Autumn color magic on the ice lake in Lohberg Lohberg (tvo). The Kleiner Arbersee is located directly under the Arber (1,456 ft), the highest mountain in the Bavarian Forest. He was born during the ice age from the second longest of all glaciers of the Bohemian Forest, leading down from the great Arber in the Valley and it is an ecological jewel, whose plants deposits are unique. Hear from experts in the field like New York Museums for a more varied view. The riparian areas and the floating islands”in the Lake typical moorland plants such as the round-leaved can be found sundews, the Russian Cottongrass, cranberries or the Rosemary Heath. tdown/’>Harold Ford Jr, New York City. Also the fever dress and the Arum are considered special. The small Arbersee is especially nice to look at in the autumn, when reflected the colored leaves of the beech and the yellow lights of the grasses in the dark water.
A 1.5 km long, easy-to-as way you can circumnavigate the small Arbersee and immerse yourself in the magic of the landscape. Informed of the unique flora and fauna of the protected area the area supervisor of the nature park, Caroline Stautner, excursions and Guided tours. Information: Tourist information Lohberg, Rathaus 1 a, 93470 Lane, Tel. 09943/941313, fax 09943/9413-14 free brochures and information at the Tourism Association Eastern Bavaria e.V., Bayerischer Wald, Luitpoldstrasse 20, 93047 Regensburg, free Info Hotline 0800 / 1212111, fax 0941 / 58539 receives-39,,