Explore the most popular kid friendly trails in Germany with hand-curated trail maps and driving directions as well as detailed reviews and photos from hikers, campers and nature lovers like you.

hiking
1 month ago

Very STEEP HIKE! There are no flat resting sections on this hike at all. My family hiked this together. We hiked across the Grand Canyon last year so we are not faint of heart. Even my husband was surprised by the moderate label, especially the last rock climbing section. I am sure the views were amazing, but I did not attempt to get to the very top. We all hiked over to the Laber to enjoy the restaurant. Then my daughters and I took the gondola down to Oberammergau, while my husband and sons hiked back down to Ettal for the car.

Easy to get to, very quiet place, easy hike. Some rocks are very slippery though! Waterfall is beautiful the trail is very well marked and you can't get lost!

hiking
2 months ago

What an amazing trail,, tons of water running and great views from tight canyons!! Only a 2.1 mile one way 4.2 round trip. Start in Germany and end up in Austria at the top. I would say is a moderate to easy trail. Breaitachklam trail A must is a must do if in the area.

very scenic, the old tower against the new tower architecture is outstanding.

walking
11 months ago

Kircheim
out

Nice place

Saturday, June 15, 2013

This is a great hike, but it's not a moderate one unless 700m of elevation change and a rather steep 15 min via ferrata climb at the end is moderate for you. Children must be experienced to enjoyably make this trek and a safety harness is probably a must for most children. The 360 view, though, is worth the 4+ hours roundtrip to complete this climb.

Saturday, May 11, 2013

As I was going to Berlin I wanted to find a walking tour guide and discovered Everytrail. The Walking Tour of Historic Mitte looked good so I downloaded it to my iphone. In Berlin, I found the guide invaluable. Having it pre downloaded to my phone meant that whilst on the walk I didn't need an internet connection, thereby saving the data costs. The tour was great and provided useful information about each point of interest. Also, with having each point of interest plotted on a map with my current location also shown, it was easy to find the various places. The distance to each of the POI's from current location is also shown. Chris obviously researched the places of interest before compiling the tour. The detail and the photos provided were very good. Thanks Chris. We had a great time in Berlin.

Hello! We skipped all of the galleries, but loved the graffiti courtyards and other small places we would never have otherwise found. Thanks!

Friday, October 12, 2007

This is a really cool area in Berlin, and you'd be crazy to miss it. During the day you can see some of the remnants of the wall and explore all of the different cultural buildings (museums, opera houses, philharmonic) nearby, and at night this place is buzzing (especially the Sony Center). If you like people watching, go to the Sony Center.

They also have a spectacular Christmas market (as do many places in Berlin), complete with a snow hill to tube down and an ice rink (don't drink too much Gluhwein before attempting these).

I studied in Berlin for 3 months and Hackescher Markt was one of the first places I went (and one of the places I visited the most). This area is so much fun to explore, I just wish that I knew about all of the hidden gems a few years ago. I guess I have to go back now...

Saturday, September 22, 2007

I lived in Berlin for 3 months at the end of 2007 while studying abroad and I loved every second of it. Berlin is such an amazing city and I plan to go back some day to spend even more time there.

The differences between the East and West are so apparent as you walk around downtown and as you move from the Reichstag towards Alexanderplatz. This tour takes you to all of the major highlights, but there are definitely lots of hidden secrets as well.

Here are some of my favorites, if you don't have much time:
- Brandenburger Tor (Brandenburg Gate)
- Reichstag
- Memorial to the Murdered Jews
- Unter den Linden
- Hackescher Markt
- Berliner Dom
- Alexanderplatz

It will take you a lot of time to truly see all that Berlin has to offer, but this will get you off to a good start.

trail running
6 months ago

hiking
8 months ago

on Mitte Walking Tour

walking
9 months ago

hiking
11 months ago

hiking
Sunday, March 03, 2013