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Burgenwelten Ehrenberg

Klause 1, Reutte 6600, Austria
+43 5672 62007
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Somewhat steep hike with switchbacks

The parking attendant is helpful in ushering cars to empty spaces. For a 4 Euro parking fee, you... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Jenny H
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Regensburg, Germany
I just love walking over this bridge with no hands holding the side!

This is a must for anyone who visits the Füssen,Reutte area.The longest "Tibet style" pedestrian... read more

Reviewed 6 April 2018
Pat R
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Fussen, Germany
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“castle ruins” (26 reviews)
“main castle” (2 reviews)
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Klause 1, Reutte 6600, Austria
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Reviewed 2 days ago

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

Thank Jenny H
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Reviewed 6 April 2018

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

1  Thank Pat R
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Reviewed 4 April 2018 via mobile

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

1  Thank RML1672
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Reviewed 2 April 2018

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

Thank swgreene
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Reviewed 13 January 2018 via mobile

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

Thank OZG80
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Reviewed 10 October 2017

You have to be somewhat fit to do this one, but saw locals in their 70's hiking it while smoking a ciggy. Gotta appreciate the fitness level of the Europeans. It's fun to imagine the ruins being an actual fortress, and the views are spectacular....More

Thank squimnshout
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Reviewed 20 August 2017 via mobile

Very nice activity and excellent documentation to explain the history even to young kids 7,5 years. We will come back.

Thank Manuel F
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Reviewed 2 August 2017

You need to be ready to walk up the hill, but the view and the castle will pay you the effort. There are some other attraction near by: Claudia ruins and the bridge Highline 179

Thank Tibi M
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Reviewed 19 July 2017

A 15-30 minute walk up the hill (steep at points) will reward visitors with amazing views of dramatic Alpine valleys and mountains. Gliders will circle overhead. Medieval fortress ruins have been been partially restored make for fun explorations. Take along a picnic lunch and drinks...More

Thank CraigLO_11
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Reviewed 12 July 2017

These are ruins well worth seeing, along with the complementary castle across the valley (the Claudia), which can be reached via a suspension bridge for 8 euros, or you can climb back down and then back up if you have quads of steel. The vista...More

1  Thank hfulghum
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M_J_Iverson
14 March 2018|
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Response from RML1672 | Reviewed this property |
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
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Jeanne A
24 July 2016|
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Response from Emily R | Reviewed this property |
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
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