Things to do
in Dietmannsried

X-Country Skiing

Embark on a cross-country skiing adventure in Dietmannsried and Reicholzried!

Cross-country ski trail network Dietmannsried – Reicholzried:

  • Trail 1: Dietmannsried – Reicholzried Moos (length: 8 km, easy, classic and skating)
  • Trail 2: Schorenmoss (length: 6 km, easy, classic, if possible also skating)
  • Trail 3: Reicholzried – Heusteig (length: 4.5 km, medium difficulty, classic, if possible also skating)
  • Trail 4: Wirtshalde (length: 5 km, easy, classic and skating)
  • Trail 5: Osterwald (length: 5 km, easy, classic)

https://www.dietmannsried.de/index.php/loipennetz.html

Climbing Wall

Experience the ultimate climbing adventure at eXXpozed Dietmannsried!

Climbing up 1060m² – Lots of fun, action and challenges await you in our climbing hall, eXXpozed Dietmannsried.

What’s special – an impressive climbing tower with a height of around 18m and up to 7.5m overhang indoors. In the covered outdoor area with 360m² you can relax in the sun and climb our walls in the fresh air when the weather is nice. A total of 116 climbing routes are waiting for you – from the 3rd to the 11th degree, whether lead climbing or on one of the top rope routes. You can even find “real stone routes” on our climbing walls.

If you can’t find a climbing partner at the moment: With our Auto Belay System from Perfect Descent you can climb some of our routes alone on the top rope.

And if you don’t have your own equipment yet or have forgotten some of it at home, we can offer you rental equipment at reasonable prices . Alternatively, you can purchase these directly next door in the store (Mon – Sat 10 a.m. – 8 p.m.).

https://www.exxpozed-climbing.de/klettern/

Hiking near the hotel

With trails ranging from easy strolls to more challenging treks, there's something for every level of hiker to enjoy.

  • Hiking trail 1:

Dietmannsried – Schwarzenbach – Illerdamm – Reicholzried – Reicholzried Moos – Dietmannsried

https://www.dietmannsried.de/files/images/Download/Wanderwege/Wanderweg1.pdf

 

  • Hiking trail 2:

Reicholzried – Kiesels – Haldenmühle – Sachsenried – Sachsenried Weiher – Heusteig – Schorenmoos – Hesselstall – Reicholzried

https://www.dietmannsried.de/files/images/Download/Wanderwege/Wanderweg2.pdf

 

  • Hiking trail 3:

Sachsenrieder Weiher – Sachsenried – Veiten – Maierhof – Bock – Sommersberg – Veiten – Sachsenrieder Weiher

https://www.dietmannsried.de/files/images/Download/Wanderwege/Wanderweg3.pdf

 

  • Hiking trail 4:

Käsers – Schorenmoss – Kraiberg – Schoren – Burgus – Hörensberg – Schoren – Käsers

https://www.dietmannsried.de/files/images/Download/Wanderwege/Wanderweg4.pdf

 

  • Hiking trail 5:

Schrattenbach – Naiers – Pfefferhof – Ittelsburg – Falken – Falkenwald – Hintergsäng – Schilchern – Hinterhalde – Schrattenbach

https://www.dietmannsried.de/files/images/Download/Wanderwege/Wanderweg5.pdf

 

  • Hiking trail 6:

Schrattenbach – Hinterhalde – Ehwiesmühle – Finstersteig – Osterwald – P 851 – Bärenwies – Kapf – Schrattenbach

https://www.dietmannsried.de/files/images/Wanderweg%206%20NEU%20.pdf

 

  • Hiking trail 7:

Probstred – Wirtshalde – Albus – Unterniederwang – Ehmanns – Reutacker – Todtenberg – Gschlavers – Probstried

https://www.dietmannsried.de/files/images/Download/Wanderwege/Wanderweg7.pdf

 

  • Hiking trail 8:

Überbach – Sandbühl – Gemeinderied – Buchen – Probstried – Haslach – Bschlags – Langenzeil – Überbach

https://www.dietmannsried.de/files/images/Download/Wanderwege/Wanderweg8.

