Energy sites

Slow down and unwind at these energy enfusing sites.

Mellow out in nature's lap and summon new strength from the scenery. The energy sites in the Ammergau Alps are predestined for this purpose.

Ammer Springs

freely accessible / always open

Springs always have a positive effect on their surroundings; they add magic to the place where they rise. The bubbling life force of the water has a stimulating, inspiring and harmonising effect.

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Döttenbichl

freely accessible / always open

Various weapons found at Döttenbichl are dated to the time of the Celts and Romans. At these times, people had already been living in the Alpine region for around 10,000 years.

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Chapel of Gertrude

This small chapel was built in 1694 by the Abbey of Ettal as a small outpost opposite of the forester's house Dickelschwaig.

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Hubertuskapelle

freely accessible / always open

Am wilden Jäger errichtete kleine Gedenkkapelle, die aus Dankbarkeit für Unversehrtheit bei Holzarbeiten vom einem Privatmann gestiftet wurde.

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Church Kappel

freely accessible / always open

The newly restored church Kappel is among the oldest churches in the Bavarian uplands.

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Rochusfeld

The Rochusfeld Bad Kohlgrub is a typical high moor landscape in the foothills.

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Scheibum

freely accessible / always open

Rock breakthrough of the river Ammer at Saulgrub

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Lake Soier

freely accessible / always open

The little moor lake ideal for those who prefer natural swimming

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Zeitberg

The previously unnamed hill up to Bad Kohlgrub's local mountain, the Hörnle, has been known since 2013 as "Zeitberg", and with six newly-designed islands of tranquillity it now provides special opportunities to relax while enjoying the unique view of the Ammergau Alpine region spread out below.

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Fatima Chapel

The Fatima chapel is a small votive chapel on a ridge in Saulgrub. It was built due to a pledge from a private citizen.

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