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This is a fun trail that climb up (or goes down, depending on the direction) to/from bastei. We did the Schwedenlocher after Bastei, going down, and it was pleasant and intresting. I would recomand doing them as part of your Bastei hike, to make it...More
Highly recommend that international travellers find the time it takes to drive here and spend a day or two just relaxing. It was three to four hours drive from Berlin, much closer to Dresden. The walks in the National Park are clearly marked and the...More
We combined this with a hike from the Bastei, via Rathen, Amselgrund, Amsel waterfall and back to the car via the Schwedenlöcher. All in all, not a long walk(10km) but tough in terms of the ups and downs. I would recommend that the unfit try...More
I could see unique rock mountain in Bastei It's stunning view after Nice hiking course under the shiny sunshine. We can choose 2 different hiking courses, one takes around 40 mins and hikes up a steep hill, and another one is gentle slope takes 1...More
Sooner or later you will be swearing, since the climb up to the bastei is... steep. Up or down, its a narrow stone labyrinth with tight corners, steel ladders and surreal stone formations. Its worth it.
I totally enjoyed this hike up the mountains. It is steep but can be done by most. My nearly 80 year old parents hiked up with us so we took our time. We also passed families with young children. The weather was perfect at 15C...More
This was a fantastic sight to see and explore after walking along the more famous Bastei Bridge, also on the Malerweg trail. If you are using the town of Rathen as a base to explore the trail, I recommend going through the Bastei Bridge and...More
This walk up the hill (a steep one) is very impressive. The combination of colors and well shaped rocks makes it a very nice-to-walk-through scenery.
One of the tips I can give is to walk from the other side of the hill up towards the...More