Path of Slowing Down (135 km)
Tour and route information
- Starting place: 4160 Aigen-Schlägl
- Starting point: The starting point depends on the respectively chosen section!
- Destination: 4160 Aigen-Schlägl
- Path number: Gelbe Schilder mit Böhmerwald-Rundweg-Symbol
- Hiking trail
Most economical season:
Immersing yourself in the peaceful, powerful landscapes to find relaxation for body and soul - people long for such recreation nowadays in particular. The Bohemian Forest Loop Hiking Path will lead you via various routes, which can be hiked in three to seven daily sections, to very special powerful places in the holiday region of the Bohemian Forest: Paths through peaceful natural landscapes, far away from the masses, will take you to unique rock formations and through pristine forests. There is also enough time to explore the most beautiful spots and mystical places of power in the region and to thoroughly enjoy the many special moments. They are paths where the peacefulness is like a salve for the body and the power of the landscape flows into the soul and strengthens it. Enjoy relaxing days in the holiday region of the Bohemian Forest in the border triangle of Austria, Germany and the Czech Republic.
You can choose from amongst the following offers:
- 1. Etappe: Aigen-Schlägl - Haslach 23 km
- 2. Etappe: Haslach - Rohrbach-Berg 20 km
- 3. Etappe: Rohrbach-Berg - Peilstein 14 km
- 4. Etappe: Peilstein - Niederkraml 17 km
- 5. Etappe: Niederkraml-Oberschwarzenberg 21 km
- 6. Etappe: Oberschwarzenberg-Schöneben 19 km
- 7. Etappe: Schöneben - Aigen-Schlägl 13 km
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Tour - Details
Details - hiking
- themed path
Accessibility / arrival
West Motorway - Linz - B 127
Via Munich - Landshut - A92 - Deggendorf - Passau A3 - Exit
Nord via Wegscheid
Via Nuremberg - Regensburg A3 - Passau - Exit Nord via Wegscheid
Travelling by public transport
Route planner for independent travellers
General price information:
7 nights per person:
from EUR 347.00 incl.
from EUR 464.00 incl. half board
Luggage transfer and packed lunch included.
- Suitable for groups
- Suitable for seniors
- Suitable for single travelers
- Suitable for friends
- Suitable for couples
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Along the trail
The jewel in Upper Austria .... Since 1218, members of the Premonstratensian Order have been living and working here at the foot of the Bohemian Forest. It was founded by St. Norbert of Xanten in...
The Schwarzenberg canal - the Bohemian Forest makes history. The deep forests of the Bohemian Forest hold a secret wonder of the world - the Schwarzenberg Canal. For a long time he spent a life in...
This is what the Freizeitzentrum Kranzling offers: Natural swimming pool at the Grühl Mühl with large lawn, camping up to 9 people, tennis, beach volleyball, bocce, running track, floor lifts,...
Beautiful natural bath in the Steinernen Mühl; Playground, barbecue and Kneipp station.
On the altar there is a pietà from the 18. century. Right behind the hidden chapel there is the so called Augenbründl.
The Kühstein near Oberpeilstein was probably a pagan sacrificial site in pre-Christian times (also Kürstein, küren = select, Kiriche = meeting place). Enjoy the fantastic view from the plateau!....
Adalbert Stifter's Hochwald is clearly visible from this wonderfully quiet place! A power and energy place on the way of deceleration!
Pilgrims from all the ways come to our in 1880 establisched chapel. The Chapel is situated at the tourist trail- Weg der Entschleunigung.
Largest organic herbal garden in Austria.. Herb Paradise in the Bohemian Forest ... Right next to the parish church is this beautiful complex with about 1000 different medicinal plants, on an area...
Walk to the Devil's Bowl - lookout peaks in the Bohemian Forest with views over the Bohemian Forest, accessible via the Dreiländerweg.. Walk to the Devil's bowl on the Dreiländerweg in about 3/4...
Impressive stone dumps as a place to stay. If you cross the Steinerne Meer, you are involuntarily worried about how well this bizarre rock world may have originated. The Mühlviertel consists...
At an altitude of 1378 meters, the peak is the highest mountain in the Austrian part of the Bohemian Forest, on the other hand it is the highest peak in the entire Mühlviertel and in South...
Lookout rocks with great views!. From the Stingelfelsen - in the municipality of Klaffer - you can enjoy a wonderful view of the Mühltal and on clear days even into the mountains. You reach the...
Impressive rock formations.... ...pile up high on Dreisesselberg, Bärnstein or Hochbuchetfelsen. This is the result of so called onionskin weathering. 300 million years ago the Bohemian Massif...
From the documents of the Schlägl Abbey it is reported that between 1762 and 1775 large pilgrimages took place at the Hochbuchet. Take a seat on the relaxation lounger and enjoy the view up to the...
Granite castle with a beautiful view of the dark green ribbon of the Bohemian Forest. It is reported that love lovers have been meeting here for eternal times.
The spring is piped into a wooden well (hollow tree trunk) and flows underground into a clear, small pond just in front of it. The source was redrafted in 1971. Due to construction work at the...
Length: 135 km
Metres of altitude: 4330m