Discover THE BAVARIAN FORESTin your own way
One of the greatest delights in Lohberg is the “Kleiner Arbersee” lake with its neighbouring nature reserve. Like all the other mountain lakes in the Bavarian-Bohemian border mountains, this is a remnant from the last ice age.
At the beginning of the ice age, the slight slopes of the Seebach valley head could be found in place of the Großer Arbersee. During the last ice age, frost and glacier movements then created the steep lake wall and the Karsee basin.
The Blaibacher See emerged after the second barrage had been built in the Schwarzen Regen river between Viechtach and Blaibach between 1962 and 1964, and after the balancing power plant had been completed in October 1964.
Rowing along the Höllensteinsee is always a special experience on your own, as a couple, or with friends and family. We also have rowing boats and fishing licences for keen fishermen. Once you’ve finished rowing, you can relax by the side of the lake with refreshments and light snacks.
The shallow banks of the Satzdorfer See make it safe and therefore popular amongst families.
Seepark Arrach and Arracher Moor are leisure facilities with a bathing lake, adventure playground, kiosk, pirate rafts, sports facilities and much more.
www.seepark-arrach.deTel. +49 9943 1035
This state flood reservoir was created in 2009, and its name was inspired by the dragon from Germany’s oldest folk play, the “Drachenstich of Furth”. If you’re looking to relax or explore the local nature, you’ll certainly get your money’s worth around the 175-hectare dam area of the Chamb river in Furth im Wald.