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Relaxation coupled with activity and a load of experiences – and for the whole family: that’s what you get at the resort of Prackenbach in the Bavarian Forest. The extensive walking area with more than 100 kilometres of marked paths offers a wide range of possibilities for experiencing the beauty of nature and enjoying its peacefulness.

A cycle tour on the Regental Radweg or the Danube-Regen- Radweg is a great way of getting to know the area. Both run along the former Miltach-Bogen railway line. Prackenbach is an ideal base for excursions:

  • To the peaks of the Bavarian Forest such as the Arber, Rachel, Osser and Lusen
  • To the unspoilt nature of the Bavarian Forest National Park
  • To the neighbouring Czech Republic, Domazlice, Plzen or Prague.


An Exciting Holiday
In winter or in summer, sunshine or rain – you won’t be bored with the wide range of leisure activities in and around Prackenbach: For winter sports fans there are a floodlit toboggan run, curling on an ice covered pond, cleared winter paths and the nearby Pröller Skidreieck at St. Englmar. Water fans can fish in the Regen, take a boat out on the Höllensteinsee, swim in the open air pool at the Großer Pfahl or stimulate their circulation with Kneipp therapy.

Fun and action for the whole family are provided by football, ice hockey and inline skating in the FUN-ARENA, ball games in the squash or tennis hall, clay pigeon shooting or summer curling. A visit to the wild animal enclosures or a horse and cart ride are gentler activities.

Younger guests will enjoy the nearby summer toboggan run, the leisure park, the mini golf and farms where they can stroke animals.


The Germanic Tribes and Celts
The parish churches at Prackenbach and Moosbach and the Nature Protection Area Moosbacher Pfahl with Kalvarienberg and crucifixion group are particularly worth seeing. Also the natural stone feature the Großer Pfahl, the Höllenstein reservoir and the Celtic Stone, a 2,000 year old ritual site of Germanic tribes and celts.


For more information:
Tourist-Information Prackenbach
Schulweg 10, 94267 Prackenbach
Tel.: +49 9942/94450, Fax: +49 9942/944521