Tegelberg mountain has breathtaking views, a route suitable for walking with a baby carrier on your back, and enough action for older children. First, ride to the top of the mountain with the Tegelbergbahn cable car, which offers different family tickets, depending on how many adults and children are travelling. Then set off along the panoramic round-walk, the "Königsrunde", which takes about an hour. While the little ones sit in their baby carriers and enjoy the scenery, parents can create memories with photos of Neuschwanstein Castle in the background. The whole family is bound to enjoy a break in cabin Tegelberghaus, which was built in 1835 by Maximilian II (father of Ludwig II) and used as a royal hunting lodge. They serve hearty snacks, such as "Reiberdatschi" (potato pancakes) with apple sauce, and traditional Allgäu "Kässpatzn" (soft egg noodles baked with layers of cheese). At the end of the day, ride the Tegelbergbahn back down to the valley. And for anyone that still has enough energy: The valley station has an adventure playground and a summer toboggan run for children over the age of eight.
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Directions: Catch bus 78, which goes from Füssen station to the Tegelbergbahn valley station (takes approx. 15 minutes).
Our tip: Please make sure to check your train connection and the expected capacity before you start your journey.