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Hiking close Neuschwanstein Castle

Munich, Germany

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Experience hosted by Daniel

11 hours
Includes food, drinks, equipment
Up to 1 people
Hosted in German, English, Swedish

What you'll do

The day trip begins at Munich Central Station and continues with public transport to Hohenschwangau. There I will take you to Hohenschwangau Castle to the impressive Marienbrücke. There you have the opportunity to enjoy an unforgettable view of Neuschwanstein Castle and to take photos of the gorge and the dream castle. Then the hike continues along a forest path to the Bleckenau mountain hut. Here we stop and enjoy Bavarian specialties far away of to the usual tourist flow. After strengthening, it is the plan to walk on the trail to the footsteps of Ludwig II and also to explore the castle grounds of Neuschwanstein Castle a bit (a visit to the castle is not planned). Finally, we continue our hike to the beautiful and crystal-clear Alpsee and make a short detour to Hohenschwangau Castle (a visit to the castle is not planned). Here you have some time to explore the location of the castle grounds before you return.
Other things to note
This experience focuses on hiking.

We will hike together in close proximity of Neuschwanstein Castle and Hohenschwangau Castle and enjoy nature.

But: A visit inside the two castles is not planned.
The day trip begins at Munich Central Station and continues with public transport to Hohenschwangau. There I will take you to Hohenschwangau Castle to the impressive Marienbrücke. There you have the opportunity to enjoy an unforgettable view of Neuschwanstein Castle and to take photos of the gorge and the dream castle. Then the hike continues along a forest path to the Bleckenau mountain hut. Here we stop and enjoy Bavarian specialties far away o…

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What's included

  • Food
    There is a fresh apple and some chocolate for each participant.
  • Drinks
    For each participant there is 0.5 l of mineral water.
  • Equipment
    During the tour, I keep taking photos of the landscape and the participants...
From $99
/ person
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Meet your host, Daniel

Host on Airbnb since 2019
  • 1 Review
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From an early age I am out in nature as often as I can - independently of the weather.

After working for many years as a management consultant in the corporate headquarters of a German company, I ultimately followed my passion and trained as a mountain and wilderness guide in Sweden. In 2019 I founded my company "outdoorlovers" and offer a wide variety of experiences and adventures here.

As a former competitive athlete (including German master in mountain running), I have a wealth of experience in trail running. In the meantime, however, I also greatly appreciate the mindfulness and thus the conscious experience in nature and stand by my side to help identify plants along the way.

In my experiences, I want to bring my companions closer to nature - playfully.
From an early age I am out in nature as often as I can - independently of the weather.

After working for many years as a management consultant in the corporate headquarters of a German company, I ultimately followed my passion and trained as a mountain and wilderness guide in Sweden. In 2019 I founded my company "outdoorlovers" and offer a wide variety of experiences and adventures here.

As a former competitive athlete (including German master in mountain running), I have a…
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Where you'll be

The group travels together from Munich Hbf to Hohenschwangau. The hike leads to Marienbrücke, the mountain hut Bleckenau, Neuschwanstein Castle, Hohenschwangau Castle and finally to the Alpsee. With a lot of wonderful impressions, we head back to the starting point of our trip.
Sightseeing tours inside the castles Neuschwanstein Castle and Hohenschwangau Castle are not planned.

1 review

Ron
February 2020
Daniel is a one of a kind host! In all of my many tours over the years, he is the best host I have ever had. He communicated quickly, answered questions and provided great directions. Once we met for the tour he was genuine and kind. He made sure that he was prepared for every need that may arise, to include coins when needed that came up unexpected. He is an expert in outdoor knowledge. We talked about pace right away and I was told “this isn’t a race, today is about you and making sure you have a great experience.” He knew about landscape, vegetation, the different types of snow and why they react differently when layered. I highly recommend this tour. You will likely leave with a bunch of new knowledge and possibly a new friend like I did!
Daniel is a one of a kind host! In all of my many tours over the years, he is the best host I have ever had. He communicated quickly, answered questions and provided great directi…

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Things to know

Cancellation policy

Any experience can be canceled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase, or at least 7 days before the experience starts.

Guest requirements

Up to 1 guest ages 10 and up can attend.

What to bring

Take a rain jacket and, if you have it, a pair of rain pants (the weather can change quickly in the mountains).

Put on comfortable and grippy shoes.