Hiking in Allgäu

Experience the allure of the Allgäu Hiking Trilogy, from Halblech to Blaichach, boasting stunning landscapes and rich cultural heritage.

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Halblech, Buching and Trauchgau impress with their unique locations. Spectacular mountain panoramas, numerous lakes, access to a large hiking area and a history shaped by the Wittelsbach family provide numerous attractions. The royal family loved the area of ​​the Ammergau Alps, went on numerous excursions and hikes and maintained the Kenzen area as a hunting ground for centuries. You can still walk in royal footsteps today.  https://www.allgaeu.de/a-wandertrilogie-etappe-28-tegelberghausschwangau-fuessen-wasserlaeufer-himmelsstuermer-rout?referral=wandern

 

Fussen

Füssen plays a leading role in the Allgäu hiking trilogy. As a portal location, the city starts one of nine regional stories. In the land of fairytale King Ludwig II – how could it be otherwise – the adventure area around Füssen is called “Schlosspark”. The castles he built and dreamed of are just one highlight on the new long-distance hiking trail in the Allgäu. Hiking through the Castle Park themed area also means feeling the sound of an aristocratic landscape and following legendary trails. The landmarks of the hiking trilogy can be discovered in and around every portal or stage location along the route. They each tell their own story – but nothing more has been revealed yet! Directly from Füssen you can access both the Wasserläufer Route and the Himmelssümmerr Route.

https://www.allgaeu.de/a-wandertrilogie-etappe-29-fuessen-pfronten-wasserlaeufer-himmelsstuermer-route?referral=wandern

Pfronten 

Pfronten – a place with a wide horizon: Pfronten lies in the middle of an impressive landscape. The sky touches the earth here. The imposing mountain range allows for an infinite horizon. You can let your gaze wander unhindered over the landscape, which resembles an oversized castle park, and enjoy moments of bliss.

Pfronten at the intersection of the water strider and sky stormer route. Here, the numerous lakes in the undulating foothills of the Alps are just as impressive as the rugged peaks of the Allgäu and Tyrolean Alps. The two routes run through the trilogy rooms “Schlosspark” and “Gipfelwelten”. So go to the mountains, follow the call of the mountains and be very close to the border between heaven and earth.

Discover the history of Pfronten up close on the 4.8 kilometer long circular route. Starting at the start and welcome point directly at the guest’s house, the tour leads through the spa park with the old hammer forge to the Hörnle. From the Hörnle hill the view sweeps over the Pfronten valley. Information steles provide an insight into the history of the place and the Mächler. A few meters below is the parish church of St. Nicholas – Pfronten’s landmark. The path leads back to the starting point through the Berger Moos and over part of the Pfrontener Moorpfad. You can find the route in our interactive tour portal and under walking trails & adventure trails

https://www.allgaeu.de/a-wandertrilogie-etappe-30-pfronten-nesselwang-wasserlaeufer-himmelsstuermer-route?referral=wandern

 

Nesselwang market

Nesselwang forms a unique interface between the Alps and the foothills of the Alps. Mountains, rolling hills and the proximity to the many lakes always enable unique landscape experiences. With themed trails, such as the GE(h)ZEITEN, the market town encourages you to pause, find yourself and gain strength in the peace and quiet.

https://www.allgaeu.de/a-wandertrilogie-etappe-30-pfronten-nesselwang-wasserlaeufer-himmelsstuermer-route?referral=wandern

https://www.allgaeu.de/a-wandertrilogie-etappe-31-nesselwang-oy-mittelberg-wasserlaeufer-himmelsstuermer-route?referral=wandern

Oy-Mittelberg

Oy-Mittelberg is the center of scent experience in the Allgäu. PRIMAVERA is a leading manufacturer of natural cosmetics and aromatherapy. The Bühler coffee roastery offers exquisite compositions. This is accompanied by the smells of fresh hay and wood processing. Depending on the season and wind direction, different scents alternate. Oy-Mittelberg becomes a real challenge for the sense of smell.

