Walking Holidays to Germany
From the romance of walking in Rhineland, the magnificence of the Bavarian Alps and the hidden delights of Saxon Switzerland, Germany is a great and varied destination for a walking holiday.
To plan your 2016/2017 Germany walking trip, contact a specialist trekking consultant today.
Further below on this page, you can click through to specific self-guided walking holiday itineraries in Germany for 2016/2017.
From the romance of walking in Rhineland, following the course of the River Rhine through beautiful countryside, to the magnificence of the Bavarian Alps and the hidden delights of Saxon Switzerland, Germany is a great and varied destination for a walking holiday. Discover fortresses and castles, walk through stunning Alpine scenery in the trails of King Ludwig and visit charming cities and rural wine cellars.
"A scenic and well-marked hike following the majestic Rhine allowing for stunning views of towering castles and forests above picturesque towns. And nothing better than a beer or glass of Riesling to cap a rewarding day's effort!" Stephen North, Along the Rhine
Walks here range from lower level valley walks to higher walks in the mountains that follow waymarked trails. They can vary from rocky trails to forest trails, with mostly good conditions underfoot. Ascent and descent are natural features but are rarely sustained. Accommodation includes 3* hotels with en-suite facilities and small inns, or add a touch of luxury to your walking holiday and upgrade to delightful 4* hotels on our In Style trip.
The best time of year to visit Germany is from March to November. The Alps should be visited from July to September for leisurely hikes on the many mountain trails. Summer is usually quite warm with frequent dry periods, although rain and thunderstorms can occur at any time.
Grades Explained- Easy
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