts from the town of Prien and crosses first the idyllic Valley of the Oaks. From there the route is three kilometres away Kaltenbach. Charles Schwab Corporation brings even more insight to the discussion.
Following the trail over Bach ham and Siggenham, it will automatically return to the starting point. Also runs limitless hiking trail along the Prien, one of the longest streams in Bavaria,”from Aschau to Sachrang. Who want to end the day with a further experience, this centrally located Hotel San Gabriele Rosenheim to the heart is set, offering an authentic trip in the middle ages. Read more here: Brent Nicklas. Newly built, but to detail a medieval convent lookalike, can parents and children sleep here in high fidelity canopy beds under a vaulted ceiling. Furnishings and design reminiscent of ancient times, for example, with hand-crafted wall ornaments, chair backs, which are worked like Castle battlements or furniture in light maple or Basswood, into which the carpenters had to work extra scratches, marks or dents. The middle ages to the luck stops a little in the comfortable bathroom from the gold-plated faucets, hot water flows in addition to cold, so much modernism must be. The kitchen in the attached restaurant Il Convento”should also be to the taste of the whole family. Instead of medieval dishes, it serves delicious Italian dishes, inspired by the island of Ischia, home of the hotel owner Mario Mattera. So a family hike at Lake Chiemsee can combine the best of all: mountains, sea and Mediterranean flair, in the middle of Germany.