Long on our list, but not easily accessible – Nationalpark Berchetsgaden.
Surrounded by towering mountains on three sides, Lake Konigssee (The King’s Lake) is a German National Park located in the far southeast corner of Bavaria, just outside Salzburg Austria.
Due to the geography of the area, the cities of Berchetsgaden and Konigssee are the must-stay villages, and they command a very steep price for their exclusivity.
Coronavirus helped us out somewhat here, we were able to find lodging right along the river in Berchetsgaden for a less-than-ghastly price.
Riding the ferry across Lake Konigssee is the highlight of any Berchetsgaden trip, and well worth the price of admission. If you have the stamina, the hike up to the Rothbach Waterfall (the highest waterfall in Germany) is also a must-do, but don’t expect solitude with hordes of other hikers along the trail!
Around the Corner
After the War
I’m not sure what this painting of German soldiers in the center square of Berchetsgaden symbolizes, but it’s well done and a reminder that many German soldiers were fighting for their country, not for the Fuhrer.
A Good Sign
All Lit Up
Off the Back