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Obersalzberg

Hiking and Tobogganing on the Obersalzberg Mountain
 
The Obersalzbergbahn cable cars will take you 1,020 metres up.
Whether you choose to make the journey on foot or with the cable cars, once you reach the top, you'll be able to enjoy the view of the Berchtesgaden Alps.
Both in summer and in winter, the Obersalzberg entices the young and young at heart with its toboggan runs.

The mountain offers many possibilities for hiking or just for calm strolls. These trails all start at the cable car's mountain terminus.
The valley terminus is only a six-minute walk from the EDELWEISS.

TAKE THE OBERSALZBERGBAHN INTO A REAL HIKER'S PARADISE

The Obersalzbergbahn cable cars will take you 1,020 metres up within about twelve minutes. At the top, a range of different hiking trails awaits you. You just have to choose the one you'd like to attempt! It's not just the amazing views which are an advantage of hiking on the Obersalzberg… hiking at altitudes of above 1,000 metres is really beneficial to your circulation.

TOBOGGANING ON THE OBERSALZBERG MOUNTAIN

If you have a toboggan, the Obersalzberg will have something to offer you no matter what the season. In the cold season, you can slide the four kilometre-long natural toboggan run down to the valley terminus. When it gets warmer, the summer toboggan run ensures great tobogganing experiences and fun.

OBERSALZBERG – A HISTORY

The history of Obersalzberg Mountain is revealed in the Dokumentation Obersalzberg museum. The permanent Munich Institute for Contemporary History exhibition shows the role the mountain played during the Nazi dictatorship and offers insight into different sub-areas of World War II and the Nazi regime. More than 900 pictures, posters, film and sound recordings offer a unique perspective on the place's historical meaning.

EAGLE ENCLOSURE ON THE OBERSALZBERG MOUNTAIN
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_VwUHwLp5-U