https://www.allgaeu.de/a-wandertrilogie-etappe-31-nesselwang-oy-mittelberg-wasserlaeufer-himmelsstuermer-route?referral=wandern

https://www.allgaeu.de/a-wandertrilogie-etappe-32-oy-mittelberg-rettenberg-wasserlaeufer-himmelsstuermer-route?referral=wandern

Rettenberg

The area around Rettenberg not only offers numerous legends and stories, but also many refreshment huts and viewing areas that bring the term “window into the Allgäu” and the panorama boxes to life.

https://www.allgaeu.de/a-wandertrilogie-etappe-33-rettenberg-burgberg-wasserlaeufer-himmelsstuermer-route?referral=wandern

 

Burgberg

The small region of Burgberg looks back on a great mining history. Ore mining at nearby Grünten supplied the region’s forges and foundries. The ore mines were first documented in 1471 and mining stopped in 1859. It was only the Erzgruben Erlebniswelt am Grünten, which opened in 2006, that once again traced the trail of this once important and until then almost forgotten economic factor.

https://www.allgaeu.de/a-wandertrilogie-etappe-33-rettenberg-burgberg-wasserlaeufer-himmelsstuermer-route?referral=wandern

https://www.allgaeu.de/a-wandertrilogie-etappe-33-burgberg-blaichach-gunzesried-wasserlaeufer-himmelsstuermer-route?referral=wandern

https://www.allgaeu.de/a-wandertrilogie-etappe-35-alpe-gundimmenstadt-missen-wilhams-wasserlaeufer-himmelsstuermer?referral=wandern

Sonthofen

In 2005, Sonthofen received the title “Alpine City of the Year”, an award for cities that implement the goals of the Alpine Convention in an exemplary manner. This was the cornerstone for the further development of the city in the spirit of sustainable business. Sonthofen is now Germany’s southernmost “Fair Trade City” and is thus setting milestones in the Allgäu region in terms of sustainable development and fair trade.

https://www.allgaeu.de/a-wandertrilogie-etappe-33-burgberg-blaichach-gunzesried-wasserlaeufer-himmelsstuermer-route?referral=wandern

https://www.allgaeu.de/a-wandertrilogie-connection-burgberg-sonthofen-wasserlaeufer-himmelsstuermer-route

https://www.allgaeu.de/a-wandertrilogie-connection-sonthofen-gunzesriedblaichach-wasserlaeufer-himmelsstuermer-rout

Blaichach

Blaichach and the Gunzesrieder Valley are known for a high diversity of herbs as well as the care and passing on of knowledge about the use of herbs. Whether in the high alpine meadows, the litter meadows or in the herb garden – the valuable plants can be found everywhere. The rule of thumb applies: the higher you go, the more diverse the species are. Not all of them can be picked, like wild oregano or yarrow. Many species in the Gunzesrieder Valley are very rare, such as the arnica and the cat’s paw, and are under strict nature conservation.

https://www.allgaeu.de/a-wandertrilogie-etappe-33-burgberg-blaichach-gunzesried-wasserlaeufer-himmelsstuermer-route?referral=wandern

https://www.allgaeu.de/a-wandertrilogie-etappe-35-alpe-gundimmenstadt-missen-wilhams-wasserlaeufer-himmelsstuermer?referral=wandern

Weekly Market

With 11 dedicated market vendors, you'll find an array of fresh goods waiting to delight your senses.

Every Wednesday from 8:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on the church square. The 11 market vendors faithfully come week after week to sell their fresh goods. A diverse range of fruit and vegetables, meat and sausage products, cheese and dairy products, baked goods, eggs and honey are offered. For the necessary refreshment, you can choose from the offerings at the Berger snack stand.

Shopping

Experience Kempten's top shopping destination, Forum Allgäu, offering 90 shops and a vibrant atmosphere for all.

 The Forum Allgäu Kempten is the largest shopping center in the Allgäu with 90 specialist shops and around 23,000 square meters of sales space. As a family center, shopping and adventure meeting point, the Forum Allgäu in the heart of the city of Kempten has established itself as a popular meeting place for everyone in the region. With its unique variety of product ranges and a mix of industries tailored to all needs, the Forum Allgäu Kempten offers all visitors a truly attractive offering under one roof. 

