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Camping in the idyllic Altmühltal

The Bucher Berg youth camp-site is on a hill on the edge of the Altmühltal. A large number of hiking and cycling routes, climbing rocks, historic sites and canoeing routes invite you to explore nature and to spend days filled with activity in these breath-taking surroundings. Day trips and short trips to many Bavarian cities as well as sights and leisure facilities ensure extra variety. 

  • Nürnberg (ca. 80 km)
  • Regensburg (ca. 50 km)
  • Ingolstadt (ca. 50 km)
  • München (ca. 130 km)

  • Search for and discover fossils
    Quarries and museums in the Altmühltal Nature Park invite you to discover the fascinating world of dinosaurs - and to visit the prehistoric bird Archaeopteryx!!
  • Dinosaur open-air museum
    Here, in the middle of the forest, you come across dinosaurs big and small, exciting hunting scenes and touching clutches of eggs: 230 million years of the earth's history at your fingertips
  • In the footsteps of the Romans 
    The Raetian Limes UNESCO World Heritage Site, impressive forts, uncovered thermal baths, reconstructed watchtowers, precious treasures, informative museums and historical festivals: in the Altmühltal Nature Park, you can walk in the footsteps of the Romans.
  • Danube gorge near Weltenburg
    The Danube gorge "Weltenburger Enge" is a unique natural spectacle.
  • Schulerloch stalactite cave
    This cave was once home to Neanderthals and Ice Age animals.
  • King Otto dripstone cave
    This cave offers visitors a wealth of stony beauties over a length of almost 300 metres. This cave is also the only show cave in the Franconian Jura that can also be experienced by disabled people in wheelchairs - by prior arrangement.
  • Velburg forest adventure park with climbing forest and forest adventure trail
    The forest adventure trail sends hikers along 20 different stations that deal with the themes of the forest and time.
    In the climbing forest, 8 different courses, most of which are also suitable for small children, open up completely new perspectives on the forest.
  • Hiking routes
    The Altmühltal Panorama Trail and other marvellous routes lead to the culture and nature of the region.