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Ski holidays Hauzenberg - relaxation and purely fresh air!

Bavarian Forest

The Bavarian Forest is central Europe's largest forest with 6,000 km² of wooded area. In 1970 the national park Bavarian Forest was created which, together with the Bohemian Forest, forms the largest coherent forestal nature reserve in central Europe with a total span of 900 km². Besides of the Alpine region, this region is also known for its affinity to winter sports. Families in particular will find exactly what they are looking for here. Those who prefer not to explore the Bavarian Forest on skis can also go on a romantic horse-drawn sleigh ride. The lovely castles and monasteries of the Bavarian Forest are definitively worth while a visit. Numerous restaurant and quaint huts, which offer both regional and international culinary highlights, should also be high on your list of to-do's. Bischofsmais – skiing fun and relaxation against a marvelous winter backdrop!

Hauzenberg - relaxation and purely fresh air!

Hauzenberg has been state-recognised air health resort since 2002 and is located at an altitude of 546 m in the Danube forest region in the Southern Bavarian forest. The city Passau, which is definitely worth a visit, lies approx. 25 km away and the three country triangle Germany, Austria and Czech are more or less located around the corner. From the peak of the county Passau, the high Oberfrauenwald (950 m), you can enjoy a view all the way to Austria, thanks to an observation tower!

This region is the only one to find Germany's graphite, through which Hauzenberg became famous for being Germany's capital city for graphite industries. The first mines started to develop over a century ago, some are still in operation and its rocks can be found in historic buildings.

The north facing slope of the Oberfrauenwald is perfectly suitable for winter sports athletes, as differences in altitude are part of the geographic features. Within the city area there are unsteady climatic differences: When spring starts in the lower part of the area, it is still freezing in the higher parts.

Customer review

Hauzenberg

95 Number of reviews:
86% Recommendation rate:
Resort 7.9
Ski area 7.4

Information about the ski area

Hochficht

Highest point: 1,337 m
Lowest point: 933 m
Altitude ski resort: 546 m
Lifts in total: 8
Tow lifts: 5
Chair lifts: 3
Gondola lift: 0
Pistes in total: 20 km
Pistes:
9 km
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10 km
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