Forum Allgäu Kempten
August-Fischer-Platz 1
87435 Kempten

Source:  https://www.forum-allgaeu.de/center/ueber-uns/

Activities

Explore Allgäu's highlights: Neuschwanstein Castle in Füssen, Altusried's open-air stage, and natural wonders like Breitachklamm and Eistobel.

Neuschwanstein Castle – Füssen

https://www.neuschwanstein.de/deutsch/schloss/index.htm

Open-air stage – Altusried

At first glance it appears to be a region like those found everywhere in southwest Germany.

But if you follow the Riedbach towards the south, things change suddenly. Because then you can see it from afar: the famous open-air stage. Like a huge bat wing, its cantilevered wooden roof spans a grandstand that can accommodate no fewer than 2,500 spectators.

The famous heroic epics are performed here every three years. Here, among others, Andreas Hofer defies Napoleon, Robin Hood roams through the Sherwood Forest, Wilhelm Tell ambushes Governor Gessler, and the Maid of Orleans leads the French to victory against the English army. The people of Altusried fight for freedom with body and soul. Up to 600 of them work on a voluntary basis in front of and behind the scenes – and have been doing so since 1879.

Since then, a lot has changed in Altusried. But there is still only one real protagonist: the population itself. A tight-knit group and exclusive theater region. Your mission: to entertain people with passion and high standards. To ensure great moments and unforgettable experiences. To combine tradition with modernity in order to constantly create something new.

Open-air plays, musicals and fairy tales are brought to the stage every three years. In between there are also operas, operettas and concerts. The reward for the work: the enthusiasm of the spectators who travel from all parts of Europe to this special cultural highlight.

Breitachklamm

The Breitachklamm is a gorge in the Allgäu created by the Breitach. It is located at the exit of the Kleinwalsertal near Tiefenbach, a district of the municipality of Oberstdorf. Along with the Höllentalklamm, it is the deepest gorge in the Bavarian Alps and the deepest rocky gorge in Central Europe.

https://www.breitachklamm.com/

Eistobel

The Eistobel is a gorge of the Obere Argen river in the West Allgäu between the town of Schüttentobel and the Argentobel Bridge, which connects the towns of Maierhöfen and Grünenbach.

https://www.eistobel.de/

Lakes

Discover Bavaria's scenic beauty and diverse activities in Kempten, Füssen, Lindau, and Hopferau.

Rottach reservoir (Kempten)

The Rottach dam, also called Rottach dam, Rottach reservoir or Rottachsee, is a 4.8 kilometer long reservoir on the Rottach with a circumference of 12.8 km and an area of ​​296 hectares in the Oberallgäu district, Swabia, Bavaria, approx. 15 Kilometers south of Kempten, in the municipality of Sulzberg.

  • Bathe
  • fishing
  • surfing
  • ride a bike

Forggensee (Füssen)

The Forggensee, also known as the Roßhaupten reservoir, is a reservoir near Füssen in Königswinkel in the Bavarian Allgäu, through which the Lech flows. With an area of ​​15.2 km², the lake is the fifth largest lake in Bavaria and the largest reservoir in Germany in terms of area

  • Summer toboggan run
  • Gliding paragliding
  • Forest adventure station
  • surfing
  • Sailing
  • Kiting
  • rowing
  • Wakeboarding

Lake Constance (Lindau)

Lake Constance is a 63 km long lake in the foothills of the Alps between Germany, Austria and Switzerland. The lake, fed by the Rhine, consists of two interconnected parts, the Untersee and the larger Obersee. There are numerous holiday resorts around the lake. In summer there are good conditions for sailing, windsurfing and swimming. The Lake Constance cycle path runs around the lake for around 260 km. https://www.bodensee.eu/de

Hopfensee

The Hopfensee is a maximum 2.1 kilometer long lake with a circumference of 6.8 kilometers north of Füssen in the Ostallgäu district, Bavarian Swabia, Bavaria. With its entire area of ​​1.84 square kilometers, it belongs to the urban area of ​​Füssen, but its western bank borders the municipality of Hopferau.