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We have just come back from a lovely trip up to Lake Konigssee, and a boat trip down the lake to St Bartholoma. The lake is nestled between the mountains, and is 602m above sea level with an average depth of 150m. It is the cleanest lake in Germany, with the water being pure enough to be classified ...
... of Salzburg . Truth be told it's a great idea if someone checks the opening times of such places. We got off the bus at the wrong stop, walked the 1km up the Alps to the gorge to discover it was in fact closed. To make the most out of our journey we then proceeded to climb down to the gorge off the side of ...
... event of the above ground buildings being destroyed or temporarily falling into enemy hands. The whole museum was really interesting. We had a picnic on the hill above the museum, and then headed to the Berchtesgaden alpine museum in the town. It had an exhibition about the national park, how it was formed, and the flora and fauna that live there - really well done. All in all a really fun and educational day ...
The weather was mixed today so we decided to go to the town of Berchtesgaden and take a drive up the Rossfeldstrasse, the highest panoramic drive in Germany. It was then time for coffee and a cake in the town before having a quick stomp about. We needed to be back in reasonable time, as we were heading to Salzburg, to the cinema, having found a Cineplex that was showing Spectre in English !! Yeah ...
... kicking Blake's butt in bowling every night, much to his demise. Obertraun also offers quick access to the area's biggest selling point: the Dachstein cable car. This very progressive, modern, and expensive cable car takes you thousands of feet high to the top of the alps. There is a resort up there, multiple lodges, skiing and hiking areas, the famous "Five Fingers" lookout, two big caves, panoramic glacial views, peaks everywhere, and if you're lucky (which we were!) ...