Bavarian Forest National Park 

The Bavarian Forest National Park was Germany’s first national park, and opened its gates to visitors on October 7, 1970. 

Our philosophy is "Let nature be nature", and there’s nowhere else between the Atlantic and the Urals where the forests, marshes, mountain streams and lakes have been allowed to spread over such a large area according to their own laws in this unique, wild forest landscape*.

Additional information about the National Park:

Bavarian Forest National Park

*© Bavarian Forest National Park Administration 2014

Bavarian Forest National Park
Bavarian Forest National Park
Overview Bavarian Forest National Park

Along the Treetop Walk

Find out more about Nationalparkzentrum Lusen 
and its recreational opportunities along the walkway.

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