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We visited on a perfect, sunny, cool day in August. We hiked to the top which was just challenging enough without being too much. Amazing ruins to explore and spend time. Breathtaking views from the top that make the hike so worth it. My children...More
Two option when accessing to the parking, climbing free of charge up to the ruins of the castle. The slope is pretty steep and good shoes and physical conditions are needed. The view is very nice. Additional option is to pay around 10€ to walk...More
This is the best castle we've visited in Europe... simply because it was hands-on. We visited with kids aged 4 and 7 years and they haven't stopped talking about this experience. We've seen similar items in other museums but this is the first time we...More
This was a day trip for our family from St. Anton. 1.5 scenic drive (fabulous!) Hit a ton of traffic approaching Ehrenberg Castle but most of the traffic was continuing on to the main highway. Parking was easy - be sure to use the self...More
We loved this. I had no idea this was at the top of the trail to the highline and this was my highlight. We had just gone to Neuschwanstein and boy I was not into that experience. THIS, though, WAS SO COOL> Very old ruins....More
The parking attendant is helpful in ushering cars to empty spaces. For a 4 Euro parking fee, you can hike up to the fortifications. The museum and highline are separate fee attractions. The hike up is a wide gravel trail with switchbacks. The beautiful trail...More
This is a must for anyone who visits the Füssen,Reutte area.The longest "Tibet style" pedestrian bridge in the world.Been on it a few times and the thrill is fantastic.Most people cling on for dear life as they travel across it trying to steady themselves as...More
Spent a great morning hiking up to Ehrenberg castle and across the Highline 179. We have three young children (7, 5, and 3). They all handled it well. We ended up carrying our 3 year old up parts of the hike. They say it’s about...More
My son is a huge fan of medieval history so this was a must detour on our trip through Bavaria. The hike is not for the out of shape but once at the top the castle is amazing. You're allowed to explore the entire thing...More
The castle is historical place which is located on the top of the mountain, beside the 179 bridge, free entry, amazing view, you need to walk the way up on feet, you can cross the bridge to the other side and have an amazing view
We were told it would take about 20 minutes. It ended up taking us 18 minutes and is about a half mile. It is somewhat strenuous, but the path is wide and you can take breaks as needed. We did the hike with our three young... More
We were told it would take about 20 minutes. It ended up taking us 18 minutes and is about a half mile. It is somewhat strenuous, but the path is wide and you can take breaks as needed. We did the hike with our three young children (7, 5, and 3). We ended up carrying our daughter (3) up part of the hike.
Late to the party here but it was a little overcast when we went up (October 2015). I would say that maybe the bridge would become more of a challenge as it is metal and slips are more likely. However there is no running or... More
Late to the party here but it was a little overcast when we went up (October 2015). I would say that maybe the bridge would become more of a challenge as it is metal and slips are more likely. However there is no running or jumping on the bridge so I would say as long as you are walking at a "leisurely" pace you would be fine.
I think it comes down to personal comfort in hiking in the rain. The actual path is quite covered by trees until you actually break through to the ruins.