Crystal-clear mountain lakes at the foot of vast mountains, the last wild river in the Northern Limestone Alps and over 900 years of living history characterise the Reutte Nature Park Region.
Nestled on the Bavarian-Tirolese border, where the Lechtal, Ammergau and Allgäu Alps merge, lies the Reutte Nature Park region with its eleven chocolate box villages.
The region is characterised by the River Lech, the last untamed river of the Northern Limestone Alps, together with numerous bathing lakes of drink water quality and over 900 years of tangible history.
Stately town houses with stunning facade murals, historic buildings, Ehrenberg Castle World, the spectacular 406-metre-long highline179 pedestrian suspension bridge, Ehrenberg Alpine Thermal Spa and the Hahnenkamm Mountain create a charming mix of eventful history, lively present and unadulterated nature.
Numerous excursion destinations, such as the fairy-tale castle of Neuschwanstein, Ettal Monastery or Linderhof Castle, are also in the immediate vicinity.